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Old 12-10-2002, 01:55 AM   #1
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Linux MSI KT3 Promise Raid as normal IDE controller.

I would like to use my MSI KT3 motherboard's on board IDE Promise 20276 raid controller as simply a normal IDE controller. I have read in several places on the net that this is possible, yet I have not found instructions on how to do so, and have not fingured it out myself.

I would appreciate any help anyone could provide.

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I would expect there to be some kind of BIOS setting(s) for the RAID controller. I am also assuming that you have already looked in the BIOS and motherboard manual to confirm this.
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Yeah, I looked in the bios, but all I have found is a way to enable/disable the controller.


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