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  1. Arc
    Posts : 35,373
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       #11

    Divey1130 said:
    My only question is, when installing windows it will prompt me for the raid drivers when set to raid in the bios. I did this last time but this time I want to use different one. Do you know which one I should use.
    Neither. Because .....
    Divey1130 said:
    Crashed again. It's getting worse and worse as each day goes by.
    If you ask me, I will suggest you to keep away form RAID. When you asked for update, I supplied you the link, but told it......
    Arc said:
    Dont want to say anything negative to you, but as we experienced, it does not stay stable for long.
    So it is the time for a trade-off. Either stay with RAID and accept the BSODs, or say goodbye to RAID and have a stable system.
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  2. Posts : 9
    Windows 7 Pro x64
    Thread Starter
       #12

    So I was going through some more threads here and came across a port that mentioned dameon tools caused bsods as well. I did install it at the begining of the reformat this last time around but was having major issues trying to mount iso files. I deleted it right away but was unaware of the driver it installs. I downloaded that SPTD file and sure enough it detected it so I deleted that. Maybe that may be a reason why, just trying all options at this point.
    Thanks
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  3. Posts : 9
    Windows 7 Pro x64
    Thread Starter
       #13

    Arc said:
    Divey1130 said:
    My only question is, when installing windows it will prompt me for the raid drivers when set to raid in the bios. I did this last time but this time I want to use different one. Do you know which one I should use.
    Neither. Because .....
    Divey1130 said:
    Crashed again. It's getting worse and worse as each day goes by.
    If you ask me, I will suggest you to keep away form RAID. When you asked for update, I supplied you the link, but told it......
    Arc said:
    Dont want to say anything negative to you, but as we experienced, it does not stay stable for long.
    So it is the time for a trade-off. Either stay with RAID and accept the BSODs, or say goodbye to RAID and have a stable system.
    I wanted to update this thread and it can be marked closed/solved. I have downloaded and installed intel's newest driver released on the 4th of this month. It fixes the trim issue as well as many others. Since then I have not had one bsod, even leaving the computer on for days. I am glad it was a driver issue and nothing else.
    I also wanted to thank you all for the prompt help when asked and to the forums. I truly thank you very much. :)

    Terry
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  4. Arc
    Posts : 35,373
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview 64-bit
       #14

    Thats good, Terry
    Wish your good luck continues for a long time, fingers crossed.
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