The rar file, which has been uploaded by me, contains all needed nForce SATA and RAID drivers, but the associated information file named NVRAID.INF doesn't work with LEGACY mode nForce RAID systems like yours. That is the simple reason why you were not able to get the nForce SATA driver NVSTOR.SYS v10.6.0.18 installed.The_Countess wrote:so i used the one in the download link in the first post. with that i could install the 'NVIDIA nForce RAID Controller' under 'storage controllers'
but the 2 'NVIDIA nForce Serial ATA controller' under 'IDE ATA/APAP controllers' need different drivers that weren't in the rar file.
I really doubt, that you will be able to get the nForce SATA driver v10.6.0.18 installed, because nForce4 Serial ATA Controllers usually do not work with any nForce SATA driver of the v10.x.x.xx and v11.x.x.xx series. Additionally you will need a special information file to get the nForce SATA driver installed, because the file named NVRAID.INF, which is within the linked rar file, doesn't contain the needed entries for LEGACY mode nForce4 systems.is it possible to update the serial ATA controller drivers too?
Fernando 1 wrote:As a consequence all SSD users with an nForce chipset mainboard, who want to get their SSD automaticly cleaned by TRIM, have to use one of the Win7 in-box IDE/AHCI drivers from Microsoft (PCIIDE.SYS for IDE mode or MSAHCI.SYS for AHCI mode).
Fernando 1 wrote:@ ChickFiLay:
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Newer drivers are not always better than the older ones, but generally the users can expect, that the chipset manufacturers do not pay the driver development staff for nothing.
AFAIK the nForce SATA drivers of the v11.x.x.xx series have the best AHCI support and the Ethernet drivers v73.xx the best Gigabit Ethernet support.
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