Raid 1 Problems With Vista Ultimate
The ICH9 driver doesn't start because of mysterious error parameter unknown. Windows 2000 Professional also has JBOD, 0, and 1. For RAID 1, this will not happen. Show 29 replies 1. navigate here
Deleted my 2nd array (the one that kept rebuilding) Booted into VISTA (On the 1st array) Created a new array from withing VISTA using the matrix managent tool. Using drives of different sizes usually results in total storage capacity that's only a multiple of the smallest drive. Maybe someone in USA could start a class-action against intel as their Chip/RAID clearly does not function in Vista as advertized.on 23 Dec 2008 at 9:37 (Sydney) 29.MrMonk-E said Perhaps I've got in a dead end?
Other manufacturers' products may also be hit. Nothing helps. Program [path]\Raid 1 In Windows Vista Ultimate.
Intel support form: fill in your details here and report the problem to Intel (again). Dell offers to replace the hard drive- all the drives pass all tests- they fail to see thats there is an issue comming down with the latest upgrades. Once the main drive is determined, is it then safe to format the second drive to use for another purpose? Use the Free Dos version of killdisk on both drives for atleat 30 mins (it will kill all little partitions on the drives and zero most of the sectors) 5.
I've got a Asus P5Q deluxe ICH10r and 2 x Velociraptors. At the drive screen load the latest driver for the Intel® Matrix Storage Manager (current v126.96.36.1990). It allowed me sucessfully install vista and able to boot with zero problem.. with JMicron (Native IDE or AHCI+IDE) SATA HDD attached when booting from DVD*: HANGS 2.
You can create arrays from within Window Drive manager so there's no BIOS to configure. RAID used to be expensive, hard to implement, and limited to businesses with dedicated IT departments. I'm beginning to think that this is a hardware problem because for example with the most recent restart… The machine has a ‘disk read error' on startup, when I got home What underlying protocols are used to send packets between nodes, and how are messages encrypted?
External Id salesforce Does Christianity allow eating pork and horse meat , which is prohibited in Judaism by Torah/Old Testament Bible? Comment by : See Many thanks. I have another problem: The ICH9R on my ASUS P5E3 Deluxe works fine with Vista SP1, but I'm not able to install WindowsXP (SP1 or SP2, it doesn't matter). Symptoms vary, but all of the following have been observed (not all at once!): * It's not possible to do a ‘clean install' of Windows Vista.
Yes, because by this time your system has already booted the operating system. http://robotadv.com/raid-1/raid-1-mainboard.html I'm aware that I have to go into the Option ROM via the 'Control-I' procedure to access the RAID controller and this is where I get fuzzy after all my readings There is no ‘silver bullet' fix. After endless web searches and multiple failed install attempts, it finally worked.
I can't do the upgrade to Win 8.1 without uninstall/delete the RAID sw, OK?If I want to have fallback to Win VISTA after RADI1 delete I have to reinstall Win VISTA Mes amis me recommandent de télécharger SmartPCFixer pour se débarrasser de lui. Error logs show that this is because of ‘iastor not responding'. (Iastor is Intel's driver for the RAID controller.) * Some users have seen random data corruption and/or reboots (BSoD). his comment is here by them. (Use the word you like).
I don't ever want to even try installing anything on the ICH (at least for the next 5-10 years). I'd buy an SATA RAID controller card that uses a different brand controller chip.Alternatively, there may be a setting in the JMicron RAID BIOS that allows you to add a short Comment by : Chae You can have a try!
One problem is that my SATA cables are seriously squeezed up against the long VGA card and I'm going to re-engineer the cables to fit better (left angle SATA's etc.) Quality
These days companies struggle to put the products to the market ASAP which causes unbelievable number of errors. Also, maintenance performed by Windows when it feels it's needed, which can occur any time there's a configuration change, hurts performance while in progress. The problem seemed to be with the drivers for the RAID controller. I've tried all of your fixes and my system still fails badly.
I did use Vista Setup Screen to quick format RAID 0 partitions. I've backed up, so it's not as stressful as it could be. Scan outdated drivers by simple click the below photos, get rid of Raid 1 In Windows Vista Ultimate at once. http://robotadv.com/raid-1/raid-1.html I'd buy an SATA RAID controller card that uses a different brand controller chip.Alternatively, there may be a setting in the JMicron RAID BIOS that allows you to add a short
Re: Breaking RAID1 - Need specific instructions allan_intel May 13, 2014 7:55 AM (in response to IngBert) Thanks for coming back to the community. All around the web, PC users installing Microsoft's new Windows Vista operating system are striking problems when they try to use hard drives in RAID (Redundant Array of Independent/Inexpensive Discs) arrays. Apparently, the default SATA IDE driver of Vista x64 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 cannot handle the JMicron; and even JMicron's own Jraid.sys driver has issues when running "AHCI+IDE" mode.