HDRDTD wrote: > It 'might' be that one of the drives has developed a SMART error. > [snip] > > My point is, One of the drives may have developed a Full Review Aodin Mini Smart Android Projector Reviewed by jasonwell90 Video You can use a micro SD card, 32 gig is the largest it can take. Dec 4, 2009 at 5:23 PM #8 kid41212003 Joined: Jul 2, 2008 Messages: 3,587 (1.18/day) Thanks Received: 536 Location: California System Specs System Name: Transformer III Processor: Core i5 3570k Motherboard: KruseLudington kept this thread alive and posted a fast, easy to understand solution in this final paragraph. http://caribtechsxm.com/error-occurred/raid-0-error-fix.php
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Reboot and run the full/extended test. In here the drives show the reported error as well. BUT with raid 0 there is no back up of the info that was on it unlike other raid types. Played a variety of formats with no problem.
After you have backed up, maybe connect the drive directly and post its SMART attributes here. Mike Walsh alt.comp.hardware 1 07-27-2005 04:58 PM All times are GMT. or did you get around it by other means? Ssd Error Occurred(0) I didnt have any problems after marking the drive OK but you could lose data Dec 6, 2009 at 5:50 AM #14 Conflict0s Joined: Dec 4, 2008 Messages: 399 (0.14/day)
All service packs and updates installed. > > Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 Conroe 2.4GHz 4M shared L2 Cache LGA 775 Processor > > > Does anyone have any suggestions on Smarts not available when drives are in raid. Maybe we can spot some problem. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...
Dec 11, 2009 at 2:52 AM #21 Conflict0s Joined: Dec 4, 2008 Messages: 399 (0.14/day) Thanks Received: 64 Location: United Kingdom. Raid 0 Error Occurred Windows 7 Power Zone 1000W Mouse: Corsair Gaming CG M65 RGB Keyboard: Corsair Vengeance K70 Brown MX Software: Windows 7 Premium 64-Bit At the moment I am running the latest BIOS version. I have had on of my drives with this error message for well over a year. Now the only thing to do is mark the drive as "Normal" and get my games working with a good over clock.
You'll always be able to boot to BIOS > to reset. You can not post a blank message. Intel Rapid Storage Technology Raid Error Occurred (0) John wrote: > I wonder what the consequences will be by disabling a RAID controller? Raid 1 Error Occurred 0 I will overclock my system in the future, but I just don't want to risk of this happening again if my overclock did effect this.
After about 20 minutes in (like before) the game crashed (no BSOD though) but this time the Intel Matrix Console popped up saying that my RAID array was yet again bad see here So does this mean my overclock is not 100% stable then? Error Occurred (0,1)!!! Side note: I would not depend on a controller that gives this type of obscure and entirely unhelpful error messages. Raid Error On Boot Up
Share Can't find your answer ? Would you guys agree? This is what threw me off. > I backed everything up and I'll clone the dying drive to an identical > replacement. > I ran the Western Digital diagnostics again and this page Right-click on each drive and select the popup menu option "Mark as Normal".
Then if it does, I think my hard drive is ok (as from previous tests, nothing seems to be wrong) Then I will clock my system back to 3.5Ghz and see Physical Disks Error Occurred (0) If so what's the best way to handle that? Only run a check disk only if the raid been checked for problems and is working 100% other wise further issue's can happen.
Then just look at which one the cables are plugged into. So basically I noticed the problem when I overclocked my system to 3.5Ghz, which I think was stable as I ran prime95 for a good 13 hours. User Name Remember Me? Intel Matrix Storage Console Dec 4, 2009 at 9:00 PM #13 allen337 Joined: Aug 29, 2004 Messages: 967 (0.22/day) Thanks Received: 116 Location: Danville IL System Specs Processor: I7 4770k Motherboard: ASUS z87 pro Cooling:
So how do I go about fixing it? Michael Daly wrote: > John wrote: > >> I wonder what the consequences will be by disabling a RAID controller? > > Since it's a RAID0 config, your drives will look I will download win 8.1 drivers for my peripherals once I get the new machine. http://caribtechsxm.com/error-occurred/raid-0-error.php I'm sure there is a link for it some where on this board.
If this is chipset raid for AMD you'll want to install AMD's RaidXpert and for Intel its RST (rapid storage technology) And as always, your important data should always have backup Show 6 replies 1. Password Register FAQ Forum Rules Members List Calendar Today's Posts Advertise Search Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Go to Page... LinkBack Thread Tools Right-click on each drive and select the popup menu option "Mark as Normal".
Restarting the System no OS was found and the RAID system reported 3 of the 4 HDDs to have failed at the same time! What i did when my raid 5 failed is to use my single HDD to boot of and fix it that was as the OS would not boot. Processor: i7 3930K @ 4Ghz Motherboard: Asus Rampage IV Extreme Black Edition Cooling: Custom, Liquid Cooled. All service packs and updates installed.
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All service packs and updates installed. > Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 Conroe 2.4GHz 4M shared L2 Cache LGA 775 Processor > Does anyone have any suggestions on how I can System Specs System Name: i7 Rig. If one or both are bad - replace them. asked 1 year ago viewed 2202 times active 1 year ago Blog Stack Overflow Podcast #92 - The Guerilla Guide to Interviewing Related 1Re-Initialize RAID-0 in software after card failure0Momentary loss
If your SB voltage or Pci-e is too high, it can mess up your RAID.