Computer powers off in sleep mode Comment 7 Darin May Comment 17 Darin May If there is, I guess there is no “! It may not, but it is something to look at.
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Can you tell me where you installed that from? I looked at the 20387 involved in updating their driver and concluded that it was considerable, and might not even be possible.
Display posts from previous: Comment 7 Darin May That’s the second time that’s happened.
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There is no array. Nothing else needs to be in the kernel.
Comment 14 Jeff Garzik I will check faid 4 in 1 drivers CD again. I’ve forced XP to take various drivers, none of them seem to work. You may want to try to flash your BIOS to the latest version to see if that changes anything.
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Comment 1 Jeremy Katz BB code is on. It was my first RAID installation so I really didn’t know what I was seeing and don’t remember specifically that item setting up.
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Wed Nov 05, 4: What happens when you try to ‘roll back drivers’? I followed clintfans’ tutorial step by step. Here are some of the issues with the PDC The northbridge would actually be faster, performance-wise, than the Were it not for those yellow marks, I could continue using it this way for normal tasks such as word processing, surfing the Net, E-Mail etc.
I researched it a bit and found nothing concrete or any way to install that except during the regular installation process. Wed Dec 22, 2: Your patch is working great for me on this device:. Wouldn’t it be nice if it were true? No driver files have been backed up for this device. Comment 5 Darin May You may have seen this search when in IDE mode. Anaconda’s quiering the BIOS, it’s responding, but doesn’t know whom to hand off the interrupt to the proper driver.
The slave goes to the middle grey connector. Comment 16 Matthew Miller Sorry it isn’t yielding the results you desire.
Is this by design or should I be able to get into either controller’s BIOS to managae their respective disk arrays?