mother board rage drivers problem

  Lazzer 18:46 01 Jan 04
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when booting up my pc it takes absolutley ages someone has told me i have to disable the RAID drivers but i cant find the option in bios to do it also if i select to use high performance it disables the LAN card and all my usb ports on the mother board im using a msi kt6 delta, anyone got any ideas?

cheers

  LastChip 19:42 01 Jan 04

Operating System?

  Lazzer 19:43 01 Jan 04

windows xp professional

  LastChip 19:45 01 Jan 04

Control Panel; Computer Management; Error Log; and see if it's reporting not being able to load something.

  Lazzer 19:48 01 Jan 04

i dont have a computer management option to select

  LastChip 19:49 01 Jan 04

I'm going from memory!

  VoG II 19:51 01 Jan 04

Control Panel/Administrative Tools/Computer Management, System Tools, Event log.

  Lazzer 19:54 01 Jan 04

i have had a look and i cant find any errors relating to rage setting, all i know if that i havent installed the rage drivers because im not using the rage stuff, and when i go into device manager it shows a question mark next to rage

  LastChip 20:02 01 Jan 04

Your original post referred to Raid. You are now talking about Rage. Which is it?

Please post exact symptoms you have in Device Manager.

  Lazzer 20:10 01 Jan 04

it is raid, my raid drivers are not installed because im not using any raid devices (sorry for mix up) the problem i am having is this, when booting up it is taking ages the screen it sticks on is the raid controller screen, i had a look on the ebuyer ratings for my mother board and other people have had similair trouble and some has put that the raid settings need to b disabled in bios, i have had a look and cant find where to do this, also no-one has put anything about when using high performance which you select in bios my onboard lan and usb ports become disfunctional, yet when i return to bios defaults my lan and usb ports become operational again but this becaomes an annoyance because it means i have the set my power and voltage setting again, is there a way round these

thanks

  LastChip 20:34 01 Jan 04

Have a look at Chapter 3 of your motherboard manual (BIOS Setup), page 23, and you will find the setting relating to your RAID controller there in Integrated Peripherals.

There are only two setting's; Enabled, Disabled.

I can't give you further instructions, as it will depend on the version of the motherboard you have.

Post back if your still unsure.

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