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JMicron SCSI/RAID Controller Causes Crash


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So about 4 months ago I built my own computer, got it setup, and it ran fine. I installed the operating System, installed like a charm. I started downloading drivers for my hardware and when I rebooted I got an error message saying something about missing file, I believe it said "command.com" or something. I narrowed the issue down to the JMicron SCSI/RAID controller drivers that caused this crash. So I got rid of the drivers and windows booted up fine, but I keep getting constant messages saying "New hardware installed" on PCI slot, when I have all the drivers for my Graphics card, Network card, and sound card (all PCI, Graphics card is PCI-E). What I want to know is how to stop these constant bickering messages because it seems the JMicron SCSI/RAID controller is looking for drivers, but I had already disabled that device, and it still keeps asking me to install drivers at bootup. It's not a serious problem, just more of a nuisance.
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is that raid controller a PCI card? if so...are you using it? if not can you remove it from the computer?
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No it's not a PCI card, it's integrated onto the MB but I don't use it.
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right click on my computer > choose manage > choose device manager> locate the raid controller, right click it and choose "uninstall". now reboot your computer and get into the bios (usually f2 or delete during boot up) look for a section about integrated peripherals and see if the raid controller is listed...if it is disable it
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