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The nForce chipset contains a number of hardware devices that can berun under Linux; a network device (MAC), audio hardware, storagecontrollers (IDE and SATA), and OHCI/EHCI USB controllers. Many of thecomponents of the nForce chipset use industry standard interfaces; thus,not all components require custom drivers to be used on Linux.
Since the audio and network drivers work on the nForce chipset,these devices along with other motherboard devices are controlled by theSystem BIOS. If the installed drivers don't recognize hardware on yoursystem, the problem may be your System BIOS's plug and playconfiguration. If your audio or network devices are disabled in theBIOS, or the system BIOS expects the operating system to configurehardware devices, and your Linux kernel doesn't support ACPI-styleconfiguration, you'll need to change your BIOS settings.
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The next step is the preparation of the nForce textmode driver for the later integration. The choice of the "best suitable" nForce IDE driver version and subfolder mainly depends on the nForce chipset details, the RAID configuration (SataRAID or PataRAID) and maybe on the nVRaid BIOS version of the destination desktop/laptop.
NVIDIA is offering for all nForce chipsets complete driverpacks with included nForce SataRAID drivers. You will find them, if you go here, choose "nForce" (NF5 and up) or "LEGACY" (NF1-4) as "Product Type" and then choose your special nForce chipset and the OS you are going to install. Unfortunately NVIDIA's official nForce driverpacks are not always the best choice for nForce RAID users. Either they do not work at all (example: NF4 RAID), they are outdated (example: NF2-3 RAID) or they don't provide the best possible performance (valid for nearly all NF chipsets).
Since January 2008 I am offering alternative nForce drivers and driverpacks, which are actual, but maybe better than NVIDIA's official ones (for details you may look here). The used drivers themselves (=SYS files) were developed and released by NVIDIA, but for unknown reasons the manufacturer didn't add the HardwareID's of all supported nForce IDE devices. That is why I customized the associated INF/OEM files to make them compatible with as many nForce chipsets as possible. This modification doesn't touch the driver's function and the loss of Microsoft's digital signature (WHQL) has no impact on the driver's installation (thanks to nLite's built-in textmode driver integration method).
Important: Users with an NF3-5 chipset RAID system, who had just integrated the SATARAID folder, may need to additionally integrate the content of the SATA_IDE subfolder of the same driverpack as PnP driver to get the OS properly installed.
Actual nForce chipsets (MCP65 and up) do support the advanced S-ATA-Features (z.B. NCQ) of the AHCI standard. Users of such systems usually have the BIOS option to set the nForce S-ATA Controllers to "AHCI Mode" instead of the "IDE Mode" (which doesn't require any separate textmode drivers). If AHCI is enabled, Windows Setup will not detect the S-ATA hdd('s) unless the needed AHCI drivers will be loaded (F6) or have been integrated into the OS CD.
Once the OS is up, you should install the complete "suitable" nForce chipset driver set. The best suitable driverpack is that one, which contains the same version of nForce IDE drivers as the integrated ones (v6.99, v9.99.09 or 18.104.22.168, if you had followed my advices).
This guide contains a lot of links to drivers, which have been modified by me to make them usable for nForce chipset users. As you certainly understand, I cannot overtake any warranty for the function and the quality of the drivers. You may use them nevertheless, but at own risk.
The easiest way to get the Raidtool installed is by running the SETUP.EXE of the associated nForce chipset driver package, but by doing this all nForce IDE drivers of the package will be installed too (and maybe replace the better and currently working ones).