This makes me doubt that it might not be a h/w issue. If anyone else has the same motherboard and Vista x64 and would take 10 mins to run the test in post #4 I would appreciate it. Have set this jumper properly? Reboot. navigate here
Join the community here. It made a huge difference for me. Cheerson 02 May 2008 at 13:47 (Sydney) 9.Rick said … I had the exact same problem you descibe using WD Raptors in RAID 0 on my ASUS P5E. M=Master, S=Slave a CS=Cable Select.
Connect your PC to the internet and run Vista Update for the first time.on 03 Dec 2008 at 10:48 (Sydney) 26.Jono said … Are you still having this problem, Your knowledge seems to be just enough to get you in troubleClick to expand... ???.......I appreciate you taking the time to respond to my thread, but why and how would a Launch Vista instal from dvd. In almost every case, the systems worked fine under RAID when using Windows XP.
Microsoft Windows Vista Community: an online interaction with a real MS support person - pointing to bad drivers (on P5B Deluxe). I have slightly different problem. Different workarounds work for different people. even if your correct about the firmware update causing a problem.
Click here WinZip Data Compression Utility <> Click here WinRAR Data Compression Utility Click here 7-Zip Data Compression Utility17. Special thanks to commentor Håkan Andersson for linking to this page on intel.com. I have downloaded the latest ICH10R drivers from the MSI Website and copied them to a USB key--the installer detects the drivers on the key but when I click Next, I No more!
I was able to build/install at least 3 systems using VISTA x64 and RAID combinations. Download CDspeed (it's free and no install needed) Nero CD-DVD Speed website Then put in a already burned DVD, select your drive in the drop down list, click "Run Test" and There's a reason to use RAID (speed increase under RAID 0, redundancy under RAID 1) - and it's not possible to enjoy those RAID benefits in IDE mode. OS Vista Ultimate x64, Reply With Quote New 25 Jan 2008 #4 MegaDETH View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Cdfreaks.com Reviewer Join Date : Dec 2007 Watertown, WI Posts
I really would appreciate it. and updating firmware is a risky move anytime. My problem seems to be very “heavy load” related as is many other peoples problem. Dell Forums: a discussion about the problem as manifested on Dell systems.
Can you help me get her running? http://brainybooks.net/vista-x64/vista-x64-error-help-please.html with JMicron (Native IDE or AHCI+IDE) SATA HDD attached after O/S* is installed: HANGS on boot 3. Thanks for the fast reply....I went with Vista x64 to be able to fully use the 4 gigs of memory and figured that going to a 64-bit OS was going to Maybe it shows a notification..
Old Version<-> EMC 7.5 Up PX Engine 4.18.16a. Vista installation & setup Si3112 SATA IssuesI'm trying to install Beta2 on a SATA HD with a SI3112 controller. Plug drives in SATA-ports 3 and 5 (you can try port 4, but mine dint work, if you have more then 2 drives in the array you have a problem) http://www.intel.com/support/chipsets/imsm/sb/CS-025783.htm his comment is here Roxio is telling there is no device detected.
Thanks!on 28 Mar 2008 at 6:41 (Sydney) 8.Lewis Barclay said … I'd really appreciate some help here. System Manufacturer/Model Number Proudly Built by Me! with JMicron and IDE Optical only (Native IDE or AHCI+IDE): Install works, O/S* boot also works *the operating system is either Windows Vista x64 with SP1 bundled in, or Windows Server
OS Vista Ultimate x64, Reply With Quote New 25 Jan 2008 #2 Scotteq View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Plays with his WEI Join Date : Dec 2007 Nooooo The drive I have is an HP DVD RW AD-7251H5. Situations I've tried: 1. Jon 12 Sep 2008 at 3:54 (Sydney) 24.johny_smith said … OK, this is how I solved my RAID AHCI issue with clean install of Vista : 1.
Free support is only for retail. It is the combination of their chipset with the asus motherboard.on 06 May 2008 at 8:53 (Sydney) 11.simple said … Hi there! BSOD's and hangs. weblink Thanks again!!You have to run it this way using Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories GPU HIERARCHY CPU HIERARCHY Brands
Sorry for the long story, I'm sure this is a simple matter to most of you guys, but I would greatly appreciate it if someone could shed some light on what I used to get stuck at the load screen (green bars) and get BSOD. OS Vista Ultimate x64 Reply With Quote New 28 Jan 2008 #9 MegaDETH View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Cdfreaks.com Reviewer Join Date : Dec 2007 Watertown, WI Posts