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How to install RAID drivers on already installed Windows 7?

I have done the same,have an intel series 510 `120 gb ssd and a cariar black 1 TB with windows 7 installed,a z68xp-ud4 motherboard.every time I try to reset bios from ide to raid when it reboots the system crashes and Ihave to do a restore and reset bios back.Any help would be appreciated
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    dablue1 said:
    I have done the same,have an intel series 510 `120 gb ssd and a cariar black 1 TB with windows 7 installed,a z68xp-ud4 motherboard.every time I try to reset bios from ide to raid when it reboots the system crashes and Ihave to do a restore and reset bios back.Any help would be appreciated



    ou may have already visited this Tom's post, as you start out by saying you have done the same.

    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/252359-32-help-proper-setup-config-windows-intel
  2. Well. I had to sacrifice my cache to make windows detect my hard drive. Better than a full reformat. For future reference. Windows repair will not detect accelerated hard drives.
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