- Jan 16, 2017
- Gigabyte X58A-UD3R
- RX 580
Thanks for the link. I must have missed those drivers somehow.Okay a couple of things: Do you have the 640l setup as Raid 0 in the 640l configuration/bios setup? During Bootup press Command M to bring up the 640l's configuration. Make sure AHCI is setup. If using Raid 0 make sure its setup correctly. To be honest one of the easiest cards to setup Raid 0 on. You also stated that you cannot boot you SSD that you have Sierra installed on. Did you install Clover on that SSD?
Also here is the link to highpoints ROCKETRAID 640l card. Just click on downloads and the drivers are the OS X ones..
But to answer your questions, I'm not using a raid array. I got the 640L to have SATA III speed, as the only ports that work on my old motherboard are SATA II. I did go into the setup with Ctrl + M, but it looked like the only thing to setup there was a raid array, which I'm not planning.
The Sierra installed on my SSD has been bootable and working for a few months on the SATA II onboard port, so yes clover is installed on the SSD.
I was hoping I could just swap the SSD over to the newly installed 640L, but that's where the boot errors come into play (unless I use the USB Clover to manually boot the SSD). I'll try out the driver from the link first and see what happens. Thanks again.