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famusc
05-17-07, 02:40 PM
Here are raid drivers v. 9.92 for Vista x64 and x86 WHQL.
There also updated mediashield application.

They solved the drives-off problem at reboot.

Nvidia_9.92_WHQL_Vista_x64 (http://rapidshare.com/files/31858752/Nvidia_9.92_WHQL_Vista_x64.rar)
Nvidia_9.92_WHQL_Vista_x86 (http://rapidshare.com/files/31890348/Nvidia_9.92_WHQL_Vista_x86.rar)

AdamK47
05-17-07, 04:11 PM
Hmmm... you seem to be "connected" and "in-the-know" with driver releases. Thanks for this driver! It gets annoying waiting and hearing my drives spin up after rebooting.

verncat
05-17-07, 05:28 PM
Is there a 9.92 version for 32bit Vista?

famusc
05-17-07, 05:46 PM
I think there's one some posts before this one.

famusc
05-17-07, 05:59 PM
I saw it was a different version. Post update with 32 bit version. Moderators please rename the thread.

verncat
05-17-07, 08:07 PM
Downloading the 32bit version now. Thanks!

Shawn

DHP
05-20-07, 02:29 AM
Doesn't fix nothing here.

Still spinning up RAID0 disks @ reboot. :(

Maybe I should start thinking of selling my RAID disks and buy a Raptor X... Vista RAID performance is a sh*tload slower as XP RAID.

TheMaxx32000
05-20-07, 07:54 AM
Doesn't fix nothing here.

Still spinning up RAID0 disks @ reboot. :(

Maybe I should start thinking of selling my RAID disks and buy a Raptor X... Vista RAID performance is a sh*tload slower as XP RAID.


Maybe you should also look for an installation guide, as you cannot install these drivers by clicking setup.exe.... :cool:

TheMaxx32000
05-20-07, 07:56 AM
Here is the exact procedure (detected by TheMaxx32000) for a simultaneous update of the nForce S-ATA and RAID drivers:

Open the "Device Manager", select "View" and check the "Show hidden devices" option.

Open the "Storage Controllers" section and update the "NVIDIA RAID Controller" device and ALL listed devices named "NVIDIA RAID DEVICE" by loading the SATARAID driver folder of your prepared new nForce driver package. DO NOT REBOOT!

Check the driver version of all previous mentioned devices to verify, that all of them have properly updated drivers.

NOW YOU CAN REBOOT.

Have fun with the updated nForce S-ATA and RAID drivers.

quiqsilver
05-20-07, 02:28 PM
Actually, setup.exe works fine.
http://img385.imageshack.us/img385/8853/992qc3.jpg

DHP
05-20-07, 05:45 PM
Actually, setup.exe works fine.


:thumbsup:

verncat
05-20-07, 08:10 PM
Same here, the setup.exe worked without issue.

AdamK47
05-22-07, 09:14 PM
Apparently nVidia RAID drivers do not like QuickTime. Playing any .mov file from the array causes a "buffer overrun detected" error. If I copy the .mov file to my flash drive it plays just fine. Browsing the Apple support forums seems to confirm that there are others using RAID in Vista with the same problem.

Hapatingjaky
05-23-07, 06:04 PM
Apparently nVidia RAID drivers do not like QuickTime. Playing any .mov file from the array causes a "buffer overrun detected" error. If I copy the .mov file to my flash drive it plays just fine. Browsing the Apple support forums seems to confirm that there are others using RAID in Vista with the same problem.

Works fine here, no issues with .mov files.

AdamK47
05-23-07, 06:39 PM
Works fine here, no issues with .mov files.

Is that playing the large (1080p) .mov directly from the array and not streamed?

Hapatingjaky
05-24-07, 09:10 AM
Is that playing the large (1080p) .mov directly from the array and not streamed?

I just downloaded the 1080p Pirates trailer ( not streamed ) and played it on my new BenQ FP241VW. Using 158.43 and 9.92 Vista X64 driver, haven't had any issues.

AdamK47
08-06-07, 10:48 AM
I am happy to report that the 995 drivers from Windows Update fix the "buffer overrun detected" error with Quicktime in Vista with my RAID array.

bigjohns97
08-07-07, 05:54 PM
I am liking these windows update sata/raid drivers also.

AdamK47
08-08-07, 10:38 AM
Although I no longer get a buffer overrun error in Quicktime anymore I do get a Vista error immediatly upon opening a .mov file from the array. The error is a fatal error related to the array that pops up in the system tray. It doesn't seem to stop any functionality. After the error pops up I can play the .mov file just fine.