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High tech a lo camba! Dicen que en Cambalandia a los chambones se les dice cambones. Blogumulus by Roy Tanck and Amanda Fazani. Or even Silicon Image, since the Promise drivers at least some of them are actually from Silicon Image. Of course I'd have to hack the. If your disk controller dies you need the exact same mobo to restore your system or you need a PCI based raid controller to start with.
This is to move the system drive back to SATA. This re-mirroring took over 5 hours, since that's when I went to bed. To be fair, Windows was also synchronizing a G mirror during the same time. Note, current version of ahcix64s. I couldn't rebuild my RAID at all! One of the two drives or may be more in your case, but if that's the case you are beyond screwed in the Raid 1 array becomes a JBOD standalone drive, basically detached from the array for whatever reason.
OR, you really have a dead drive, and you have inserted a new drive. But even after you have initialized it, the Rebuild tab is still greyed out. The "reasonable" procedure, by intuition, since there is no manual, is to start RaidXpert in the browser username and password by default are both "admin" , go to the "Logical Drive View" and do a "Rebuild". The problem is, the "Rebuild" tab is greyed out and unusable.
You can only see the failed array listed as "Critical", one of the two drives in my case is still mounted as part of the Raid 1 array, but the other drive is now JBOD. This can also happen if the drive is new. It is simply "assigned" as a JBOD.
And the "Rebuild" tab is still greyed out. You basically cannot rebuild. This problem has been reported on many forums and no one has provided a step-by-step solution. The AMD Help with the software is inaccurate and unhelpful. If the array is not your system drive, this precaution is not necessary.
Start RaidXpert in Windows. If you are using the new drive, you should see that its serial number is associated with the JBOD assignment. Make a note of that, and make sure you are not replacing the wrong drive.
Under "Logical Drive View", and to the right of the screen you will see "Delete" as a usable tab. Do not worry, nothing will happen yet. You will see two warning messages telling you that the data in the JBOD disk will be erased. If this is your new drive, no problem, just hit "Ok". And the drive would disappear from the "Logical Drive View". If this was one of the two system drives, this is your last chance to make sure that this is not the drive you have booted into.
If you are sure, hit "Ok", and the drive would disappear from the "Logical Drive View". Once that's done, the Rebuild tab would appear.
You can also see under "Physical Drive View" that this drive is no longer assigned, and is therefore "Spare and free" and can be used for Rebuilding. Now hit "Rebuild" and the process will begin.
And you are set. Western Digital Raptor Gb model: Windows Vista bit The rest is not relevant to this problem. The array that reported failure was the Raid 1 array.
No right is granted to Facebook Inc or any other entity for reproduction. But do feel free to seed this or post a link to this. I have tried the directions above and still have the same problem. They were running fine for two months all of a sudden the raid went critical. However after a reboot the drive reappeared as JBOD. In fact now i have done several with no problems i have also pulled the drive and put it in another computer and scanned it, it is fine.
I put it back into the the machine it came from and did a low level security format its fine and yet i can not add it back tot he raid 1 i constantly have the same problem. One thing I do notice that may be the problem as mentioned in other posts the second disk reports as May be its the size difference I'm not sure but this is really frustrating.
Use MoBo with SB and reset size of disk to The bug is in process of defining the RAID. ENTER gives no problem automatically goes from Because setup program from has option resize disk , that must be well know problem years ago, why they didn't fix it? I managed to fix my problem and rebuild my Raid array using the solution described above.
In the end I unplugged each drive individually and tried to boot into each. Once it went critical, it became unbootable. I confirmed the boot order was the same as before, and it was booting from the critical RAID and not the corrupted drive in the BIOS, and via manual boot selection with F8.
When you choose to boot from the drive assigned as the Array, the system is unbootable. I noticed when I disconnected the known corrupt disk which had not failed, it was just corrupted somehow the PC would boot fine, but as soon as I connected the corrupted drive the system was unbootable. Obviously in this case, I cannot boot with both drives active so I could not initiate the rebuild in Windows. I assumed the corrupted, unlinked drive was somehow still being seen and used as part of the array and thus causing the problems.
But after all of this it would now be equivalent to a new disk off the shelf , the booting with both drives connected problem persisted. Now that it had booted normally with both drives active, I ran the RAID Xpert utility and initiated the array rebuild. There were no performance issues--the 1. More often than not, the drives are FINE!!!! I don't know in your case.
It could be the driver also, but I don't think so. I believe it is an inconsistency in the SB silicon unfortunately. First, make sure that both drives are connected to numerically adjacent SATA ports on the mobo. I have no idea why.
It might be worth it to boot the machine with the western digital CD and to a disk health check, or whatever they call it, to see the condition of the disks.
You can put them back into RAID mode, as the signature file remains intact or so it has with me When the thing refuses to rebuild, unfortunately, it may be the SB lobotomizing itself finally. Posted by cebaehren at 1: Newer Post Older Post Home. Forums - Foren - Foros winhelpline. Which Security SW do you use? Configure and troubleshoot Automatic Updates event source: AMD RaidXpert related dotnet framework 3.
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