Thanks for the help and information people.. Luckily, I was on the computer at the time, so I was able to shut it down immediately when I heard it fail. That’ because it’s still running on the mhz bus. Anyone could advise if it is safe operation? Log in or Sign up. Anyone see a fix for this problem? I say this beacause I have had more trouble getting the drivers for ide and raid than on any other driver installation.

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I’m assuming it just went into failsafe mode.

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You might try putting in the driver cd and exploring it. I recommend putting the HDD’s on the promise controller and the optical drives on the regular channels. Could anyone point me in the right direction? That, and the fact that the fan was bouncing around inside my case tearing up wires really screwed things up in there. SelecterJun 15, Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: It’s hard to cook an Athlon That’ because it’s still running on the mhz bus.


It’s a good board otherwise, but the RAID just does not work. I dont’t want to loose data from my drive. You can select in the bios: I was just testing something; I don’t normally run Windows.

GA-7VAXP, added acomdata SATA pci card and having conflicts trying to make a raid.

I just sold my version of your MB. Manual is not very explicit in this regard, probably it is obvious, but I dont have any experience in using raid.

So I went in and manually set the bus to mhz, which is the maximum. Anyone see a fix for this problem? I am having a similar problem with this taid.

Joined Dec Posts May 30, 2. With that, the BIOS sees the processor as abut the system becomes unstable, so I bumped it back down to mhz. Any other ideas on how I could raise the bus speed? You can put any device on any channel but the promis raid chip is not really designed for optical drives.

I found the driver installation to be not as easy as I would like it to be. Obviously I’m doing something wrong.


In the bios you can select the onboard raid function as either “raid” or “ata” Set it to “ata” and you’ll be able to put IDE drives on the raid channels. Joined Aug Posts I flashed the bios to the latest version, which did not help. Anyone had troubles with this? Think it’s the CPU?

Thanks for the help and information people. I tried a few time over the 3 years I ran the board.

All is working now. Severe audio and video stuttering was the only reward, and if you dig deep into the gigabyte forums, you’ll find I was not the only one. Forums Search Forums Recent Posts. I did, however, flash raiid BIOS.

Do you need more info from me to track this down?