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Windows 7: XP to Win7 Ultimate with new Raid volums on Intel P67 and Marvell 9182

01 Jun 2011   #11
JJKad

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by theog View Post
I personally would stay away from RAID, as it seems to more problems than it is worth.

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I formatted my C: drive and with no other drives in the system, did a clean install of Win7 Ultimate Upgrade. I installed the drivers for the Intel RAID without issue. The drivers for the Marvell RAID were not recognized and they would not install. I proceeded with the install following the instructions in the link you provided without incident. Using option 3, my fully legit OS was recognized as genuine.
I then installed the chipset etc. drivers for the MB and everything in device manager including the Marvell RAID is working properly.
Thanks again for the link you provided. It saved me a lot of headaches and $$$


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02 Jun 2011   #12
theog

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