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Raid mode and Win 8 features
« on: 20-November-12, 21:06:29 »

Once you enable raid mode and win 8 features in bios, you will notice you no longer see the raid controller bios. The raid controller is now operated inside of uefi bios. You are able to create and handle the raid arrays from there. This is found in uefi bios > Settings >  advanced
The screen shots below were taken on a z77a-gd80 as a reference.

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Re: Raid mode and Win 8 features
« Reply #1 on: 14-July-13, 09:47:45 »

whats that MSI software your using ?
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Re: Raid mode and Win 8 features
« Reply #2 on: 18-July-13, 15:28:11 »

That is a screen shot of the bios from my old z77a-gd80.
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Re: Raid mode and Win 8 features
« Reply #3 on: 17-January-16, 11:20:54 »

Hi. I've done the same thing as you, but my problem is that the intel rapid storage doesn't recognize the raid 0 that I've made, so I can't actually use it at all. And if I try to restart the computer in "Raid mode", it doesn't turn on so I have to change it back to UEFI. I don't know if you have any ideas about what I can do to make it work.

Thank you in advance
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Re: Raid mode and Win 8 features
« Reply #4 on: 23-March-16, 18:27:53 »

:)
I have tried this advice,may be I did wrong steps ,the problem still there.
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Re: Raid mode and Win 8 features
« Reply #5 on: 17-May-16, 10:01:19 »

useful post
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Re: Raid mode and Win 8 features
« Reply #6 on: 11-October-18, 05:49:30 »

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Canon Printer Support
« Reply #7 on: 28-December-18, 02:31:20 »

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« Reply #8 on: 28-December-18, 06:19:34 »

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« Reply #9 on: 28-December-18, 06:41:51 »

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