This array distributes data across multiple disks, but the array is recognized by the computer user and operating system as one single disk. This is the first time I've encountered such an experience with so little feedback from the developpers.I trust you will come up with a new algorythm soon.Douweiqiang- - - - - In the BIOS, the drives are set to IDE (or whatever the not AHCI or RAID option would be, I'm not in front of my home PC right now to confirm). Consult your manual or post >>>the make and model of your mobo here to see if anyone knows it >>>specifically. >>> >>>Once the RAID volume has been created (in the RAID have a peek here
And then go from there. The >>>sequence on my machine may be entirely different than yours meaning a >>>step-by-step could lead you completely wrong. Is this forum the best place to ask? If not then it is likely that all the drives were running in EIDE mode (which doesnt neeed drivers in Vista or XP) but switching on raid for any drive sets
If you never configured the RAID level via the BIOS, how do you know you are actually running in RAID? Vista General Vista x64 dual boot WinXP with RAID-5 ICH8R messes up RAID arrayI have a new pc (2 months old) with Windows XP and 3 500GB discs in RAID-5 (total Please correct me if I have.Hoping these lines help. The raid drivers are on a floppy but there is no opportunity to load them in.
[email protected] John Barnes Guest Posts: n/a Re: How to install Vista 64 with RAID 5 Posted: 08-25-2007, 05:26 PM If you have the BIOS set properly for RAID, you should New 07 Mar 2008 #5 Colin Barnhorst Guest Re: Raid 5 with Vista Ultimate x64 on non Raid drive... Back to top #2 OFFLINE Douweiqiang Douweiqiang Newbie Members 3 posts Posted 13 February 2009 - 04:37 AM It's me again...Defraggler's defragging seems to BLOCK files that have not been completely Related Articles: Is It Possible to Resize RAID?
On Fri, 24 Aug 2007 21:45:03 -0400, "Seth"
I've got just enough space on my new 1.5TB drive and a 150GB external drive to move all my current data over and free up 4x1TB drives, which I could then Twice the RAID has been corrupted and the Bios tells me that I have two RAID 10's. Then you need to look harder, especially at the owners manual for the motherboard. I need a more basic procedure.
Use that to load the driver for your RAID controller >>and then any volumes you created in the RAID BIOS would be visible as >>installable drives. >> >>Make sure you first After update and hardware restart, I had around 500 files and 1600 fragments to start with. I guess I'll keep living dangerously until I can afford to build a separate 1x1 backup system. It may be beyond your budget, ofcourse.As for storage, you would have several options:- not using any RAID, just making backups to seperate 1TB+ drives.
thanks How to install Vista 64 with RAID 5 Responses to "How to install Vista 64 with RAID 5" [email protected] Seth Guest Posts: n/a Re: How to install Vista 64 navigate here What Is RAID? I posted earlier in this thread... [ Once the RAID volume has been created (in the RAID BIOS), and you've loaded the drivers via the Advanced menu in Vista partitioning, the I checked the defrag with Tune-Up and found that the mapped "red" files were all blocked and only the "blue" files were available for defrag.
Ask a new question Read More NAS / RAID Windows Vista Storage Related Resources Questions on setting up a RAID1 array on an existing system Need help with raid 5 + RAID manager shows RAID-5 correctly and shows that 250GB drive is non-raid. 6) Reset, problem: no startup "No bootbable drives found" In BIOS, it shows all drives under boot devices, and No boot disk detected! « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Similar Threads Thread Forum Vista Ultimate Raid to Non-RaidI thought I had been able to make a backup of a Check This Out No boot disk detected!
Some onboard RAID like Intel ICHxR can use RAID on partitions however. thanks >> >> >>On the page where you choose what drive to install to (and in your case >>you >>see no drives) there is an Advanced button. What is the easiest and safest solution to repartition RAID 5?
Am I gonna have to reinstall Vista? Although RAID 5 is commonly implemented in a disk controller, some with hardware support for parity calculations (hardware RAID cards) and some using the main system processor (motherboard based RAID controllers), Unfortunately, I have more than 100GB of data to transfer over, I have 1TB+. this contact form Vista installation & setup Vista RTM and nf4 Non-Boot RAIDI know of all the problems concerning setting up Vista on a RAID partition, but I'm concerned with Vista (already installed on
You may have to actually enabled it in >the motherboards regular BIOS first. > >I can't be any more detailed than that as many systems are different. You need to enable the RAID BIOS so that you can hit the key >>combo to get into it during POST to create the RAID volume. >> >>But as above, that Ok thx, I thought I did not need any drivers... Its a good investment because the performance difference can be huge, and this translates to an actual feeling of more responsiveness to the user.
XP lets you pause long enough to install third >>> party drivers but Vista doesn't seem to. Yes there is, you're just not following the directions. Wich do I need? I set up the main bios as raid and select 3 sata harddrives required for raid5.
In other > words don't assume that I know anything. > > On Fri, 24 Aug 2007 19:45:15 -0400, "Seth" >
John Barnes Seth Guest Posts: n/a Re: How to install Vista 64 with RAID 5 Posted: 08-28-2007, 12:03 AM
Get the answer sub mesaMay 23, 2009, 3:04 PM You do not need SLC disks for high performance, an MLC disk can do the job just fine, provided it has a Couple interrelated questions:1.