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I'm still working minor bugs out of this system before I post to the working P4C800-E thread.

The minor headache I'm facing at the moment is that the Intel Application Accelerator RAID Edition will not install. It says that it can't find compatible hardware, but I do have the Intel 82801ER chipset. I also installed the latest INF utility right after installing Windows XP Home. I've tried IAAR versions 3.5, 3.5.1, and 3.5.2. I meet all of the requirements as listed in the readme files.

Would the non-RAID edition of the IAA be of any use?
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your motherboard has to chipsets one Intel and one Promise. If you have your HDDs connected to Promise chip controller then your Intel Application Accelerator RAID Edition its not going to find Intel chipset since there is nothing connected to it. If you want to set up RAID 1 or 0+1 then you will need to have your HDDs connected to Promise chipset connectors and if you want RAID 0 then you have option of using Intel or Promise. For Promise chipset make sure that you have new updated driver for asus web site.
 

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Thanks pelus, I actually think this thread went stale. It was sort of a dup, Mental already figured out here that he had to (a)have the ICH5R chipset, and (b)set it to RAID mode. Then the RAID version of IAA will install.

We think the non-RAID version of IAA will not install on any i875/865/848 etc. current-generation chipset family.

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Correct - non-RAID IAA will not support the newer chipsets "yet," as Intel reported to me.

The only way to use the IAA on the newer chipsets is to configure RAID off the Intel ports, then apply the IAAR.

And correct, this thread is so stale it smells funny. LOL
 
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