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Posted 24 January 2014 - 09:59 AM

Hi All,

 

So I just re-built my server to the spec in my signature.

 

I transferred over 4x 1TB Samsung F3 drives which where configured in 2x RAID 1 arrays on my old Intel DP35DP board.

I had a backup of all the data and was expecting to need to format these as I was not planning to use the motherboards RAID. (Was going to try storage pools)

Anyway, when I connected them to my board, with the board in "AHCI" mode, not RAID the Raid Arrays where detected.

 

Intel Rapid Storage Technology tray Icon showed that it was rebuilding an array. However when I opened it, only my 2x SSD drives showed up. None of the disks in the RAID1.

 

The rebuild eventually completely, but IRST has a warning triangle in the tray saying that data could be at risk.

When I open the panel, all I see is some error about Link Power Management being enabled. Now this may be all its alerting me to, but since I cant see the RAID arrays I am not sure if there is an error on these too.

 

I have googled, but cant seem to find anyway to make IRST detect my RAID 1 arrays.

 

Anybody had this happen?


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Second: | Win 7 Pro x64 | C2Q Q9550 @ 3.4 | 8GB OCZ Reaper | 2x Sapphire HD5850 1GB in CFX | ASUS P5Q-E | Creative X-Fi | Samsung 256GB SSD | Corsair HX750 |

Media: | Win 8.1 Pro x64 | C2Q Q6600 | 4GB Corsair Dominator | Gainward GTS250 512MB | Intel DP35DP | Samsung SSD 128GB | ASUS Xonar D2 | PC Power & Cooling 610W | Antec Veris | Onyko TX-NR515 + Tanoy SFX5.1 | Samsung UE48H6400 |

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Posted 24 January 2014 - 08:07 PM

Can you see the disks at all? Also, shouldn't you be in RAID mode if you want them to show up as your RAID array?

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Posted 25 January 2014 - 09:33 AM

I can see and access the disks just fine from Windows.

 

This is what's confused me, I am not in RAID mode, yet the disks still function in a RAID.

 

Literally the only issue is that I cannot see the arrays in IRST. This would not worry me if it where not for the constant warning message that IRST throws up saying my data may be @ risk.


Main: | Win 8.1 Pro x64 | i7- 4790k | 16GB Corsair Vengeance | MSI Z97M Gaming | MSI GTX970 4GB | Silverstone TJ08E | OCZ Vertex 240GB | Corsair H75 | Corsair RM650 | Corsair K70 w/MX Brown | Corsair M65 | Logitech Z5500 Speakers | 3x Dell 2007FP |

Second: | Win 7 Pro x64 | C2Q Q9550 @ 3.4 | 8GB OCZ Reaper | 2x Sapphire HD5850 1GB in CFX | ASUS P5Q-E | Creative X-Fi | Samsung 256GB SSD | Corsair HX750 |

Media: | Win 8.1 Pro x64 | C2Q Q6600 | 4GB Corsair Dominator | Gainward GTS250 512MB | Intel DP35DP | Samsung SSD 128GB | ASUS Xonar D2 | PC Power & Cooling 610W | Antec Veris | Onyko TX-NR515 + Tanoy SFX5.1 | Samsung UE48H6400 |

Server: | Win 8.1 Pro x64 | i5 - 4430 | 16GB Corsair XMS3 | Gigabyte Z87-HD3 | Corsair RM550 | Intel 530 120GB | Corsair Neutron 256GB | 2x 2TB WD RED (RAID1) | Samsung F4 2TB (Backups) |


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Posted 06 February 2014 - 10:15 AM

incase anybody is intersted and has the same issue, I resolved this by changing to RAID mode in the BIOS.

Luckly with Windows 8.1 you can just boot to Safe mode and have windows install the relevant drivers.
No need to connect the boot disk to another contoller and boot off that while you make the change.

Turns out the warning must have been to do with the fact I was not in RAID mode, as now there is no more warning. Just a green tick and all the disks show up just fine.

Main: | Win 8.1 Pro x64 | i7- 4790k | 16GB Corsair Vengeance | MSI Z97M Gaming | MSI GTX970 4GB | Silverstone TJ08E | OCZ Vertex 240GB | Corsair H75 | Corsair RM650 | Corsair K70 w/MX Brown | Corsair M65 | Logitech Z5500 Speakers | 3x Dell 2007FP |

Second: | Win 7 Pro x64 | C2Q Q9550 @ 3.4 | 8GB OCZ Reaper | 2x Sapphire HD5850 1GB in CFX | ASUS P5Q-E | Creative X-Fi | Samsung 256GB SSD | Corsair HX750 |

Media: | Win 8.1 Pro x64 | C2Q Q6600 | 4GB Corsair Dominator | Gainward GTS250 512MB | Intel DP35DP | Samsung SSD 128GB | ASUS Xonar D2 | PC Power & Cooling 610W | Antec Veris | Onyko TX-NR515 + Tanoy SFX5.1 | Samsung UE48H6400 |

Server: | Win 8.1 Pro x64 | i5 - 4430 | 16GB Corsair XMS3 | Gigabyte Z87-HD3 | Corsair RM550 | Intel 530 120GB | Corsair Neutron 256GB | 2x 2TB WD RED (RAID1) | Samsung F4 2TB (Backups) |