Sorry for my English: So when I try to update to the newer drivers taken from the promise site as I read the asus one had a small problem , driver install fails because the driver is not trusted. Thanks for the info. Sign in with Twitter. I have tried everything I can think of. Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies. Your problem is solved, simply install these drivers.

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Thanks again for the help. Also, in case you want to have another hard disk in, i assume, by creating another array with just a single hard disk the new one will be fine. The driver installed for this device is not compatible with Windo ws 7″.

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In the bios i have set the promise chipset to operate in IDE mode. Can someone tell me how to get this working? The place to find device driver updates.

I tried about 3 times and still no luck. If I go back into the bios and enable the Promise controller again then I am pretty sure XP will not come back up normal again. Having a problem logging in?

It sort of has to be it seems like. When I work up the patience again Prkmise might try x86 but looks like there are only a couple ATA drivers and possibly unsigned. The driver on the Asus page is from Therefore, they will be erased. Thanks – back to work.

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Already have an account? I don’t seem to be able to get the driver for the S-ATA ports to load. Windows 7 Ultimate x After this reboot, it never comes back, and continues rebooting Pgomise how I got them to work. I tried getting the Promise driver to load but can’t seem to get it to do so, or if I did then something is amis.


I usually do a pretty straight forward install and do not need to do back flips through flaming hoops. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section oromise covers a wide range of tips and tricks.

This thread is locked. Looks like others are in the same boat, maybe this info will help Did this solve your problem?

You can follow promiise question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. My wife hates to see me tinkering with the computer. Thanks Terry “Mad” wrote: I usually recover from the trips to the unknown but it is always with more stress than is friendly. Use the asus cd that came with the board. I understand computers pretty well but this has me baffeled. Sign in with Twitter.