Asus P4P800-E Deluxe RAID question

Hi,

I have an Asus P4P800-E Deluxe mainboard (Socket 478).
This mainboard has 2 SATA controllers (so I can connect 2 sata disks to it) It also has a SATA-Raid controller onboard. I also could connect 2 other SATA-driver to that controller in a raid configuration. My question is... is it possible to use the RAID controller as a normal SATA controller? So I can connect up to 4 SATA disks in total? (which run seperately) Becoz I have 3 SATA disks and I want them to work seperately from eachother...

Anyone know if this is possible? And if it is possible, can someone tell me how I have to do this? I've looked in the user manual from my Asus mainboard... but I couldn't find it there...

I hope someone can help me.

Greetz, Wishjuh
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  1. I'm sorry guys. I posted this one in the wrong forum-section... I'll post it again in the right section.
  2. I have the same board and have tried to use four sata independently and they work fine before I went raid. Just disable the raid caplability in the BIOS settings and you'll be fine.
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    I have the same board and have tried to use four sata independently and they work fine before I went raid. Just disable the raid caplability in the BIOS settings and you'll be fine.


    Nice! Thx for the advice... I'll try!
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