Cannot access Bios FakeRaid 0 from Mint on AMD Ryzen system

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Cannot access Bios FakeRaid 0 from Mint on AMD Ryzen system

Post by RedCMD » Mon Sep 10, 2018 5:22 pm

I have a ga-ax370m-ds3h motherboard (Ryzen CPU)
With a 1tb and 1/2tb HDD's in fake-raid 0 via the bios
Windows 10 detects them fine (with a driver from https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/GA ... taraidahci)
I'm going to install LM 19 Cinnamon on my SSD (m.2 Samsung 970 evo) and use the raid as my main storage
But Linux mint 18.3 kde Debian (booted from USB) cannot find the drives (I will install LM 19 installer on the USB)
I've searched online for a bit and it seems that I need to compile my own kernel(?), which I prefer not to
I've run different commands like

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dmraid -l
and

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fdisk -l
They don't list the drives
Will LM 19 support the raid? Is there a driver that I can use? Or is there some program that will mount the drives?
Keep in mind that I'm only using it for storage, so I don't need (tho might be nice) them to mounted before/during LM booting

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