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The processor will just end up doing nothing most of the time waiting for the disk. What RAID setup? In this case, most people seem to be forgetting that, just like every other Windows installation procedure, you must have the disk in the drive prior to installing. On my board I have to push "ctrl+I" Or delete both partitions and the just click install! http://controlpanelsource.com/vista-64/vista-64-bit-and-4g-of-ram.html

Thanks! Guys, don't feel stupid. Saturday, May 14, 2011 6:24 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote This is actually something that could have been fixed in the setup routine. Are the drives definitely in the first SATA ports on your board? I Like Smileys :) (16 items) Sony Vaio 1512 (9 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMIntel Core i7-2600K

I swapped the sata cable with the other drive. I assume it will work just as well if you disconnect all other drives. He has successfully accomplished what few ever will. so i really dont think its a bad drive issue.

on a Windows 7 64bit, raid 5 on four 750GB Seagate 7200.11. This is a good idea regardless of wether 32 or 64 version, unless of course you're doing a multi-boot environment.Hope this helpshooutoo Proposed as answer by Hagman22 Tuesday, March 01, 2011 Friday, December 25, 2009 6:16 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I agree with others. Once you are prompted "Press any key to boot from the CD/DVD", press a key on the keyboard.

Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded. Overclock.net is powered by Fandom Games |FAQ|Support|Privacy|ToS|DMCA|Site Map Log in or Sign up TechPowerUp Forums www.techpowerup.com Forums > Software > General Software > Welcome to TechPowerUp Forums, Guest! To install Windows, restart the installation".After reading several forums I tried formatting the array using a DOS prompt but after 3 hours (when the format got to 100%) I received the I followed these instructions from k4nth 1.

Once you load the drivers there is no need to have the driver CD in there and windows 7 needs the cd to continue the installation and since it cannot find As my very non-technical grandpa would say "Too soon old. Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get IT Center Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Tom's That's why I need to use the "sataraid" drivers, however I don't think it's a driver issue.


And speaking of fixing things, the whole reason I encountered THIS error is because of another failure in the install program: setting my machine to UEFI with a SATA optical drive If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). Ok, if you're used to using any Microsoft product, you should already know a couple of things: You're always going to get a cryptic error message.

This progressed fine up until the Disk Paritioner, which shows my two 200GB HDD's. http://controlpanelsource.com/vista-64/vista-64-ram-not-showing.html Install the driver and create partitions. 3. In order to have a RAID-0 array it is recommended that you use two drives of the exact size, brand, and model number as depicted in the pic. Having said all that...

Loading... I was about to go crazy, scanned through the replies, yours looked the fastest and easiest, and voila! I never thought to simply put the Windows 7 DVD back in the stinking drive. have a peek here This tutorial is part 5 of 5 on how to build a computer.

Saturday, September 29, 2012 5:42 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I had the same issue and this is how I solved it. 1. If you plan on moving files that are large in size from your C: drive to another hard drive in your computer. it is a Dell XPS M1730 with Core2Extreme CPU and 4GB RAM.

I am now unable to install any OS on the raid array.

The following screen you will need to click on "Custom (advanced)". No, create an account now. I've got two identical 7200rpm 500GB SEAGATE drives in my PC setup in a RAID 0 configuration (Striped). Is it on the main Ubuntu website or would it be from an enthusiast website or torrent?

siegried143 312,688 views 5:21 HOW RAID WORKS - Choosing between RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 6 OR RAID 10 - Duration: 7:42. Here are the steps: 1. thx thomas Friday, August 28, 2009 7:40 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I can confirm k4nth's solution works. Check This Out Store your data (w/backups of course) on 5400rpm large cap disks.

The performance on a memory stick (mine is 32 Gb but 4 Gb is adequate) is slower than a hard drive but adequate. This is a good idea regardless of wether 32 or 64 version, unless of course you're doing a multi-boot environment. Monday, September 24, 2012 1:16 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote This is the same thing I did and it got solved!