I have an AMD 3900x based system running on a Gigabyte Aorus Pro Wifi x570 motherboard. When I built the system I used a SATA SSD for my Windows system drive, and created an NVME RAID 0 pair for storage. This all worked fine until I decided to upgrade my boot drive from SSD to NVME. I re-installed windows, installed the chipset drivers, installed the RAID drivers (now version 220.127.116.11)…and the installer times out. No drivers installed.
I got RAIDXpert2 to install manually by running it's setup separately, but it still says "Unable to find rccfg RAID driver."
Annoyingly, the RAID 0 array still shows up fine if I boot from my old SATA system drive. Why can't I get Windows to install the RAID drivers on my new NVME system drive?
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I've just added drives that I'd like to RAID, but leave my boot drive and original Windows install intact.
RAIDXpert2 gives me the same error.