Re: Installing SATA Hard Drives Help
Once again thanks for your help
<jer4202@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> It depends on the ports in which your hard drives are okugged into. If
> you look in your mobo manual, you will find a diagram that tells you
> which raid controller each port is controlled by. The sl3114 is for the
> silicon raid ports. I assume the NF3 raid is for nvidia raid, but im
> not sure on that one. Go ahead and try the Auto Create Raid Driver
> Floppy, cause it must automatically know which one you have. Hope this
> helps, wrtie back if not.
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