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GAFXA-UD3 v SSD and RAID problems when installing Win 7. stick with all the ACHI and RAID drivers possible from Gigabyte and AMD The ONLY "success" I've had is while I had the SSD in SATA port 5 (SATA  fxa-ud3 rev 4 >>>> sata ports. Gigabyte GAFXA-UD3 Manual Online: Installing The Sata Raid/ahci Driver And Operating System. With the correct BIOS settings, you are ready to install. AMD Chipset Driver for Gigabyte GAFXA-UD3 (rev. AMD SATA RAID/AHCI Driver (Preinstall driver) for Gigabyte GAFXA-UD3 (rev.

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Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 AMD SATA RAID/AHCI Driver

I cannot install windows 7 x64 with AMD/ASUS RAID driver

Never update your bios version unless the release notes specifically mention fixing a problem you're having. Usually the only legitimate reason for updating the bios version is for it to support recognizing a CPU type your prevent bios version doesn't recognize properly.

Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 AMD SATA RAID/AHCI Windows

Never install a BETA a test version, not a final version bios update unless it's release notes mention fixing a problem you've having. The bios not detecting a hard drive at all while booting, - or - the bios detecting it while booting but not detecting that any partition on it is Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 AMD SATA RAID/AHCI, are two different situations. The latter situation can be caused by problems with the data on the hard drive.

Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 AMD SATA RAID/AHCI Driver Windows

If the hard drive you installed Windows 7 on had data on it previously, you might need to do something similar. What are the system recovery options in Windows 7? See the info about Startup Repair - run it.

I'm really beginning to think it;s the HDD. If yes, I looked at the manual for your mboard.

If that's not always your case, something else Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 AMD SATA RAID/AHCI wrong. If you're not always hearing the normal POST beep but you do sometimes, remove the AC power to the case, make sure your ram is fully seated, all your cards in mboard slots are fully seated, and all connectors from the power supply are fully seated in their sockets. If you do have one or more such video cards, which one s is are it theywhat is the max wattage capacity of your power supply?

What brand is your ram? This works, but I went another route because I'm not the smartest in this field. After that, I couldn't get it to load because it kept saying inaccessible drive for operating system.

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I let it restart for me and let it try to boot again. The second time it came up and asked if I wanted to view startup options. I booted the computer up in safe mode with networking, then restarted one more time and it worked.

I also set storahci to 3, but I'm not sure if this fixed or broke anything That said, yes this works, and also the people talking about mscahci or something in the regedit, I couldn't find msachi on my computer. I did have, however, storahci and Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 AMD SATA RAID/AHCI I messed with that. What started out as a request for guidance ended up with me solving my own problem.

Thought I may as well pass on my findings anyway just in case it helps somebody else in the same situation.

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So over the weekend, through a series of upgrades, I successfully hopped from Vista to Windows 10 Professional bit. But, as is not unusual, I again managed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.

I'm guessing the AHCI driver wasn't loaded during installation since the mode wasn't in use.

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