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Disregarding the obvious, here, if you made a Windows 7 software RAID 0, any version of 7 should read it (IIRC, RAID 1, 10, and 5 need more expensive Windows versions, Shows some blue screen dumping physical memory and wont start in normal mode.. or can i try a repair OS. I'm pretty positive that the hard drives are fine. Source

only the OS is corrupt. Overclock.net is powered by Fandom Games |FAQ|Support|Privacy|ToS|DMCA|Site Map The Corsair User Forums > Corsair Product Discussion > Solid State Drives (SSD) Hardware Raid 0 BSOD, is Software Raid Hi, I bought 2 P256's to use in a RAID 0 configuration because I do multimedia work and need fast read (not writes). SATA 0-3 has options for IDE, RAID, or AHCI mode. http://superuser.com/questions/82130/after-enabling-raid0-blue-screen-of-death

Why don't you just reinstall windows? tikigod19Dec 31, 2012, 12:01 AM crucial m4 256gb GhislainGDec 31, 2012, 12:48 AM I would contact Crucial support as they may be able to help. I've been using raids for long enough that I've broken plenty of things by now. The only fix really is to reinstall Windows.

  • You need a boot disk with access to the array regardless (read: vendor drivers).
  • tikigod19Jan 18, 2013, 2:35 AM turns out it was the SSD causing the issue..
  • Let me install them and give this a go again.
  • I got that installed and one of my RAIDs popped up, and its working fine.
  • Related Resources solved Computer gets blue screen after switching from IDE to AHCI mode.
  • I really hope I do not run into BSOD's caused by raid however which is why I popped into this thread With as few people who actually run raid it will

What am I? Most of us with RAID 0 don't mess with situations like this, we reimage from last backup in less than 5 minutes and it's done. Or is it that you actually need to recover personal data files that are the array? (which are for some odd reason on a RAID0 array without backup, shame on you). I knew this but I think the frustration was starting to cloud my thought process.

Why does Smith keep asking the duration of employment to his staff members I am a car. tikigod19Dec 29, 2012, 2:56 PM SSD is connected to intel port 1 or 0, it changes periodically when I'm trying to fix the constant stream of bull*&it this PC throws at It still saw no discs so I clicked load driver and navigated to the CD I just burned but windows told me there were no drivers located on that disc.I then asked 7 years ago viewed 5550 times active 2 years ago Blog Women in the 2016 Stack Overflow Survey Linked 1 Is it possible to enable RAID 1 without reinstalling Windows?

Thanks EDIT: I saw that there was as seperate setting for the 4th and 5th sata ports. I tried to look online to find the up to date drivers but there were so many to choose from I didnt know where to start... Let me install them and give this a go again. current community blog chat Super User Meta Super User your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list.

Once the installation is complete, you could download iata_enu.exe to update the drivers (if not done at installation time) and utilities to version It's easy to determine which one is defective by replacing the SSD with a know good hard disk. Good luck! Did you install the latest version of the Intel Rapid Storage Technology drivers from http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&ProdId=2101&DwnldID=22194&ProductFamily=Software+Products&ProductLine=Chipset+Software&ProductProduct=Intel%C2%AE+Rapid+Storage+Technology+(Intel%C2%AE+RST)&lang=eng?

This doesn't answer my question. this contact form If you do find a W7 ISO?(which is very easy to do).. If I do, should I download the filename you specified from that link? Will at least save you the time of having to juggle that image around to get any newer data saved since that last Dec backup. #10 groberts101, Apr 8, 2012

Most OEMs will ship you one, though may charge a small fee. #2 Cerb, Apr 7, 2012 groberts101 Golden Member Joined: Mar 17, 2011 Messages: 1,390 Likes Received: 0 As Exit Code Golfing Is it appropriate to give a gift to a teaching assistant for helping outside of work time? No, create an account now. have a peek here I said OK to this and performance seems better than my non-SSD drives, but I'm guessing I'm sacrificing something doing this in software.

I only know of Windows Experience but it insists on doing the primary drive, when I have these two SSDs as a 5th drive in my system. then you could always try to repair the volume first too. #3 groberts101, Apr 7, 2012 EXCellR8 Senior member Joined: Sep 1, 2010 Messages: 518 Likes Received: 22 I haven't I had to insert my own lines into the inf files for my setup to disable the power management and get rid of the few issues that sandforce drives seemed to

Disk 0: Primary Windows Boot Disk 1: 2 x 1TB RAID 0 (the broken one) Disk 2: 2 x 750GB RAID 0 (functioning) List Partition above the List Disk shows the

When I restarted the computer I got a blue screen and the OS would not boot, not even in safe mode. ...as for a backup I have a TI archive for Then, use the old image to get a bootable OS back. was so surprised it worked I didn't attempt to get any more recent ones.I am having occasional issues with not being able to find a boot device to be honest so That was exactly what I needed.

BIOS sees 4 drives, Windows shows 3. I'm spreading this issue accross two threads now which I didnt really mean to do but this thread is slightly more up to date:http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/63717-47-built-beast-system-windowsI have now found a way of booting solved Blue screen after sleep mode blue screen after sleep mode solved computer blue screens after wake up from sleep mode Can't find your answer ? http://hcsprogramming.com/raid-0/raid-for-gaming.php You may get a better answer to your question by starting a new discussion.

You really need to install Windows after configuring RAID, however, you can usually change the level and settings after it is installed as a good RAID card simply shows itself as Absolutely... I removed them all and my speed is back 100%.Click to expand... Please check out our forum guidelines for info related to our community.

Trying to find information on that but I think I missed something...Click to expand... I also went with the non-Z no need for anything it has ($80 cheaper). The blue screen would be easy to fix, just backup system, sam, software, security, default in c: \windows\system32\config and replaced with a copy from c: \windows\system32\config\RegBack. #17 exdeath, Apr 9, When I restarted the computer I got a blue screen and the OS would not boot, not even in safe mode. ...as for a backup I have a TI archive for

Also got a pair of 1TB F3's to use as a second array. The last known good image is probably going to be your best bet when combined with the trick mentioned above. It can also utilize Windows backups as well. do you know how I would use the latest intel drivers when installing?

When I enable raid in my Bios, Win7 has a BSOD during boot. nothing is error-proof. Weird thing is is that the BIOS and RAID Setup both report the drives as Healthy and it shows them all. SSD RAID troubles after switching to new bay solved Memory management BSOD after attempting to update BIOS solved Lose my RAID 5 array in BIOS after overclock 2 RAID 0 SSD's

uhh.. Then boot into windows installation from the CD and when I see no drives on the list I had to click load driver then navigate to the SATA controller driver on What a rookie mistake. (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 members and 1 guest) Your I still have the setting for ports 4/5 on IDE mode, but I disconnected the four drives in RAID from the disks so I could boot Windows and post this.

The issue I'm having is when I go to start up Windows (I have Windows on a separate disk).