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Changing to RAID will require the disk to be reformatted, and for you to reinstall the operating system.
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Gigabyte GA-X79-UD3 User Manual: Installing The Sata Raid/ahci Driver And Operating System
If you change modes, it can’t use the IDE drivers and will fail to load. Unfortunately I forget what or where it is and I don’t have one handy right now. This is because the OS installs with drivers that tell it how to communicate with the disk.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. But this should make the process a bit more easy. Renan 7, 4 29 Also, reading this more closely, the last step is NOT necessarily true.
You do not need to enter the computer BIOS. On some motherboards, this feature simply doesn’t work properly.
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Post as a guest Name. Bill Westrup 41 2. Keep in mind that if you have anything on your hard disk before switching to RAID mode, you will ga-x9-ud3 to back it up. So, unless those ports are on a different controller, you can’t do that.