RAID 5 Recovery Options (Abit IP35 Pro)
Thanks for the detailed explain, heh, I use algebra all the time in daily life... February 6, 2008 RAIDers of the nVidia Board January 20, 2008 Will this be good computer? The time now is 01:58 PM. I have the screenshot of the info at the end.The problem is now it sees TWO non-raid disks, which is wrong isnt it?? http://robotadv.com/raid-5/raid-5-recovery.html
For more information or to gain access, visit Classified Access Rules Change thread. (100 quality posts and 30-day minimum membership are still required) Results 1 to 9 of 9 Thread: RAID Ask MetaFilter is where thousands of life's little questions are answered. Consider that I may not be able to get the exact same motherboard, I may have to settle for something different. Abit IP35 Pro SpecificationsThis motherboard comes with an on-board RAID controller which is an Intel ICH9R Controller.I can not find this motherboard for sale in my country anymore and most places
only the new replacement drive should be non-raid and the system should make it raid by rebuilding.. Thanks. Message me. ..WA.apartment = i7 930 + 12GB PC3-12800 + 160GB SSD + 1.5TB HDD + Sapphire HD5770 +Gigabyte X58A-UD3R ..CA.hometown = i5 2500K + 8GB PC3-10600 + 240GB SSD + So much for RAID, that was a dumb move.
Also is there anyway possible to recovery my Operating System (Windows XP Professional) without having to do a fresh install? First I had a devastating data loss when my Adaptec 5805 Raid card decided to screw up my "eggs in 1 basket" massive 2.7TB Raid 5 array. But I am still unsure of how to recover the data from that point... Any info would be appreciated, or else I will not be averted to simply going the route of recovery and getting rid of RAID altogether, I am sick of this! Thanks.http://www.dathaeus.com/images/raid_screen_02.JPGOS:
What did you do prior to the issue, did you update or reinstall windows or was it a hardware failure? I opted for RAID10 which is a little safer, but I pondered over RAID5 for a long time. by Jedson3614 › In Win 509 ROG Gaming eATX by khaosgamer › NZXT S340 Mid Tower Cases CA-S340W-B1 Glossy Black by AyyMD View: More Reviews New Articles › Why 240GB, 250GB I have the screenshot of the info at the end.
In my experience, re-builds happen relatively frequently. check over here For example http://www.topsharew...nload-35903.htm and if you notice the description "There are just two steps to perform the complete operation. I didn't like my main rig being clogged up w/ all those HDDs. The Antec 900 is just the right size and everything can be cooled.
posted by cameradv to Computers & Internet (13 answers total) Most ATA RAID host adapters turn out, upon examination, to not be real hardware RAID, but rather software/BIOS-dependent fakeraid. so this motherboard is shot. A raid5 volume can only have 1 defective disk, if 2, then there is no way to recover it, although you can brought it to data recovery company for rescue data, his comment is here I've used it at work on SCSI array's and its worked fine.
If you lose another drive before you can replace the bad one then you only lose the data on that 1 HDD. How many disk do you have in your raid5 array, I'll assume its 3 disk without a hotspare. It appears that most boards that I can get my hands on from my supplier all seem to be Intel ICH10R and my Abit IP35 Pro is has the Intel ICH9R
What a hassle this has been :) –Antz Nov 28 '09 at 9:18 Also some boards have the ICH10DO chipset, would that be backwards compatible with my RAID array
If you are unable to re-create the original computer to get the data off perhaps professional software recovery is an option. So I've ordered the Asus P5Q Pro Turbo. and i hear 1TB drives are some of the most unreliable out there until they come out with less platters per unit. However, I had already sent back the 3rd drive and got a new one back, so I only have TWO of the original, one of which, from a recent test, has
A phrases that basically means 'walk your walk back back' How to limit the size of a comprehension? I just thought the this process wouldn't auto initialize the array or at least there would be someway to stop it so I can run through the TestDisk steps. Any info would be appreciated, or else I will not be averted to simply going the route of recovery and getting rid of RAID altogether, I am sick of this! weblink It doesn't help any for the disaster at hand, though.posted by jepler at 6:05 AM on January 22, 2008 In case it hasn't been mentioned be sure to backup the data
I am in a world of hurt now though. The P45 Benchmarks well - it can suck all the speed I need out of my E6850 and DDR2 800 RAM with a little bit of overclocking. I s'pose I could try and get a new BIOS chip but I'm figuring now - this is a dead board. See my old NVidia 8800GTX 1GB card and my new 260 GTX on the left there.
Anything else would be overkill. Full Review JH Audio JH3X Pro Reviewed by Chipp It has been a looong time since I've had the time to write up my thoughts on a new product and dd_rescue looks like just the thing. I wept a little when I realised I'm gonna have to say goodbye to my IP35.
It would have to recognize whatever special format the SIL controller might have used for striping and parity.posted by cameradv at 8:35 PM on January 21, 2008 and, I just re-built Samsung PB22-J 256GB SSD for the OS Drive an Intel Core I7 CPU (mmmmm Nehalem) 8GB+ of DDR3-1333 RAM And a board that will make all that tick. All crazy bright pink and green lines everywhere. and rebooted withRAID in the bios settings (had IDE while I was on th single). The system still doesnt boot of course, but the problem is there is no option in
so i sent back the defective drive and meanwhile, continued to use it in its degraded state with no problems except for loss in speed. Can we build a world in 1,000 years? Though, if you have files to recover, I would boot it up in data mode (with the OS on yet another drive) as just get the files you need. a back up is taking the data to a separate medium, be it harddrive, DVD / tape drive / offsite storage.