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Smokinthunder1

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  1. Integration of NVIDIA's nForce RAID and AHCI drivers

    Wow. All went perfectly. My raid array is as it was before. nLite rules. Fernando rules. Thanks very much.
  2. Integration of NVIDIA's nForce RAID and AHCI drivers

    Greetings Fernando, Just a couple quick questions. Thanks very much for this thread btw. Excellent info! I will be using nlite to integrate SP2 into XP home oem (no service packs) along with NVraid drivers. The RAID array will be 2 SATA drives. I am having the usual constant restart problems after installing NVRaid driver using the F6/Floppy disk method. I'm not sure what NVRaid driver version I am used....it is the version that comes with nForce version 5.11 1 - My board is an MSI K8N Neo2 Platinum (MS-7025). nForce3 ultra chipset. I have upgraded to the latest board bios available (version 1.D) however, the NVRaid bios that comes with the board bios is version 4.81. Anyway to update to raid bios only? 2 - If I'm not able to update the raid bios, I should follow the steps to use the unofficial 6.95 drivers correct. 3 - If updating the raid bios is possible, would you recommend upgrading this and using the newest drivers over staying with 4.81 and the legacy drivers? Lastly 4 - In your experience with using nlite, have u ever removed Windows Messenger? If so, any problems afterward? Thank you very much for your time. Your research has proven invaluable. I just got a new processor and was hoping to stretch the life of my current setup a few more years. I was beggining to think that was not possible with my raid setup not able to work. Ryan
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