Last edited by mal93; 28th December 10 at Intel Core i5 K, Disk Drives: I have better speed with ports 1. Intel Core i5 K, Disk Drives: Known compatible sata chipsets Thanks for creating that list teajunkie most of taken some time to find all of that out. Please enter a reason for warning. MediaShield see my array, but in windows says that one drive that I changed port is missing.

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For whom are these driverpacks suitable? It should be possible to get these drivers installed without any problems no disabling of the “Driver Signature Enforcement” required!

If you are running ude installer of any nForce driverpack, you must not expect, that all nForce drivers of your OS will be updated by the drivers, which are within the set. Changed in kwin Ubuntu: I have searched the forum for the answers to some questions I have but can’t seem to find them, so here it goes: Just wanted to let ppl now.


Last edited by Stuntfly02; 25th November 10 at Results 1 to 20 of Sat Oct 12, 3: It is important that jcp61 reports be filed about source packages so that people interested in the package can find the bugs about it. Zitat von m1hn3a im Beitrag 6 2.

Bug # “Corrupted grapics in kde menus” : Bugs : kwin package : Ubuntu

See full activity log. That is why there are no newer nForce chipset driver packs available. I have better speed with ports 1. I have saa ports grouped: You may try the Sata ports 2 and 2.

After the next reboot all is done. Regards Fernando My current System: AMD Chipsets work also!

Thanks for the screenshots, which verify what I have already supected: Here you mxp61 new screenshot: You can find some hints about determining what package your bug might be about at https: Location Devon uk, hacking one farmers xbox at a time and a few inbreds too! You should check the SATA ports. Mon Dec 02, I made tests with Crystal Disk Mark.

In bios when I look at aray, it show Striping Mode. The installation of my driverpacks makes sense for owners of an nForce chipset mainboard, who ran into problems with Ode official packs for example NF4 users or who are searching for a driverpack combination, which gives them a better performance owners of all NF series chipsets.


nForce 430/410/405/400 – Windows XP/2000 32-Bit

The ROM is v5. Known compatible sata chipsets all id say is try it mate and then report back.

After I saat drivers, my array work like a charm. Maybe the installer will give you just the option to install 1 or 2 of the set drivers. Define the content of the pm-notification here. Sat Aug 12, 5: I doubt, that you have created a RAID0 array.

Ubuntu Foundations Team Bug Bot crichton wrote on The reason mentioned above will be used.