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Unfortunatly some of the drivers have been lost such as the ethernet controller, RAID controller, etc. entered the BIOS SETUP, disabled all the boot first/second/third options, then opened Hard disk boot priority, then set the NVstripe "vertex array" as the hard disk boot priority 1.. This is a little progress, seeing that I can actually boot from the SSD array after cloning is good news but still not what I want to happen.. Almost exactly the same, except instead of an "NF4" lable it says "SLI MULTI GPU", and the red green and blue sockets at the top right arent there. Check This Out

So now things are going very smooth, except for some wierd graphics drivers that cause the screen to blank a couple times before the desktop loads.... The marvell nic picked up but I had to go to realteks website and find 64 bit sound driver. I'm not too sure about this. Memory: OCZ Platinum XTC DDR PC3200 4GB(4x1024) @254mhz 3-3-3-8 2T Video Card(s): sapphire HD3870 512mb GDDR4 vf900cu, several ramsinks on components / nvidia 7300gt 256mb secondary Hard Disk(s): hitachi 160gb (slightly

Dfi Lanparty Nf4 Drivers

Go to their site and download the proper one for your OS. Yeah "The board works fine if you just install XP onto a single SATA drive in non-raid config." I did... Look into the "Storage Controllers" section for the device named "NVIDIA nForce RAID Controller" and NVIDIA nForce RAID devices (that are your RAIDed hdd's). Here's the kicker...

Some of the effected motherboards are the ASUS A8N series, the DFI LAN Party NF4, and some MSI nForce4 based boards. Do a right click onto the said Controller > "Update Driver Sofware" > "Browse my computer.." > point o the content of the previously prepared SATA_IDE driver folder > choose to I'm thinking that there will still be a no boot condition on the SATA SSD array, due to the NF4 bios wierdness by having the IDE disks installed.. How do i find out which board i've got?

Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… 12-12-2006,03:16 PM #1 dangel Loves Wifey Join Date Aug 2005 Location Cambridge, UK Posts 8,357 Thanks 404 Thanked448 times in 330 posts Dfi Lanparty Drivers I went into the bios, enable RAID, opened up the f10 console, setup the stripe for the SSD's, booted windows off the fast-track Array, aligned and partitioned the SSD array and Jul 25, 2009 at 10:27 AM #1 coodiggy Joined: Sep 20, 2006 Messages: 460 (0.12/day) Thanks Received: 22 I need help with my DFI lanpartu Ultra D nf4 chipset.. It does not know sympathy." | "If you don't gaffer it, it will gaffer you" | "Belt and braces" Reply With Quote 12-12-2006,03:57 PM #6 dangel Loves Wifey Join Date Aug

i love these probably i'll wrote another post on vhds another times 🙂   Go seven!!!!!   Advertisements Like this:Like Loading... However.. Monitor(s) Displays LG L246WP - LCD display - TFT - 24" Screen Resolution 1920 x 1200 Keyboard Logitech Standard Mouse Logitech Mx518 PSU 600W Hard Drives 1x 200GB Maxtor IDE 2x Its a good sign that its seeing the raid as a drive instead of seperate volumes.

Dfi Lanparty Drivers

I'm told its a 979. After ages of playing around I realised that the incorrect drivers where installed, even tho everything looked to be working perfectly in device manager and I had tried several other drivers. Dfi Lanparty Nf4 Drivers I found a driver pack for the NF4 Raid controllers done by a guy called Fernandos. Dfi Lanparty Motherboard I found the forums over at nforcershq much more useful than fwiw for general troubleshooting but there are some good updated bios's at

To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. his comment is here Alot of work to simply test out SSD's on this OLD computer board, to see if there's any more elbow room for a few more 3D \ photo-pp and game benchmark I then reflashed the bios - which although it said it was the same version it was an 'A' revision (I love it when companies don't bother with versioning correctly) which Just another weblog Duke development blog HomeAbout « The type initializer for ‘your ViewModel type here' threw anexception Verifica statica degli avvenimenti della politicaitaliana » Install windows 7 (64) on

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  2. I only have a single opticle IDE disk connected to the DFI onboard IDE controller..
  3. nice!
  4. Has anyone found a fix for this.
  5. by using CBROM 1.82 i've extracted the bios module related to the nForce 4 raid controller from the gigabyte board and i've replaced it in the last bios provided by DFI for
  6. I have an HP Pavillion Elite HPE with an AMD Phenom(tm) II X6 1065T Processor, FOXCONN 2A92 motherboard, with 2 internal HDD: SAMSUNG...
  7. Marvell gigabit ethernet) AMD Athlon64 3200+ (Winchester 0431) Thermalright XP90, Thermaltake 92mm SilentCat MSI K8N Neo2 Platinum (BIOS 1.4) 2x512mb Crucial Ballistix PC4000 Albatron GeForce 6800GT 256mb OCZ Powerstream520 Maxtor DiamondMax
  8. I have everything backed up, and can reconnect the single 30GB disk, clone my install to it, then remove it and have that backed up, ready to go, just incase..
  9. I have nforce 4 chipset and have setup with the latest drivers 15.23 any help would be great My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Own OS W7 64 bit CPU AMD
  10. I have no idea if this is the actual problem because I'm trying to get my RAID Stripe to work and they are both on SATA connections and not IDE...I have

This "successfull boot" is logged into the DMI pool data of the bios/chipset.. All rights reserved. I've created an NVRAID set as per usual, XP see's this during install (I had an integrated XP with NVRAID drivers from my other system) and gets almost all the way System 001: Asus Z68 Deluxe, 2600k i7, EK Supreme HF - Full Copper CPU Block, GTX 670 FTW 2GB x 2 SLI, EK 680 GPU Blocks/EK Bridge, 16GIG Corsair Vengence DDR3

Originally Posted by Zak33 Mean time...back the RAID issue. Quick Relief From Tech Headaches Anyone setup RAID on a DFI LanParty UT nF4 Ultra-D? Jun 7, 2007 at 9:35 PM #11 DR.Death New Member Joined: Jul 10, 2005 Messages: 1,737 (0.40/day) Thanks Received: 64 Location: Canada System Specs System Name: death machine Processor: intel 6600

I found the forums over at nforcershq much more useful than fwiw for general troubleshooting but there are some good updated bios's at

Please check out our forum guidelines for info related to our community. Hot Deals and Sponsor Specials Suggestions and Feedback « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not From there I reconnected the Promise Fastrack100 controller, then rebooted the computer and found the mediasheild bios "BOOT" setting was reset to OFF... All my drivers/firmware are updated.

it runs like a charm, times better than vista, more fast and… native support to VHDs! It works and it's fast enough.. Open the "IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers" section and find out the "Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller", which is connected with the RAIDed hdd's. Register | Help What's New?

DFI Lanparty UT NF4 Ultra-D Athlon X2 3800+ @2.6 GHz 1.4 vcore 1 GB PC3200 @ 216 Mhz Radeon X800XL (Lastest cats) Audigy 5.1 WD 250GB WD 320GB 16x Aopen Slot Well I resolved this - and not without headaches - DFI boards are 'interesting' shall we say. Now it boots off the Cloned XP partition that I backed up onto the primary/active partition on the SSD array.. Advanced Search HOME TECH GAMING BUSINESS CONSUMER MOBILE HEXUS.TV TRUST FORUMS New Posts Today's Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Forum Leaders Forum TECHNOLOGY TALK Help!

Here are my specs, processes I followed: 1. I've got to admit, this is the fastest computer that I've used, well, atleast it seams that way, with how fast the drives move data around.. so replace your windows drivers with this ones that are olders but seems to works better!