I'm having a very similar problem to the guy here. My setup:
- ASROCK extreme 6
- Intel Core i7-3770k
- 16 GB RAM
- 2x intel 330 120GB SSD
- NVIDIA GTX 680
I have confirmed that in the BIOS, the SATA controller is set to RAID (not AHCI).
Using the Intel Rapid Storage Technology tool, I combined the two drives into a raid0 volume. This is confirmed because when I restart, the raid volume shows up in the RST echo with the right size etc.
I have the Intel desktop SATA RAID controller driver loaded on a thumb drive.
When I load Windows 7 setup, it sees the 223GB array as one volume, but requires a driver. I put in the thumb drive, it recognizes that a compatible driver is on the thumb drive, I load it and get this error message:
Windows cannot be installed to this disk. This computers hardware may not support booting to this disk. Ensure that the disk's controller is enabled in the computer's BIOS menu`
What can I do?
In the other thread, the guy said it was solved by removing the USB drive, which I've tried with no success.