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ASUS P5LD2 Raid 5 locks windows at MUP.SYS

If I include the Raid in the BIOS - Boot XP O/S - os hangs and will not boot into windows unless I remove the Raid in the Bios or Physically remove the raid from the motherboard. - 3 WD Drives each drive is 500 Gig connected to Sata 1 Sata 2 Sata 3 nothing connected to Sata 4 - IDE is a WD 80 Gig IDE Drive with O/S Sata is a Raid 5. Updated drivers Bios etc.

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  • mbmccabe Jan 05, 2009

    if I remove disconnect the IDE I just get the message that there is no operating system.

    IDE 80 Gig is the operating system

    Sata 1,2,3 ports are a Raid 5 ASUS P5LD2 on board Intel Raid.

  • raven447 May 11, 2010

    Not the fogiest. try disconecting the IDE and see what happens. I will be interested to see what the solution is.



    Sorry I'm no help here.



    P.S.: XP sucks. When I was a tech I had the opinion that MS should have stuck to 98 and 2k and just released service packs after that, alterninately just released a product that just worked.

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A stab in the dark. Sound like the MB BIOS expects and is written to have the OS on the  IDE  slot. After that I would add one SATA drive at a time to see if it matters and to see if one of the drives are causing the problem.

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