Raid is when 2 Harddrives are Formatted to 1 Partition to work in Dual Mode. You, just like most others, are not using RAID.
Since you get that Ethernet popup everytime, you should install the nforce Ethernet driver..... Just execute the Nforce Chipset Installer again, except Uncheck all the boxes, except for the "Ethernet" driver. then install.
Originally posted by krazyq
i have about six device that are using channel 5. Is that a problem?
It may or maynot be a problem... Depends on what the devices are that share the same IRQ. (also note - right click on any device and go to /properties/resource Tab... and you can see at the bottom there if it indicates any Conflicts).
you want all the important stuff, just for ex - (cmos rt clock)(SMBus)(IDE Controllers)(GFX/Audio) etc, to have there own IRQ.
note - If you need to change a IRQ, on sertain devices you cant except threw your BIOS.
this is my A64 irq list:
Heres my INTEL system IRQ list.. note how all the USB Hubs share a lota IRQs.. i dont have any system Issues.. im only using 1 USB device though, and i have like 10usb ports or something.
i dont game on the INTEl system at all though, however if i did, and i used the USB port witch shares the same IRQ as the FX5500, then i may possibly encounter issues: