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Win7 & nVRaid - Installation Guide

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@ all users with an nForce2, nForce3 or nForce4 RAID system:

Preliminary notes

The now officially available final version of Windows 7 seems to be the best Windows OS yet and has plenty of actual drivers in-the-box, which makes it very easy for the big majority of users to get it installed without any problem onto nearly each hardware configuration with an nForce chipset.

Nevertheless there are a lot of nForce chipset mainboard owners, who ran already or will run into problems, if they try to get Win7 (32bit or 64bit) installed by booting off the OS DVD:
NForce2/3/4 RAID systems are not supported by Win7 (32/64bit).
Win7 Setup will not detect the RAID by just booting off the DVD!

Important Update (dated 16th March 2011):
The recently published SP1 versions of Windows 7 do contain updated in-box nForce SATA and RAID drivers v10.6.0.18, which seem to support some or even all nForce4 RAID systems from scratch. According to the report made by nForcersHQ Forum member Milhouse his nForce4 RAID array has been detected automaticly by the Win7 SP1 Setup (for details you may look into >this< thread.)
Since we don't yet know, which special nForce4 chipsets now are completely compatible with the updated Win7 SP1 in-box nForce SATA and RAID drivers v10.6.0.18, we need more feedback from nForce4 RAID users. Please report your experience into this thread.


Meanwhile some nForce4 RAID users have reported in different threads of this Forum about their experience with the installation of Win7 and gave some important informations about how they succeeded at least. The test results submitted by HHawk, mydian, StickmanOMG, Shadohd, jonathantompson, Phorze, Nohope, Ludo1701, 1337phreak, frustrated, trax, nightwing, greig2000_uk and Poser were the basis of this new guide. Thanx for their efforts and interesting findings!

Since nobody else has done it yet, I have started this new thread. My intention was
  1. to concentrate all nForce RAID related Win7 installation problems and their possible solution into 1 single thread (makes it easier for the users and the "helpers") and
  2. to present somewhere an actual guide about how to get Win7 installed onto an nForce RAID system, which is not detected automaticly by the Win7 Setup.
Although I am the starter of this thread, I don't want to support it for a longer period, because I don't have an nForce RAID system myself anymore. As soon as someone else is willing to overtake this task, please let me know it.


General infomations

Here are some informations regarding the support of the various nForce Raid systems by Win7:
  • Both final Win7 versions (x86 and x64) have new in-box nForce S-ATA and RAID drivers v10.6.0.16 dated 05/12/2009, which do fully support all actual nForce chipsets and nForce SataRAID systems. Consequently nearly all users with an nForce4xx/5xx/6xx/7xx SataRaid system don't need to load any separate nForce IDE driver or patch to get Win7 installed onto their system by booting off the OS DVD.
  • nForce2 Raid, nForce3 Raid and nForce4 PataRaid systems are not supported at all by the in-box nForce IDE drivers of Win7 (the same as with Vista). Nevertheless there might be a (painful) way to get Win7 x86 and even Win7 x64 installed onto nForce2/3 SataRaid and nForce4 PataRaid systems (for details you may look into part I point c of this guide).
  • nForce SataRaid systems on mainboards with the option to create S-ATA and P-ATA RAID arrays simultaneously (=LEGACY mode nForce SataRaid systems) are not fully supported by the Win7 in-box nForce IDE drivers. Affected users will realize that, when the Win7 Setup routine will not detect the RAID devices/partitions automaticly. These users have to load either a special nForce IDE driver or a patch (for details see below).
  • Only WHQL certified nForce IDE drivers, which are designed for Win7 or Vista, can be successfully loaded during the installation of Win7. Other drivers will not be accepted by the Win7 Setup routine.
Important for newbies:
Before you continue reading this guide, you should verify, if you really have an nForce RAID system. There are a lot of nForce chipset mainboards with different RAID controllers (mostly from NVIDIA and Silicon Image). Assure yourself, that your S-ATA hdd's are connected to the nForce RAID ports and not to other RAID connectors as Sil3112/3114, otherwise your RAID won't be detected by loading any nForce SataRaid driver mentioned within this guide.


Guide for a clean install of Win7 (32/64bit)
Last update: 01/21/2014

I. Installation onto an nForce RAID array
(especially for "LEGACY mode" nForce SataRaid systems)

Preconditions:
  • Win7 can be installed onto each available spacious partition, but the active boot partition (normally on drive C) has to be within the nForce RAID array and should have the NTFS file system.
  • The RAID has to be set as bootable (within the RAID configuration tool) and as first bootable HDD (within the mainboard BIOS option "HARD DISK BOOT PRIORITY").
  • Since the nVRaid BIOS (newer name: MediaShield IDE ROM) is part of the mainboard BIOS, you should check, if you have flashed the latest available mainboard BIOS version.
  • Win7 Setup needs a rock stable system during the installation. If you have an overclocked system or critical RAM sticks, you will get BSOD's, missing files or sudden reboots during the Win7 installation.
  • Users reported about problems during the Win7 installation, when the Setup routine detected other storage devices (RAIDed or non-RAIDed hdd's, USB devices, card readers etc.) outside the RAID array.
    Suggestion: Unplug all storage devices outside the active RAID array and disable all unneeded controllers within BIOS before you begin with the installation of Win7.
Preparations:

Since none of the currently vailable Win7 versions has nForce SataRaid drivers "in the box", which are suitable for all nForce chipsets, users with an old (= Legacy type) nForce Raid system should do the following preparations:
  1. Creation of the "LEGACY Patch Boot Floppy/CD"
    Download the small Patch file package from >here<, unzip it and burn the ISO file as bootable CD. Alternatively you can create a bootable floppy disk with the patch by running the make_floppy.bat file, which is within the package too.
    This "LEGACY Patch Boot Floppy/CD" can be used with Win7 x86 and Win7 x64.
    Notice:
    The LEGACY Patch method has been developed and published by nForcersHQ Forum member hwti in November 2006.
  2. Preparation of special WHQL signed nForce SATA and RAID drivers
    1. for the 32bit version of Win7 (x86)
      • nForce4 SataRAID systems:
        Users with such system should download the 32bit Win7Vista SATA_IDE and SATARAID drivers v9.98 dated 08/09/2007 from >here<.
      • nForce2-3 Sata/PataRAID and nForce4 PataRAID systems:
        These users may download the last WHQL signed XP nForce 2-4 IDE drivers v5.21 dated 03/14/2005 from >here<.
    2. for the 64bit version of Win7 (x64)
      • nForce4 SataRAID systems:
        The suitable 64bit Vista SATA_IDE and SATARAID drivers v9.98 can be downloaded from >here<.
      • nForce3 SataPataRAID and nForce4 PataRAID:
        Unfortunately there are no suitable 64bit WHQL certified drivers available. Users with such configuration probably will not be able to get Win7 x64 installed this way.
    Unzip the downloaded driverpack (don't mix the 32/64bit version!) and copy the complete driver folders onto an empty USB stick. Alternatively you can copy the content of the appropriate driver folder(s) onto a separate floppy disk.
Now you are hopefully well prepared for a successful Win7 installation.

Additional preparation tips:
  • According to the user pfs2001 the later OS installation may fail, if the RAID array had been created with another NVIDIA MediaShield version. So it will be a good idea to delete the old RAID array and to create a new one, before nForce4 RAID users try to get Windows 7 or Windows 8 installed.
  • Please look into the tips, which were given by the nForcersHQ member DabHand. You will find them on top of >this< page.
  • It is a good idea to prepare an empty partition of your Raid array for the later Win7 installation before beginning with the Win7 Setup by booting off the DVD. This preparation is not really needed, but it makes it easier for you. (You can create, delete and format any RAID partition during the Vista installation too. You will get these options when the Vista Setup shows the correct list of your existing partitions and you have hit the "Advanced" button).
    Run any OS of your Raid and create a new partition (minimal space requirement: 25 GB, better are 50-80 GB) or do a quick format of an equivalent and not needed existing partition. Be aware to format the designed Win7 installation place with NTFS file system.
Different Win7 Installation methods:

a) NForce4 RAID standard installation procedure
(adopted from nForcersHQ member Poser)
  1. Boot off the WIN7 DVD.
  2. When you are asked where you want to get Win7 installed and you won't see your RAID array(s) and RAID partitions, plug in the prepared USB stick or floppy disk with the SATA_IDE driver v9.98.
  3. Hit the "load driver" button.
    Attention: Be aware of loading the correct driver package (Win7 x86 needs 32bit drivers, Win7 x64 needs 64bit ones!).
  4. Point to the SATA_IDE driver folder content of your prepared USB stick or floppy disk. You will get a popup window, where the "NVIDIA nForce Serial ATA Controller" is shown as compatible device.
  5. Select the compatible device and let Win7 Setup load the prepared driver.
  6. After having loaded the driver (maybe you have to hit the "Refresh" button), you should see all hard disk devices and RAID partitions of your computer (if not, you may have to restart the Win7 installation by booting off the prepared "LEGACY Patch Boot Floppy/CD", for details see below).
  7. REMOVE YOUR USB STICK /FLOPPY DISK BEFORE PROCEEDING.
  8. Use the "Advanced options" button and format the partition, where you want Win7 to get installed.
    Important: You should use the "format" option at this point even if you have done it already before by using another OS or a tool like Acronis Disk Director Suite, because Win7 has a slightly different NTFS file system.
  9. Select the just formatted partition and let Win7 install onto it.
  10. The rest will Win7 Setup do by its own. Even the restarts should not induce any problem.

Once Win7 is up, you should do a look into the "IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers" and "Storage Controllers" sections of the Device Manager (choose the "View" > "Show hidden devices" option):
You will see the following devices:
  • "NVIDIA nForce Serial ATA Controller(s)" using the nForce SATA driver v9.98 and
  • "NVIDIA nForce RAID Controller(s)" and "NVIDIA RAID Devices" (maybe with the names of the RAIDed hdds) using the in-box nForce RAID driver v10.6.0.xx.
Although at the end of this installation method Win7 is using different nForce SATA and RAID driver versions, you should be able to work with this new OS nevertheless.

b) Special LEGACY Patch method for nForce4 RAID systems:
(detected and reported by the nForcersHQ members aksal and crisao23)
  1. Boot off the "LEGACY Patch Boot Floppy or CD" you have prepared (see above).
  2. When prompted, remove the Patch Boot Floppy/CD, insert the Win7 DVD and press any key.
    The computer will now boot Win7 Setup from DVD similar to a non-LEGACY mode nForce RAID system.
  3. Although the RAID and its partitions will already been detected, you should hit the "load driver" button.
    Attention: Be aware of loading the correct driver package (Win7 x86 needs 32bit drivers, Win7 x64 needs 64bit ones!).
  4. Point to the SATARAID driver folder content of your prepared USB stick or floppy disk. You will get a popup window, where all compatible NVIDIA RAID and SATA are shown.
    Select all compatible devices and let Win7 Setup load the prepared SATARAID drivers.
  5. If the device named "NVIDIA nForce Serial ATA Controller" will not been shown as compatible while loading the content of the SATARAID folder, you need to load additionally the content of the prepared SATA_IDE driver folder. Choose the device, which is shown as compatible. It should be the NVIDIA nForce S-ATA Controller.
  6. After having loaded the drivers you should still see all hard disk devices and RAID partitions of your computer.
  7. REMOVE YOUR USB STICK /FLOPPY DISK BEFORE PROCEEDING.
  8. Use the "Advanced options" button and format the partition, where you want Win7 to get installed. Choose the partition where you want to get Vista installed.
  9. The Win7 installation hopefully will finalize without any problem. According to aksal there is no need to insert the LEGACY Patch Boot Foppy/CD again, when the computer is going to reboot.
At the end you have a Win7 installation, which will use the v9.98 instead of the in-box nForce SATA and RAID drivers. Contrary to the easier "Standard installation procedure" you will be able to update the v9.98 nForce IDE drivers to the customized v9.99.09, which seem to be the best choice for NF4 chipsets.

c) Last option: Installation of Win7 by using XP drivers:
(not yet certified for each configuration, but this method may work with all NF2-4 Sata/PataRAID systems)
Since the normal Setup of Windows 7 (32/64bit) does not accept any XP (32/64bit) drivers, you have to start the Win7 (32/64bit) installation from within a running Windows XP (for Win7 x86) resp. Windows XP x64 (for Win7 x64). So you additionally will need a Windows XP or XP x64 CD (depending on the Win7 version you want to get installed at least).
Here is the procedure:
  • Install Windows XP resp. XP x64 by using an OS CD with integated WHQL certified nForce SATA/PATA and RAID drivers. I recommend to use a tool like nLite. For details of the exact integration procedure you may look here.
  • Once XP (32/64bit) is up, yo can start the Win7 (32/64bit) installation by running the SETUP.EXE of the DVD.
  • Although your RAID array and its partitions will be detected by Win7 Setup, you have to load the original WHQL certified XP nForce SATA/PATA and RAID drivers (otherwise you will get a BSOD at next reboot). Choose all devices, which are shown to be compatible. Users with an nForce4 SataRAID system should let Win7 Setup load at first the SATARAID and then the SATA_IDE driver folder.
  • If the XP drivers have been accepted by Win7 Setup, the rest of the Win7 (32/64bit) installation will run by its own.
II. Installation outside the nForce RAID array

Users, who want to install Win7 outside the nForce RAID array, should be able to get Win7 up without any problems and without the need to load any drivers, but they will not see the RAID partitions and datas within their Windows Explorer and Disk Management.
The problem can be solved by installing the needed and appropriate nForce SATA and RAID drivers from within Win7. This can be done either by running the installer of a suitable Vista/Win7 nForce chipset driver set or manually from within the Device Manager.
The details about the installation/update of nForce SataRAID drivers are layed down within the start post of >this< thread.

Important information:
Due to the big volume of this start post I had to swap out the formerly included Annex I and Annex II parts.
The "Guide for NF2/NF3 RAID and NF4 PataRAID users" (Annex I) and the "MediaShield/Raidtool installation guide" (Annex II) now can be found >here<.


As always: Any feedback is much appreciated!

Have fun with Win7 on your nForce RAID array!

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Post by Fernando 1 »

@ Poser:

Thank you very much for your reply and for your very accurate description of the way how you succeeded with the installation of Win7 onto your LEGACY mode nForce4 RAID system.
This seems to be a very good guide and will be helpful for other nForce RAID users.

There are only a few things, which I would like to comment:
Poser wrote:1. Download Fernandos WHQL PERFORMANCE PACK (RAID FLAVOR)
The correct name of these Vista 32/64bit driverpacks is "Special NF4 RAID WHQL Driverpack". None of them is a "Performance Pack".
Poser wrote:6. At this point you should be able to see your ARRAY (If not, then you may have to use the Vista SATA boot disk...
What you certainly mean is the "LEGACY Patch Boot CD".

Thanks again for your contribution!

If you don't want to start a new thread by your own, I will change the title of this thread and will put your "guide" into the first post of this thread. Do you agree?

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@ Poser:

Thanks for everything you have done. Your short "How-to" is very suitable for the users of this Forum. =D>
I totally accept, that you don't want to create a complete guide and to keep it updated.


@ all nForce RAID users:

If nobody should be willing to start a new "Win7 & nVRaid" thread with a complete guide, I will overtake this task for you.
Nevertheless I need your help, because I am not able to test anything myself due to the lack of any nForce chipset mainboard.

Please post here your experiences with the installation of Win7 onto or outside your RAID array (don't forget to mention your nForce chipset details).

Thanks in advance!
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@ Poser:

That's ok. You have done a lot for this Forum by trying a lot of different Win7 installation options until you found at least the best way and by writing the results into this thread. :D
I would be fine, if you will have the time to do some more tests by request. If I need you, I will send you a PM.

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trax wrote:fantastic! the method 1 work very well! tnx Fernando!
seven 7000 x86 - dfi lanparty nF4ultra-d
Thanks for your feedback!
EDIT
(the dual boot with xp is not recognized from seven boot loader I have tried vistabootpro and easybcd without success...surely my incapability it works only manually hiding the partitions)
This is an issue of Win7: It "forgets" to give the physical boot partition (in your case the XP partition) a drive letter. That is why you will not see the XP partition within the Windows Explorer. Even EasyBCD and VistaBootPro are not able to "repair" the boot sector, because they don't see the natively drive C.
The problem can easily be solved:
1. Open the Disk Management.
2. Do a right click onto the drive without drive letter.
3. Give it a free drive letter.
4. Reboot.
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@ vanden:

On behalf of all NF2-3 RAID users I want to thank you for your remarkable results and your report how to get Vista/Win7 installed onto an nForce2 Pata/SataRAID array.
Because of your findings I have just updated my guide about the Vista installation onto nVRAID systems. I will update the start post of this thread too, but I want to wait some days until I get enough feedback from Vista users.


@ all users with an NF2-3 PataRAID/SataRAID or NF4 PataRAID array:

The ANNEX I part of this Vista installation guide seems to be fully usable for the installation of Win7 too.
Please test my just built and uploaded special 32bit NF2-4 and 64bit NF3-4 driverpacks, which should be used to get the needed nForce Pata/SataRAID drivers installed. You will find the download links within the ANNEX I part of my Vista guide.
If you want, I can add the Ethernet and SMBus drivers to my new driverpacks, but for now I want to know, if the installer will be able to get the SataRAID/PataRAID drivers correctly installed.

Any feedback is much appreciated!

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@ all nForce4 RAID users:

Has anyone tried to load the brandnew nForce IDE drivers v10.3.0.46?
If yes, did/do they work for you?
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dajife wrote:
Fernando 1 wrote:@ all nForce4 RAID users:
Has anyone tried to load the brandnew nForce IDE drivers v10.3.0.46?
If yes, did/do they work for you?
Yes, I posted my experiences with this drivers in"nForce 15.25 WHQL up at nVidia" topic.
Are working very good with my system, win 7 x64 7057.
I have two disks in RAID0.
I haven't tested a clean install with this drivers because in-box nForce SATA drivers of Win7 recognize my RAID.
Ok, so obviously are a lucky nForce4 RAID user. Thanks for your feedback nevertheless.
What I really want to know is, if nForce4 AMD Ultra chipset users, whose RAID has not been detected by the in-box drivers, are able to use these brandnew nForce IDE drivers v10.3.0.46 from sctatch.
If yes, that would be a real break-through for all nForce4 RAID users with the consequence for me to update both guides about how to get Vista and Win7 installed onto a LEGACY mode nForce RAID array.

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legierk wrote:I installed Windows 7 on my A8N32 SLI Deluxe with no drivers at all and it works flawlessly (N4 chipset). Anyhow, not sure what benefit your driverpack here would do.
Thanks for your report.
Important question: Did you install Windows 7 onto a NVIDIA RAID array?
If not, your findings are not a big surprise. If yes, this would verify, that not all NF4 RAID systems are affected by the issue, that their RAID is not detected by the in-box nForce SataRAID drivers. Your mainboard has an nForce4 x16 SLI chipset.
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Post by Fernando 1 »

@ kishin7:

Welcome at nForcersHQ Forum!

Unfortunately you didn't mention the chipset of your mainboard, but I assume, that it is an nForce4 AMD one.
Since we do not know much about the best procedure for LEGACY mode nForce RAID systems to get Windows 7 completely working with the RAID, it is not easy for me to give you any advice.
This is what I would do:
Try to replace the nForce SATA driver v10.3.0.42 by any other suitable nForce SATA driver version (v9.98 WHQL or v9.99.09 customized) from within the Device Manager.
By the way:
It was a big mistake to install NVIDIA's 15.23 pack, because the included nForce IDE drivers are crap.

Good luck!
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