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NMeye3
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I've have two 750s installed in RAID 0, bootable - does the IRST driver replace the nvme driver or should I be installing both?

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I have seemingly successfully installed two 750's as a bootable RAID 0 volume. To do so, I installed the latest IRST driver. When I went to install the nvme driver I received an error, I think it said something about not being able to locate an appropriate device ( I can get the specific error message if necessary). After doing a little research, my initial thoughts are that one should only install either the IRST driver or the nvme driver, not both; and that the nvme driver is only for ssd drives that are not in RAID, is this correct?

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AP16
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If you setup RAID in RST BIOS, RST hides NVME drivers from system (due PCIE-to-SATA remap), only RST driver needed. But if you want to setup RAID from Windows, you should first install NVME, then RST.

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AP16
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If you setup RAID in RST BIOS, RST hides NVME drivers from system (due PCIE-to-SATA remap), only RST driver needed. But if you want to setup RAID from Windows, you should first install NVME, then RST.

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NMeye3
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Thanks for the reply JFFulcrum! I'm new to this forum (and forums in general). It seems like it is up to me to mark your answer as correct, and so I did.

Out of my own curiosity, if you know of any resources that discuss your answer in further detail, please let me know.

Thanks greatly for your time!

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