Ohla.. So I've gone through hell and back and can't get this to work. I've reinstalled windows like 5 times but nothing seems to work so now I'm looking for help..
I'm running a fully updated Windows 10 installed in Raid mode on an Asus P5Q-Deluxe motherboard. Bios is latest version.. Raid1.
In the raid setup my two 3TB drives (same modell) show up as one drive. All though it shows as 746gb instead of 3tb.
Problem nr2: In the bios the raid shows as 1 drive. But when I sign in to Windows they are 2 sepparate drives in Windows DIsk Manager...????
Problem Nr 3: when I run the latest version of Intel Rapid Storage Technology Driver it says it's a successfull installation but after reboot I get BSOD saying Boot device is not working so that's not an option..
What am I missing, please help! Thanks in advance..
1. RAID size limitation, there is a 2TB size limitation per volume but if you did not enable UEFI in BIOS or there is no UEFI at all, this might be expected.
2. This could be related to the volume or hard drive size.
3.The latest Intel® Rapid Storage supported by your motherboard model would be version 11.6
The latest version 14.6 was developed for PCH controllers.