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Old 01-26-2008, 05:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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How do you remove it? 2 of the drives are RAID0 if it makes a difference. The NVATA way for XP is not present on Vista.

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They dont appear in my remove hardware. The only thing i have in ther is my external and i run SATA drives. Do you have your set up to be hot swappable?
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It's been sorted with the Nvidia Media driver thing. The RAID performance is slightly dissapointing though. 176burst and 98MB/s average read. Have to say PS loads slightly faster.
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Well glad it was resovled.
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It's been sorted with the Nvidia Media driver thing. The RAID performance is slightly dissapointing though. 176burst and 98MB/s average read. Have to say PS loads slightly faster.
you are suppose to install their sw ide drivers with it.
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where are said drivers? As I think they come with MediaShield.
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they ask you to install them when you install the chipset
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