I have been running Win7 Home Premium on RAID array
I've partitioned another RAID Array to use for a fresh install of Windows 10 Pro
When I put Windows 10 media in the DVD, it sees no Storage, but allows to "Load Drivers"
I loaded the Drivers I got from :
I loaded the SATA (not the NVMe) onto USB :
Directory of F:\
10/23/2019 03:07 PM 2,889 rccfg.inf
10/23/2019 03:15 PM 30,472 rccfg.sys
10/23/2019 03:15 PM 10,518 rccfg.cat
10/23/2019 03:07 PM 3,865 rcraid.inf
10/23/2019 03:15 PM 550,152 rcraid.sys
10/23/2019 03:15 PM 10,165 rcraid.cat
10/23/2019 03:07 PM 3,366 rcbottom.inf
10/23/2019 03:15 PM 87,304 rcbottom.sys
10/23/2019 03:15 PM 10,438 rcbottom.cat
But the Windows 10 install won't take any of these drivers if I select them, and hides them if I check "Hide Drivers..."
If I try the original drivers that came with the A88X motherboard , the Windows 10 installation doesn't even see them at all, whether I click hide or not. (= AMD A88X Chipset Support DVD Rev 1128.03, which on the DVD it says supports up to Win 8.1)
Is there a driver for the onboard SATA Raid that will actually work with Windows 10 ?
I've been looking everywhere but so far this was the closest I could find , but these drivers appear to be for newer Chipsets & hardware than what I have.
Any help would be appreciated.
OK problem solved - my mistake was looking on AMD site for Drivers, when I needed to be looking on ASUS site, since ASUS is the motherboard manufacturer
I downloaded the Driver on to my USB & the install found everything OK