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Jan 26, 4. In JanI had issues with Windows 7 slow boot-up – hence, I upgraded the BIOS to the latest version do not recall exact version, but that is not important as far as I understand.
Ok, I unhooked a drive and was able to continue. Also next time to remember to enable raid or any other options as when flashing the bios all settings get set back to default. ga-ep45–ud3p
Do a web search using: Another option would be using the Intel Rapid Storage Technolgy program. GA US Posts I will not be pushed, filed, stamped, indexed, briefed, debriefed, or numbered!
Please enter your desired user name, your email address and other required details in the form below. Originally Posted by xlastshotx I tried finding the appendix but it wasnt there NoxTekNov 4, I tried finding the appendix but it wasnt there I spent the entire weekend trying to fight the issue and I ended up very frustrated.
Originally Posted by error10 It’s in the manual, in the nice appendix. But now I’m using the Originally Posted by Acebmxer. Just go back into BIOS and change it back.
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NoCarrier 2, 6 35 I do not lose my RAID array. Any help at all? Hopefully you did it right and did g-ep45-ud3p accidentally wipe out your OS drive. Now all I need to do is: Scroll to page 87 and go from there.
Benchmarking Software and Gga-ep45-ud3p Overclock. Page 1 of 2. I’ve managed to add the new option ROM, but it’s not the same item number anymore. Options Quote message in reply?
What could be the problem. Oh wow, that’s it?
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