badkarma

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  1. ACPI\PNP0510 *PNP0510 I haven't been able to figure out what this is. Whenever I tried to manually install driver sfor it it never works. I think, that it is the infrared device, which you obviously have removed by nLite. The missing MS drivers are named irsir.sys and serial.sys.Now back to your RAID5 issue: Since I had the same mainboard, I doubt, that the DFI Lanparty NF4 Ultra-D is fully supporting nForce RAID5. That is probably the reason why your RAID hasn't been detected by the OS. Dang, you're right. I just checked the specs and RAID5 isn't listed. I wonder if the pencil mod to make the Ultra-D an SLI-D adds RAID5 functionality.
  2. ACPI\PNP0510 *PNP0510 I haven't been able to figure out what this is. Whenever I tried to manually install driver sfor it it never works. Thanks for the help Fernando.
  3. Look into the "SCSI and RAID Controllers" section.Which devices are listed there? NVIDIA nForce RAID Controller only See attached screenshot.
  4. Thanks Fernando but it didn't seem to work. I only have 1 "Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller". I tried to use "Nvidia nforce Seral ATA Controller" driver but when I rebooted the device is unable to start and no RAID in OS.
  5. Just upgraded my main computer to a E8400/P35-DS3R, so I'm trying to get RAID5 working on my old DFI NF4 Ultra-D mobo with Windows 2003 32bit for server duty. I'm not installing on the RAID5 array, so I initially just installed the drivers created the array, and then booted into windows. I was able to get the raidtool to install, and the Nvidia SATA RAID controller driver installed, however whenever I look at drive manager, it sees 3 drives. Also the Nvidia RAID tool doesn't see any arrays. In my bios it says the array is healthy. I tried slipstreaming the drivers like mentioned here but without success. I slipstreamed your v1.8 XP drivers into my install CD. Any suggestions? I just can't seem to get Windows 2003 to see the array, the RAID bios says 1.36 TB RAID5 Healthy.