|08 Aug 2012||#1|
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RAID drivers but disks are NOT RAID - do I need them?
"Autoruns" tells me that several drivers labelled "RAID" are getting loaded on boot/login (marked yellow in the image), but my disks are NOT RAID, just regular SATA and NTFS. Similar question for the multiple USB drivers...? (Windows 7, 32 bit)
Do I need them, or can I remove them from the startups?
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