Updating bios and raid
Consult your Motherboard Manual Before Making Changes Editing the system BIOS and motherboard settings improperly can result in system failure.
Be sure to read your motherboard's manual thoroughly before attempting to flash your BIOS or update your motherboard's chipset drivers.
If you are not comfortable in performing the steps indicated by your motherboard's manual, please contact your motherboard manufacturer or system assembler for assistance.
The often times requires a floppy drive to be installed on the system.Please visit your motherboard manufacturer's website for instructions on how to check your BIOS version and for tools you can use to safely update your BIOS.Chipset drivers are responsible for controlling communication between various components in your system: the processor, the video card, the hard drives, PCI devices and system memory.Keeping these drivers up to date is important - especially if you are experiencing generally sluggish system performance.Please visit your motherboard manufacturer's website to determine what type of chipset your motherboard has and where you can find the most recent drivers for it.Many motherboards use the Nvidia n Force platform for the chipset.Drivers are available directly from Nvidia, under n Force drivers: lang=en-us While installing these drivers, you may be prompted to install the Nvidia Network Access Manager.We do not recommend installing that component because the Nvidia Network Access Manager has been known to cause issues with Steam.AMD AHCI Compatible RAID controller have limitations compared to hard disk controllers of different manufacturers.By using this controller (and especially with an older driver for AMD AHCI Compatible RAID controller), only limited hard disk information reported.