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Can't switch from RAID: Acer Predator Triton 700

such_chrissuch_chris Posts: 2Member New User
edited January 1 in Predator Laptops
I cant seem to find any way to switch these two SSDs out of their RAID0 configuration. There does not seem to be any option for it in BIOS. I'm hoping someone here knows how to swicth a Predator Triton 700's SSDs into an AHCI configuration.

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  • JollytimeJollytime Posts: 2Member New User
    Whole crap is anyone from Acer ever going to answer this?
  • Acer-MannyAcer-Manny Posts: 1,081Acer Crew

    Acer Crew

    edited January 2
    Hi all,

    Unfortunately, theirs no option in the BIOS to change it to AHCI configuration.

    We apologized for any inconveniences this may cause.


    Acer_Manny 

  • kumikumikumikumi Posts: 2Member New User
    I'm having the same problem. I recently managed to delete the existing raid0 configuration and installed Windows on one of the drives. However, BIOS still reports that the drives are in "RAID" mode, and neither of the drives is visible on Linux (booted from USB). (The messages I get from dmesg are "Found 2 remapped NVMe devices." and "Switch your BIOS from RAID to AHCI mode to use them." ) Any actual help how to do the switch would be appreciated.
    Hi all,

    Unfortunately, theirs no option in the BIOS to change it to AHCI configuration.

    Wow, you're a smart one aren't you.
  • garrickgarrick Posts: 10Member

    Tinkerer

    kumikumi said:
    I'm having the same problem. I recently managed to delete the existing raid0 configuration and installed Windows on one of the drives. However, BIOS still reports that the drives are in "RAID" mode, and neither of the drives is visible on Linux (booted from USB). (The messages I get from dmesg are "Found 2 remapped NVMe devices." and "Switch your BIOS from RAID to AHCI mode to use them." ) Any actual help how to do the switch would be appreciated.
    Hi all,

    Unfortunately, theirs no option in the BIOS to change it to AHCI configuration.

    Wow, you're a smart one aren't you.
    Hey have you found a solution yet? I need to install linux too.
  • sri369sri369 Posts: 713Member Seasoned Specialist
    Gosh! I feel lucky here. I was all set to go for RAID configured laptop, but switched to non raid one since I felt raid was an overkill for a laptop. Saved by a whisker...
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  • SkreeSkree Posts: 97Member Fixer
    I am curious. Why wouldn't you want to use the raid 0 configuration? I am not against your choice of course, i am just curious about the reasoning behind your preference.

    Thanks if you will answer, since i have the same machine and find nothing wrong with raid 0.
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