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Old 02-21-2007, 09:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Vista 64 Serial ATA Controller Driver?

I just setup my new computer, Intel 975XBX2KR using 2 SATA Seagate 80 gig hard drives with RAID 0. I'm running Vista 64, and everything appears to be working great but in device manager it's not recognizing a driver for "Serial ATA Controller." I tried installing Intel's Matrix Storage Manager but that didn't take care of it. Any idea how to resolve this?

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Check here for updates to the BIOS and other things. It should also have the drivers for the SATA there as well.

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hhhmmm, yeah i checked there, i guess i'll try the marvell sata drivers, i only tried the intel matrix storage manager drivers b/c i used that when installing windows
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