Only the RAID0 array with the 2x500 GB hdd's as members need the nForce SATA driver named nvstor.sys and the nForce RAID driver named nvraid.sys (By the way: These are the Win7 in-box nForce SATA and RAID drivers. There are newer and better nForce SATA and RAID drivers available. You can find them within the start post of >this< thread.).marcelser wrote:Here's my configuration: I currently have 3 hdd's installed. 2 x 500 GB (Raid Striped) and 1 x 1 TB non-raid (in the bios I can set which disk are controlled by raid and which not). The raid controller itself has a second bios where the 2 x 500 hds are configured as striped. althouth the 1TB disk is controlled by the bios and the other 2 disks are controlled by the nvidia raid controller it seems that all of the serial ata devices use nvidia drivers either nvraid.sys or nvstor.sys.
That indicates, that you are obviously not able to combine your currently running nForce RAID system with the use of the generic MS IDE driver, not even for a non-RAIDed single hdd/SSD. I didn't yet know about this restriction.marcelser wrote:So at the moment I have two problems.
1.) with the actual drivers then Standard Microsoft driver is not listed as compatible
After having installed any new nForce driverpack, but before they are going to reboot, users with an nForce RAID system should verify, that all NVIDIA nForce SATA and RAID devices have gotten the freshly installed nForce SATA and RAID drivers..marcelser wrote:2.) with the newer performance driver I get a BSOD after the second reboot
No, I do not know, if this will be possible.marcelser wrote:Do you know if the MCP55 Bios allows for PCI-Express S-ATA Add-on cards to be booted from.
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