RAID 1 Not Recognized In WinXP Setup
Ty for taking the time to post this great info. hOW TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM. any thoughts? 🙁 Reply Canvan says: October 8, 2011 at 08:41 Hi, Rosco, Your solution #1 works for me up to the step #6. What am I doing wrong? http://robotadv.com/raid-1/question-about-mirror-hd-raid-setup.html
Worked like a charm! You don't say what problems were reported by the diagnostic...but I would run the diagnostic on that drive again, doing what it termed a "low-level format"...and then just use that drive Why? I then disconnected all drives except the raided drives which contain my active partition with OS, but still no change - WinXP will not boot up.
I see no point in waiting for the second drive, but I may be misunderstanding. OS - Windows XP SP3. Reply Anonymous says: January 24, 2011 at 07:29 Top Class, worked for me.
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Reply Rosco says: October 26, 2010 at 18:12 Hi Ktt, What's your make/model of laptop? Hack into a Lottery Why is this funny: 'Ok, well, it’s definite, two more weeks of winter' How to disable percent-encoding in URLs? I own T61 and your post was very helpful. Well again, I was shocked that it started to boot.
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Louis Who is digging up these old posts? 0 Back to top #9 Robert Vining Robert Vining Junior TEG Forum Member Members 2 posts Posted 29 October 2008 - 06:40 PM In my case I had type the following command. % ntfsfix isw Notice the "isw" when I was discussing the desktop icons. If not, reset the Bioks to factory defaults, restart and check again. I have looked on the manufacturer's website, and the only thing there is an .exe file that is a RAID installation disk...
I am getting onboard devices-->Integrated NIC or MiniPCI status and Modem enables. check over here thanks aaaaaa loooooooot Reply Nitin says: March 31, 2013 at 02:18 Option1 worked perfect! Browse other questions tagged windows-xp sp3 raid-1 controller or ask your own question. If it is, try to use a different CD/DVD drive (borrow an external one if possible).
It's recommended to use Windows XP (32/64bit) or Windows Server 2003 (32/64bit), depending on availability of Text Mode Drivers from the vendor of your SATA/RAID controller. Reply Echo says: July 27, 2011 at 01:24 Hi, I also met the same problem during I install Windows Server 2003 on HP ProLiant LD140 G3 server. Reply yk says: May 13, 2011 at 19:33 Rosco, thank you for trying to help. his comment is here Doesn't really have the same ring as Tweet Tweet does it?
If your vendor provides self-extracting archive in the form of EXE file only, which requires actual floppy disk drive to be present, and you have none, then you can work around Check in the BOOT > section of the BIOS menu.> > > > -- > -- > [email protected]> remove 999 in order to email me> darrenJul 14, 2005, 5:04 AM Archived There are about 16 total different options when in the 3rd party SCSI or RAID driver screen.
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It wasn't booting up proper, kept getting a code interrupted. Then connect up your original drive as secondary so that both of them are in the pc at the same time. I now have 2 boot drives in different states. I believe windows was originaly loaded onto Drive H, after the bios update it went to a C and when I put the array back together it remained a C.
You should make sure the hard disk is physically installed and detected in the BIOS first before even attempting to start Windows setup. A: Yes, you need to enable AHCI mode for your SATA controller, or optionally enable RAID features. and rebooted, but the utility warns that doing so will result in all data being lost. http://robotadv.com/raid-1/raid-1.html I got the "program not responding" message.
SP3 has the needed drivers for the sata hard drive and loads XP with no problems. Have fun rhynes, Aug 20, 2006 #7 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. You ROCK !! Reply sk says: December 10, 2010 at 11:06 Thanks Rosco for your post.
Edited by bamboku, 28 September 2008 - 03:52 PM. 0 Back to top #7 Robert Vining Robert Vining Junior TEG Forum Member Members 2 posts Posted 22 October 2008 - 09:43 it does not show the raid 1 and it shows empty slots were I could install another 4 hd but have not.Does anyone know why this is happening? I’m trying to work through your solutions, but the options you present are not available on my machine. I had to disable flash module and switch from AHCI to ATA on a Dell.
Im not sure what you mean, once i > > installed the new blank disk, all i did was switch on, go into the RAID bios, > > and created the thanks Edwin Reply Anonymous says: August 26, 2011 at 04:07 hi guyz..it didnt work for me…emaxx is my board.. Go to your motherboard makers website and download the "sata"drivers, then save them on a floppy. What's your current situation?
But after I create a partition and have the disk format routine runs to an end, it gives out a blue screen.