I HAVE SLAIN THE BEAST! After much brain wracking I moved back 2 bios versions and finally the RAID util worked and I deleted my old RAID, made a new one. Then tried Windows again, and once again it would not see 64bit drivers, so once again I used 32 bit drivers, and it did install, but then crashes right before the Windows loading screen finishes.
So I sat here just looking at it, thinking why it wouldn't work. Why 32 bit drivers worked and why 64's didn't, everyone online was always asking others if they were sure they had 64 bit drivers or selected 64 bit Windows, which made no sense to me, as you select x86 or x64 after you select your RAID drivers. Then it dawned on me, it must assume you are just going to use x86 right off the bat and x86 can't recognize 64 so it doesn't see them. So I select the x86 drivers, Then I select x64 Windows. then on the next screen where it shows my HDD RAID, on the bottom left is an option to "Load Drivers" so I click it, find my USB stick, find the x64 folder and wouldn't you know it, all of a sudden it finds my x64 drivers... freaking stupid, maybe in the next Windows they will have the Load Driver prompt be after you select your Windows version.
There was literally no answers like this anywhere I could find online, so hopefully this helps some people.
Last edited by 1Kurgan1; May 19, 2011 at 04:03 AM.