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Try using the boot drive for a test project, media and everything else. Just as a test. If that works faster, blame the RAID. If not, let's look elsewhere.
did you ever figure out why it seemed so sluggish? was it the raid adapter? i doubt it because i've come across other posts complaining about this problem and they were using just ide drives - non-raid. what operating system is the machine running?
I started a post titled 'playback lag'. I have exactly the same symptoms you do. Did you find a fix?
My system is running Vista, I was thinking of going back to XP just to solve this issue but I see your running XP.
Is your integrated sound a SoundMAX device?
For some reason I can't find my original post - it looks like it's been deleted?
My original post used to be at
I called Adobe support but they have no idea. I'm not even sure they know what Premiere is.
Found my original topic, it is missing the last 3 posts however.
That may well have been during the ill-fated forum changeover. Forum Operations will be getting around to putting back the missing posts. It's just that the Premiere forums are so convoluted (thanks to all the sub-forums) it's proving difficult.
Can't help with your performance problem but perhaps you might help me out. I'm also using the P5K (Deluxe wifi) MB with a quad core Q6600 processor but have been unable to set up a SATA RAID 0 using the on-board Intel controller. Are you using the P5K deluxe MB or another variation? If so, are you using the external Jmicron SATA ports for your RAID or the on-board Intel ports? If Intel, I would sure like to know how you were able to configure this.
My experience with on-board raid is that it's crap.
I would advise spending a decent amount of money on a dedicated raid controller card and forgetting about you mb raid. But I'm not familiar with your model mb. You seam to be having issues that is very typical of on-board raid.