The v6.99 ones are the latest nForce SATA and RAID drivers for nForce4 AMD chipsets, but they were designed for being used with Windows XP and Windows Server 2003. You have to find out yourself, if they are the most appropriate nForce IDE drivers for your special hardware configuration.radman3d wrote:Correct me if I'm wrong, but seems to me they are the latest drivers meant for my chipset and may even be the best to use?
They are somehow generic, but only suitable by nForce chipset systems.The ones that were installed were generic?
I am not sure about that, but I think, that the installation of the nForce SATA and RAID drivers v9.99.09 is worth a try.radman3d wrote:If I install the "Non-AHCI nForce Performance Pack for Win7Vista" is it not true that NCQ will not work?
The ATTO, CrystalDiskMark and HDTach Benchmark tools are able to compare the performance of the hdd by using different drivers.radman3d wrote:I have used Sisoft Sandra in the past. Is there something that would be better to test the HDD speed? I have been testing HDD speed for comparison. Is that what I want to test to see what is better?
Yes, you may test them too.radman3d wrote:Do you think there is any reason to go back to the MS Generic driver (10.6.0.18) to test?
You are welcome!radman3d wrote:Thank you for all your help with this issue Fernando
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