Question about Intel D101GGC Motherboard
I sent this to Asus support
Having Problem with installing RAID in ASUS P5KC Looking at Mother board book have selected raid as controller
mode But can't get into the JMB363 RAID BIOS UTILITY ?????? please explain how a phone call
would be appreciated.
Have been told by asus
Sir,you should enable J-Micron RAID controller before you are to using it.You can see the configuration in BIOS ->Advanced->Onboard DevicesConfiguration-> J-Micron eSATA/PATA Controller, please configure itas RAID, save and reboot.
Then you will be able to access J-Micron RAID utility.
I have done this but when I reboot It says the J-Micron Says Detect Drivers Done, no any drive found ???
But the drives come up in Bios
How to you start the J-Micron RAID utility????
Any Help would be great am getting annoyed don't know what to do
The P5K motherboard has a four port vanilla ICH9. There
Is no RAID on the Intel, when the chip has only four ports?
So S1, S2, S3, S4 are not RAID.
In the P5K manual, the RAID function exists on the Jmicron
Controller. One drive connector is internal (SATA_E2, on the
Left of the motherboard picture in the manual), and one
Drive connector is external (F_ESATA on the back I/O area).
This is not convenient for building a RAID0. (The intent is
To allow making RAID1 backup disks.) You'll have to snake
The SATA cable back into the computer, if you hope to use
It with two internal SATA disks.
The manual has full instructions for setting up RAID on the
Jmicron JMB363. The manual says to set the Jmicron to RAID
Mode in the BIOS. Two disks must be connected, in order to
Be able to press <control-J> at the start of the BIOS, to
Enter the Jmicron RAID setup in the BIOS. At that point, you
Can declare an array in the BIOS setup.
Then, when Windows is installing from the Microsoft install CD,
You’ll need to press F6 and offer the Jmicron RAID driver.
Section 5.5 of the Asus manual, describes how to make
A RAID driver floppy. The application in the mother board cd is available for make drivers disk
Posted on Dec 10, 2007
DRSS is right, got it working that way. Not very reliable to install raid0 (like I did), with that one cable in the back. If I knew this beforehand I would not have bought this MoBo.
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
The board is bollox
Posted on Mar 20, 2008
I have asked Asus help desk for help for the same issue.
Their answer was:
"The only way to raid drives on this board is to have an external and a internal (or a header adapter to external) on the j-micron controller. There is no way of raiding the internal Controller."
Very disappointing for such an advanced board
Posted on Jan 19, 2008
Do you have two drives installed?
See the guide here:
Posted on Dec 08, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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