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    Asus a8r raid0 problem

    exit? Y/N
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    Asus a8r raid0 problem

    that is what is am thinking, but the only way to exit is with the y no more menues for saving the array...? when i hit y the computer restarts without any message
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    Asus a8r raid0 problem

    I am using windows x64 and I have the uli disk for windows. The problem is when I reboot no hard disks are detected and the raid array is not shown. The only way to exit the stripe creation bios program is with esc and hitting y key. Is like the new partition or stripe was not saved or something at reboot. thanks The disk has x64 drivers btw. thank you
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    Asus a8r raid0 problem

    I am using windows x64 and I have the uli disk for windows. The problem is when I reboot no hard disks are detected and the raid array is not shown. The only way to exit the stripe creation bios program is with esc and hitting y key. Is like the new partition or stripe was not saved or something at reboot. thanks
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    Asus a8r raid0 problem

    Hello, I have 2 maxtor diamondmax 10 6v300f0 disks, and a asus a8r-mvp. I want to run hem in a raid0 setup, so I have set the storage configuration in onboard sata rom boot and then I create the raid0 stripe when booting. The stripe is successfully created with a size of 600 gb but when i exit the boot program won't recognise it, no IDE disk is detected. If I try to install windows, appear two different disks but no stripe. Any help? thank you
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    SR's 250 GB Drive Roundup

    thank you I have heard from some user that diamondmax 10 disks are not trully sata II in terms of 3Gb/s, I mean they say that the actual speed of the bus is 150 but maxtor advertises 300 in a misleading advertise. However, I have seen some reviews where the diamondmax 10 with sata II achieve burst speeds of mores than 200 Gb/s so I suppose they are trully 3Gb/s, any idea? thank you very much
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    SR's 250 GB Drive Roundup

    Hello in this review is stated that the maxtor diamondmax 10 is a sata 1,5 Gbps while the 250 and 300 gb are able to have a 3gbps interface. I know that those speeds are maximum, but that is appliable to the 7200.9 and the hitachi. My question is is the new diamondmax10 really 3gbps (6V300F0)?