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installing Windows 7 on Raid o


t.long

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I am trying to install Windows 7 on a raid 0 disk. I have created the raid array and enabled it in the BIOS.

Problem is Windows does not like my drivers. When it comes to the actual install of Windows it can not see the disk/s when I try and load the driver (from Gigabytes website, have tried them on both a thumb drive and a dvd) Widows states "no signed device drivers were found. Make sure that the installation media contains the correct drivers, then click okay".

my mother board is a Gigabyte GA P55 UD5. Does anyone have any ideas were I can obtain a signed driver?

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retep888™

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There are 3 RAID drivers for your motherboard, depends on which connections you've chosen, please make sure using the correct RAID driver, i.e.

Intel SATA RAID Driver for Intel RAID array

GIGABYTE SATA2 Driver for GIGABYTE SATA2 RAID array

JMB362 RAID Driver for JMicron RAID array (driver can be installed from the motherboard CD)

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