I am attempting to setup and use the “HyperDuo” feature see link looks like a great idea in theory lol. It would be great to get this Sata card to function, but I need to access the Marvell bios to setup the card. So the system is picking up that it is installed. I don’t know how it’s missing. It’s not evident to me
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I am attempting to setup and use the “HyperDuo” feature see link looks like a great idea in theory lol. I’ll do my best.
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I have no idea why it’s not showing in your BIOS Now I got the PM. Shouldn’t the Marvell Raid bios be avilable in this motherboard?
Essentials Only Rajd Version. User Control Panel Log out. Be the Last One Standing: It would be great to get this Sata card to function, but I need to access the Marvell bios to setup the card. So the system is picking up that it is installed.
If you do not see whats in the image below then try removing the raid card and see if it shows up then. Forums Posts Latest Posts.
FTW3 Logo peel off. I don’t know how it’s missing.
how can I get into “Marvell Raid” bios?
See, most mainboards nowadays faid onboard software RAID functionality to some degree. Take your raid card out and see if the bios option shows then.
That happened with various hardware rid on various mainboards before, as example if a USB controller was disabled mafvell whole settings menu entrys corresponding to this hub controller were invisible as you cannot change settings to something which is, by another overriding option forced to work in this or that way – or to be disabled.
I have spoken to Kouteck. It’s not evident to me With the card installed is it shown in device manager??
You can also try to press “Break” the key as it stops the POST marvelll everything prior to the windows boot until you press another key mostly enter again. Do you possibly have an older BIOS version, not the actual one? I have the BIOS too and it shows up.
I have done what you suggested There is a built in Marvell controller on the motherboard that controls the e-SATA connections, it’s possible you have a conflict because two Marvell controllers are present. View More Photo Galleries.
I am unable to see the Marvell raid prior to windows boot. If it does, then disable the e-sata and reinstall the card. Good to read things that are too fast otherwise.
In BIOS navigate to the advanced tab then to onboard devices. They, kindly, suggested I need to make some adjustment in my mobo bios fd enable access to the marvell raid bios I’ll just keep swinging at it until it wears me out Haven’t received registration validation E-mail?