I know what you mean now for sure. Wed Dec 14, 4: No registered users and 3 guests. Wed Dec 14, 5: As for using the gigabyte ports btw its really Jmicron i just dont trust it with raid , i bought a intel board so i could use the ICH10R chipset, so i can have a nice stable raid array, i just came from ICH5R and never had a problem..
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UUID together with initramfs.
All content and actions are my own. Ill try the new everset soon and see if it helps with the 12v setting. What you can do for your box is slightly more involved, but it’s not hard, and it’s less time consuming than building from scratch.
So, best is to disable AHCI and use 2. Originally posted by rbmorse View Post. I went ahead and bought the SSD. You shouldn’t have to upgrade your whole OS to use new hardware.
Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS3LR User Manual: Making A Sata Raid/ahci Driver Diskette
Wed Dec 14, Or did I epp45-ds3l misunderstand? Since my dad’s mobo is a bit newer, I’m assuming his will too. But if they don’t make it faster or something im going to have to i cant live with a 4 minute boot up time. Copyright c Tweak Town Pty Ltd.
Board index Hardware Storage. I think mine takes about 45 second for windows to start it’s processes.
I know what you mean now for sure. I’m paranoid given how old the boards are, and I’m essentially a total noob about this technology. Also when you enable more drivers than before you can run into new issues – like when you use budget-av for DVB but you enable ep45-cs3l load snd-aw2 then your DVB is dead.
Making A Sata Raid/ahci Driver Diskette – Gigabyte GA-EPDS3LR User Manual [Page 83]
I dont know why they disabled both by default in the bios. Another example is the new snd-pcsp driver. Wed Dec 14, 3: It is not always easy like this. So that may be what is causing your issue, or it may not be?
Your board may not even support AHCI, but many boards made within the past three years do. I’d like to do the same thing, essentially: And most most importantly, I get half the hard-drive speeds. I’ll definitely be doing clean installs on both machines.
I would just perfer gigabyte to do it so it doesn’t void the warrenty. That’s the only real BIOS setting you need to change. It can be done, but that doesn’t mean you should.