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Non-Raid SATA + RAID SATA?

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Hi, i have a western digital raptor 36G and two Seagate 120g SATA. My motherboard is AOpen AX4C MAX    
http://english.aopen.com.tw/products/mb/AX4CMax.htm

It has two pair of SATA connector, one is controled by ICH5R(raid 0) the other is by promise(raid 0,1,0+1)
I just want to use the raptor as the master drive and two seagate as a raid. But the the system can't recognize all of them  at one time. I have tried both controllers for the raid drives.

and in windows hardware device it says the raid controller software is not installed. What do i have to install in windows for raid?

Thank you!!
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by:slartibartfarst
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What motherboad are you using?
It could be that you need to install the RAID drivers that come with the motherboard.  Via chipset motherboards (eg ASUS) usually come with a 'Via 4-in-1' drivers CD, which may include a RAID driver for windows.
If you don't have such a CD, try this link - http://www.viaarena.com/?PageID=2
Best of luck.
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slartibartfarst earned 1000 total points
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Apologies for my first post - I should read more thoroughly.
Try getting the Aopen drivers from this link:

http://download.aopen.com.tw/downloads/default.asp?Software=All&searchoption=keyword&sel=category&selpage=&seltype=Driver&keyword=AX4C%20Max&Language=English
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...I was blind...
Thank you!!
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