I am sorry you are having problems with the HDD when connecting it to your system but let me help you.
Here we have a special situation. It happens that when using the X79 Chipset boards it is necessary to setup the RAID with the F6 drivers.
There is a special configuration that you need to follow to have the F6 drivers and have the raid configuration set. Here you can check the information:
If you’re using the HDD as storage device only, you need to install the USB 3.0 drivers. You can get it here:
Thanks for the help
I just want to make sure
the instructions in:
tell me how to make a new raid volume from internal hardrives and not external??
for some odd reason the drivers you gave me tell me:
"this computer does not meet minimum requirements for installing the software"..
Changing to raid on an existing non-raid machine almost ruined everything...
When doing the a RAID volume From CTRL-I will wipe out all the information you have. If you change the Chipset mode from AHCI to RAID mode it most likely will not boot so it is something you need to keep in mind.