Perc S 300 Controller Driver Needed To Install Operating System

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  • Home » DELL PERC 5/i Adapter RAID Controller Use the links on this page to download the latest version of DELL PERC 5/i Adapter RAID Controller drivers. All drivers available for download have been scanned by antivirus program.
  • Install the RAID driver using the F6 installation method To install the Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (Intel® RST) driver during operating system setup, follow these steps: Press F6 when prompted by the message: Press F6 if you need to install a third party SCSI or RAID driver.
  • • When you are ready to install the controller drivers and operating system see 'Installing the Controller Drivers During the Operating System Installation: For Systems with a PERC S100 Adapter' on page 42 or 'Installing the Controller Drivers During the Operating System Installation: For Systems with a PERC S300 Adapter' on page 44.

This is the Redhat statement about the support of Perc S300 controllers. The S100 and S300 PERC RAID controllers require special drivers and software that can only run under certain Microsoft Windows Operating Systems.

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Scan performed on 4/24/2017, Computer: Toshiba SATALLITE A300 - Windows 7 64 bit

Perc S 300 Controller Driver Needed To Install Operating System For Windows 7

Outdated or Corrupted drivers:7/19

Device/DriverStatusStatus DescriptionUpdated By Scanner
Motherboards
NVIDIA NVIDIA nForce Networking ControllerUp To Date and Functioning
Mice And Touchpads
Logitech Logitech Gaming Virtual MouseCorrupted By Dell Perc S100 S300 Controller
Usb Devices
Apple Apple iPodUp To Date and Functioning
Hewlett-Packard HP PSC 1100 Series (DOT4USB)Up To Date and Functioning
Microsoft Intel(r) 82801AA USB Universal Host ControllerUp To Date and Functioning
Sound Cards And Media Devices
Sony Multimedia Video ControllerUp To Date and Functioning
Silicon Integrated Systems Corp.(1.16.01) SiS 7018 Audio DriverUp To Date and Functioning
Network Cards
Intel(R) PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network ConnectionCorrupted By Dell Perc S100 S300 Controller
Keyboards
Microsoft HID KeyboardUp To Date and Functioning
Hard Disk Controller
Intel Standaard Dual Channel PCI IDE ControllerCorrupted By Dell Perc S100 S300 Controller
Others
Intel USB-IF USB 3.0 HubCorrupted By Dell Perc S100 S300 Controller
Mad Catz Programmable Support for KeyboardUp To Date and Functioning
Microsoft HID-compliant apparaatUp To Date and Functioning
Cameras, Webcams And Scanners
Importek USB Composite DeviceUp To Date and Functioning
Video Cards
NVIDIA NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200Up To Date and Functioning
Input Devices
Hewlett-Packard HP Link-5 micro dongleCorrupted By Dell Perc S100 S300 Controller
Port Devices
Huawei HUAWEI Mobile Connect - USB Device (COM32)Up To Date and Functioning
Monitors
Sony Digital Flat Panel (1024x768)Outdated
Mobile Phones And Portable Devices
Acer NOKIAOutdated

Perc S 300 Controller Driver Needed To Install Operating System For Windows

Please excuse my lack of knowledge on RAID Controllers.
I've just build a new workstation and since the motherboard is SATA II decided to buy a cheap PERC H310 Controller of Ebay and put 2x120GB Samsung Evo 850 SSD.
I thought that since the controller allows up to 6 Gb/s transfer (SATA III) I would be able to double it in RAID0.
The Problem is that BIOS recognises the Controller but the controller menu (Ctrl + R) doesn't recognise any of the drives (RAID enabled in the BIOS SATA options). I've tried to put the drivers on usb stick while installing windows 7 but the OS didn't recognise the drivers either.
Now I'm running the SSD's separately directly from the mobo in SATA II and after the OS install I'm trying to find any suitable drivers but all seems to give an 'not compatible with this system' or 'This computer does not meet the minimum requirements for installing this software' errors.
Is it the controller or I'm messing it up ?
If I won't be able to use the controller what other controllers would allow me to reach higher speeds than SATA II ?