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#406 RE: nvraid issues Event: 11 by Fernando 05.04.2016 23:11

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Zitat von Sangramore im Beitrag #5
I haven't created anything manually.
Please do a look into the current BIOS settings of your computer (enter the BIOS > "Advanced Settings" > "SATA Controller Settings")

#407 RE: nvraid issues Event: 11 by Sangramore 05.04.2016 23:33

My tab reads "IDE/SATA Configuration".

There I can enable/disable SMART

Go into RAID config

Or see wich drive is on wich SATA (0 and 1 is used by the HDD, 2 is the optical drive).

In RAID config I can enable and disable the SATAs (0 and 1 is enabled).

Don't know where else to look. I'm on my tablet now and still in BIOS if you need me to check something else.

//Sangramore

#408 RE: nvraid issues Event: 11 by Fernando 05.04.2016 23:42

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Zitat von Sangramore im Beitrag #7
Or see wich drive is on wich SATA (0 and 1 is used by the HDD, 2 is the optical drive).
One HDD cannot be connected with 2 different SATA ports at the same time.
I suspect, that your Dell computer contains 2 HDDs combined as NVIDIA nForce RAID0 array.

#409 RE: nvraid issues Event: 11 by Sangramore 05.04.2016 23:43

That would be true.

//S

#410 RE: nvraid issues Event: 11 by Fernando 05.04.2016 23:47

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@Sangramore:
Please run the Device Manager and check, which NVIDIA nForce RAID driver is in use (expand the "Storage Controllers" section, right click onto the listed "NVIDIA nForce SATA RAID Controller" and choose the options "Properties" > "Driver").

#411 RE: nvraid issues Event: 11 by Sangramore 05.04.2016 23:55

10.6.0.23

//S

#412 RE: nvraid issues Event: 11 by Fernando 06.04.2016 00:31

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Zitat von Sangramore im Beitrag #11
10.6.0.23
Ok, this is what I expected. It is the Win10 in-box nForce RAID driver.
It will not be easy to avoid your problems, because Win10 has never been designed for nForce chipsets and NVIDIA has stopped the nForce chipset support already in 2009.
What you can try to do is the installation of my "Latest nForce Driverpack for Win7-10", which you can download from >here<. This way you will get the NVIDIA nForce RAID driver v11.1.0.43 installed, but I am unsure, whether this driver will run absolutely stable with your system. I recommend to install just the nForce RAID driver and the related RAIDTOOL application by running the installer of the package.

#413 RE: NVIDIA: Optimized nForce Driverpacks for Vista/Win7 by myotovski 06.04.2016 01:02

I finally install it , it was all about booting from usb 2.0 .
I was trying and trying with my usb 3.0 ,i cant belive that this was the problem becouse i didnt think about the version of the usb hahha .Thank you so much for your help !!

#414 RE: NVIDIA: Optimized nForce Driverpacks for Vista/Win7 by Fernando 06.04.2016 09:05

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@myotovski:

Thanks for your feedback. I am glad, that you succeeded at the end and that I could help.

#415 RE: nvraid issues Event: 11 by Sangramore 06.04.2016 21:11

I can't install the driver. I get no option from the installer and when I try to direct windows to the folder directly (the C:\Users\Sangramore\Desktop\Fernandos Latest 64bit nForce Driverpack for Win7-10 x64 v10.4\IDE\Win764\sataraid one I'm guessing) it just concludes the latest version is already installed.

Is there something I'm not getting here?

//Sangramore

#416 RE: nvraid issues Event: 11 by Fernando 06.04.2016 22:06

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Zitat von Sangramore im Beitrag #415
I can't install the driver. I get no option from the installer and when I try to direct windows to the folder directly (the C:\Users\Sangramore\Desktop\Fernandos Latest 64bit nForce Driverpack for Win7-10 x64 v10.4\IDE\Win764\sataraid one I'm guessing) it just concludes the latest version is already installed.
It is not easy to get any NVIDIA nForce SATARAID driver manually installed, because you have to update the driver of several devices, before you are doing the reboot (you will be prompted to restart your computer after the driver update of each device, but don't do it, otherwise you will get a BSOD while rebooting!).
Before you start the manual driver update from within the Device Manager, you have to hit the "View" tab and enable the option "show hidden devices". Furthermore you have to force the driver update by doing a right click onto the related device and choosing the options "Update Driver Software" > "Browse my Computer..." > "Let me pick..." > then hit the "Have Disk" button and navigate to the INF file of the SATARAID subfolder of the driver you want to get installed.
These are the devices, whose driver software have to be updated:
1. NVIDIA nForce Serial ATA Controller (may be listed within the "IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers" or "Storage Controllers" section of the Device Manager),
2. NVIDIA nForce RAID Controller (is within the "Storage Controllers" section) and
3. all NVIDIA nForce RAID Devices, which are listed within the "Storage Controllers" section (that are the HDDs, which are members of the RAID array and may be listed with a slightly different name).

#417 RE: nvraid issues Event: 11 by Sangramore 06.04.2016 23:27

The NVIDIA nForce Serial ATA Controller was in the storage section but all drivers installed and no yellow exclamation points. Everything seems stable. Is there anything I can do to verify things? I mean, I didn't really know what caused the BSOD to start with.

In any case... I very much appreciate your help.

Thank you.

//Sangramore

#418 RE: NVIDIA: Optimized nForce Driverpacks for Vista/Win7 by Avatar-Lion 08.04.2016 11:13

M/B: https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/M2NE/specifications/
HDD: 2 x WD3200AAJS 320Gb (RAID0)

Hello everybody. I installed Windows 7 "Ultimate" (64-bit) with standard driver that was in the distribution system. After logging in, I've been through the Device Manager and install Fernandos Special 64bit nForce RAID Driverpack (manually: IDE\sataraid\nvrd64.inf). After the reboot, the new hardware has been found and the system offered me second reboot. And then I saw BSOD: 0x0000007B. What did I wrong? This driver not exactly supports this chipset?

P.S. I apologize for any errors. I'm from Russia, so we had to use Google Translate.

#419 RE: NVIDIA: Optimized nForce Driverpacks for Vista/Win7 by Fernando 08.04.2016 11:56

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@Avatar-Lion:
Welcome at Win-RAID Forum!

Zitat von Avatar-Lion im Beitrag #418
After logging in, I've been through the Device Manager and install Fernandos Special 64bit nForce RAID Driverpack (manually: IDE\sataraid\nvrd64.inf). After the reboot, the new hardware has been found and the system offered me second reboot. And then I saw BSOD: 0x0000007B. What did I wrong?
The manual update of the NVIDIA nForce SATARAID drivers from within the Device Manager is not easy, because you have to update the driver software for all related NVIDIA nForce SATARAID devices (Serial ATA Controller, RAID Controller and RAID Devices), before you should reboot.
You can find >here< a detailed guide about how to do it.

Good luck!
Dieter (alias Fernando)

#420 RE: NVIDIA: Optimized nForce Driverpacks for Vista/Win7 by Avatar-Lion 08.04.2016 13:36

Thanks, all worked well! I do not think about the hidden devices...

And one more thing: before the second restart (but after the "new device found") i also had to manually update the driver on hidden "nForce RAID Device" (default operating system is installed on it a standard driver, but I replaced it with nvrd64.inf).

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