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Old 05-15-2012, 05:28 PM   #1
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Default Having trouble booting two Raid-0 discs on Asrock Z77 Ex4 UEFI

I am trying to boot up a newly built system on two Seagate Barracuda 320GB hard drives set up previously on my last system as Raid 0. The Asrock UEFI does not recognize this configuration despite the fact that I went into the Storage Configuration option and tried and enable it.

My Settings show:

SATA mode selection: RAID
SATA agressive link power management: Enabled

ASmedia SATA3 Mode: AHCI
SATA Boot ROM: Disabled

SATA3_0: Not Detected
SATA3_1: M4-CT128M4SSD2 (My new 128gb sdd no windows)
SATA2_2: ST3320620AS (One of the 320gb HD)
SATA2_5: ST3320620AS (One of the 320gb HD)
SATA3_A0: Not Detected
SATA3_A1: Not Detected

In the Boot menu, there is no option to boot off of the Seagate hardrives in Raid.

Thanks for your help
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Old 05-15-2012, 08:02 PM   #2
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I should also mention that after playing around with a few of the settings, no picture is showing up on my Sony Bravia TV through HDMI as it was previously, I tried clearing CMOS with no change. I unplugged all SATA cables except for the two harddrives I want to boot on.

The error code on Dr. Debug is A2 which is IDE Detect
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