Another restart will be required to finish the driver installation. Currently i have the drives setup like this.. Click Enter to create the volume. This is a quick and probably stupid question, so I apologize if I’m posting it in the wrong forum, or shouldn’t be posting it at all. If you are using the ports for the JMB instead of the JMB, the install process should still be the same but you have to make sure to enable the controller and select the appropriate mode in BIOS.
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View More Photo Galleries. Definitely want to choose AHCI there. Exit and click Enter. I might give the non-eSATA drivers a try.
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Your supose to set that before you install your OS. This is the reason why I love this community so much!
When usingthe Black ports you do not need the F6 setup drivers, if you insest on using the red you can make it work but need the F6 drivers, you set up the black using Control-I, you set up the red ports using Control-J, The Intel ports are nativaly supported by Windows 7 and the board, so no drivers have to be loaded before it will work the red ports, are only supported after the drivers are loaded, so they will not bee seen unless the F6 option is used in Windows install.
I have used it b4 months and months ago when I was first dabbling with raid so isnt it alreay on the compuer? I inadvertently changed the setting after the OS was installed. Black colored Jmicron Two separate controllers: Do I want to unpack the ZIP file and just run the ‘setup’ executable, or is there a way I can be more selective?
Bkatt Omnipotent Enthusiast Total Posts: On the x58 SLI and X58 classified all versions there are three controllers on the motherboard.
Glad to hear you have the controller and drive up and running. Now I can’t boot either way. Things are running smoothly now, and I’d hate to cause a jmifron to the system. Thanks man, I just sent you a message but I got it up and running.
User Control Panel Log out. I didn’t have anything that would use the jMicron controlled ports, and in the past jMicron controller drivers have caused havoc on my system for a number of reasons. The jmicroh I’m using is R1. Set your jmicron to AHCI as well, although I would try and steer away from plugging anything in to them the red ports.
In this mode, Windows should detect the controller as a standard IDE controller without installing a separate JMicron driver. Essentials Only Full Version. The Jmicron controllers are configured separately from the Intel controller.
Don’t know what to tell you about ClamAV. Select the appropriate number of hard drives by using the up or down arrow keys to scroll through the list of hard drives and click Space to select the drive. Forums Posts Latest Posts.
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Sorry for all the ignorant questions! I think you need to mark them as helpful or something though first. User Control Panel Log out. Use the black ones, You can make the red ones work, but it is not as plug and play. I would think that the Jmicron would be slower than the black ports.
Thanks for the tip, Z. If you are using the ports for the JMB instead of the JMB, the install process should still be the same but you have to make sure to enable the controller and select the appropriate mode in BIOS. What setup would be the ideal? Click Enter to create the volume.