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Oct 6 ’11 at Basically, this is where you have two or more hard drives acting as one single hard drive.
American Megatrends Inc. Releases HyperDisk, A PCI IDE RAID Controller, to Market.
This basically means you have an exact clone of Disk 1 on Disk 2, in case Disk 1 fails.
The words used in the BIOS screen are confusing. Did this solve your problem? That’s usually done for you in Windows. Thank You to anyone who can put me wise on these 3 items only. I have moved the important part coontroller the first few lines.
Configure RAID Controller in the BIOS Setup Utility
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I’ll just explain the simple examples: Tell us about your experience with our site. It is theoretically possible to inject the megagrends drivers in the case of a blue screen on the BIOS change as well. The reason for this is simple – your OS expects a given driver to work with the installed hardware.
I never spent megaternds time to get that to work however. RAID-0 which is striping but no parity or mirroring, this means there is no redundancy for data, If there is a failure on one disk, it will cause the data loss of the entire RAID array.
What does AHCI Mode, IDE Mode, RAID Mode, & SATA Mean in the BIOS settings
It’s currently set to IDE. Hopefully, that answers it.
Each of the IDE connectors supports up to two devices. IDE mode is to give you the greatest compatibility with older operating systems. It is best to enable it and then install the OS.
The Storage Champions: ATA/ IDE RAID Controllers From AMI, HighPoint And Promise –
Sign up using Email and Password. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. In this BIOS setting, “IDE” means separate disks attached to the main disk controller will each be shown as dontroller separate disk to the operating system for example as C: That being said there are certain interchangeable settings from the OS’s perspective.