Solved: RAID 1 In Win7
Please help... All I did was unplug the HDD's comprising the RAID arrays, did the clean install to the SSD, and then reattached the RAID disks and everything was exactly as I had Attached Thumbnails My System Specs OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Steve C View Public Profile Find More Posts by Steve C 31 Jan 2013 #6 Kaktussoft Microsoft Windows 7 So that is the first explanation why I'm using software RAID on my desktops. http://bornsunsoft.com/solved-raid/solved-raid-0-uh-o.html
Windows 7 Help Forums Windows 7 help and support Installation & Setup » User Name Remember Me? Steve C View Public Profile Find More Posts by Steve C 31 Jan 2013 #4 Kaktussoft Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bits 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1 10,798 posts Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories GPU HIERARCHY CPU HIERARCHY Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Tom's IT Pro Login|Sign Thanks! 0 Mace OP GrammarPolice Apr 25, 2014 at 6:00 UTC I haven't put a RAID card in a desktop machine in a long time. Everything I could
I did a bit of research and found out that if I set from AHCI to RAID 0, I'll have to reinstall Windows. Quote 07 Apr 2014 #9 broe23 View Profile View Forum Posts Retired from the grind Central IL Posts : 3,468 Linux Mint 17.2 Originally Posted by LMiller7 Originally Posted by broe23 Because company was not willing to pay for physical RAID , and the same time they asked for RAID. Anyways, the last attempt was successful, I was able to boot off Right click "My Computer" and choose "Manage" -> "Storage" -> "Disk Management", right click the mirrored volumes and choose "Break Mirrored Volume" to break mirrored volumes or choose "Remove Mirror" to
It was written not just for the original poster but for those who will be reading this at a later date. BSOD Help and Support Re-install of windows with RAID 0 driveHi all, My PC is currently using a single RAID 0 drive that contains my Windows install and all my data RAID 0 and Windows 8/8.1 OEM in Installation & Setup So I recently just bought an SSD and it's installed in my ASUS G750JX laptop as the boot drive. Thanks again for all of your suggestions.
I think that'll be difficult. Thanks. Installed and ran Crashplan to external backup drive before proceeding with dealing with the internal drive issue. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/282668-32-issue-raid-recognized-windows Technically BIOS tries to boot from second hard drive but simply it can't find the boot loader. 2.
Just built a computer. When I plugged on the the first hard drive back again , it booted again , but the Windows was not smart enough to understand it is the old hard drive Run on just the one drive for a very short while and test. I beleive there should be a way for doing that.
in General Support Hi! https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/480109-windows-7-software-raid-1-recovery Alright, looks like I'm leaning much more towards doing the hardware RAID then. I have read how to set it up, so no issues there. 90 percent of the time, my laptop sits in a docking station to which the external drive is attached, If a file was deliberately deleted, it's gone.
Any help would highly appreciated as I'm really frustrated with this. Best Daniel Reply Subscribe Best Answer Mace OP GrammarPolice Apr 22, 2014 at 9:51 UTC Dan7332 wrote: 2. http://bornsunsoft.com/solved-raid/solved-raid-5-controller.html Then make thos 2 disks basic instead of dynamic. Also, the... Thanks! 0 This discussion has been inactive for over a year.
Register Windows 7 Forum Forum Windows 8 Forums General Support Can I transfer 2 RAID 1 mirrors from Windows 7 to Win8.1 Can I transfer 2 RAID 1 mirrors from Windows Previously, I had set up hardware RAID 1 with this system and I really did not understand what I was doing. I wouldn't even consider a parity-based RAID for a workstation. 3 Serrano OP Brian3049 Feb 19, 2015 at 3:45 UTC MBrownPEG wrote: Owenmpk hit the point i was navigate here In past for Windows server 2003 I was able to boot with any live linux and then add/change the bootloader in boot.ini.Yes, this is the issue. You need to fix the
I was hoping that I could just format the second drive and plug everything back in and the RAID controller would re-mirror from the original boot drive back to the newly Are the disks formatted as logical or primary partitions? I want to setup a Raid 1 array but I am unsure of how to do this and what my options are.
Logged back on, as painfully slow as it was and began a full virus scan- Symantec Endpoint Protection.
but I personally prefer raid 5. did not upgrade from XP. Quote 07 Apr 2014 #10 LMiller7 View Profile View Forum Posts Member Posts : 701 Windows 7 I really do not know who those people are. the more "enterprise grade" the device the less it likes to be moved. also you can run the system from a boot disc (or flash drive) to do you rescue scans.
So one volume is D other one is K for example. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. Windows 7: How do I break failed software RAID1(mirror) in Windows 7? 01 May 2012 #1 Nick2 Windows 7 Professional x64 38 posts How do I break failed his comment is here Join the community Back I agree Home RAID 1 Degraded by Susan2192 on Feb 18, 2015 at 10:19 UTC Windows 7 26 Next: windows temporary profile issue Join the Community!
I am trying to install Windows 8 Pro on two RAID 0 SSD's. Before the virus scan I logged on on Safe Mode and manually backed up all of the data so I am good with a backup. Unfortunately I did not set the machine up. Also, this might not be the tech's fault as it could have been caused by a problem when it was first being hooked up again like a loose power cord during
Creating your account only takes a few minutes. I have 2 identical drives, one with a healthy installation of W7 64 but Ultimate, one slightly used. That affected disk performance for hours. I simply followed the instructions and performed a brand new install of W7 and installed all the s/w....which worked GREAT.
I know installing a new Windows is the last solution which works all the time. Computer Type PC/Desktop OS Windows 7 Quote 07 Apr 2014 #7 caperjack View Profile View Forum Posts Just the Janitor Posts : 2,627 win8.1.1 enterprise to bad the original poster wouldn't Restoring a backup of a single disk onto an array may not give a bootable result, because the proper drivers wouldn't be active. RAID is NOT some advanced type of data backup solution!
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Just to put things in perspective this Computer I built for my sweetie to do her online business with and she believes me to be a competent enthusiast. But if the drive could cause this I am ready to move forward. In my case I had to do that as I didn't have any other option.