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If I set it to 65-70 % (remember to set the test configuration to include all the partitions on the ssd raid volume) for 72 hours, it will read thousands of Obviously. I think the issues are with mirroring reply go to top #29 | RE: RAID1 Mirror Corruption on 2008 R2 Server with Intel RSTe Controller with Intel SSD Drives Fri Apr Re: What to do about "Blocks with media errors" sylvia_intel Apr 24, 2014 10:47 AM (in response to Martin.Kirk) Thanks for the information; however could you please let me know which
Drivers and Hardware Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is I ran a SMART test and while I'm not an expert SMART reader...everything looks ok. So i guess the new ones are a mess on some boards and chipsets?
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- I upgraded with no problems and have had none 2 days running, including stress testing at 4.5GHz overclock.
- I noticed you had issues with the older WDC drives, but did your two OCZ Vertex SSD drives have issues with RAID 0 on the drivers in Post#2 above in Win
- but if one has an error won't that break your array?
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- I've been using these drivers for some time now and have personally verified that TRIM is working a couple different ways.
Expanding the array is a separate operation, you can do this after the original is rebuilt. I noticed you had issues with the older WDC drives, but did your two OCZ Vertex SSD drives have issues with RAID 0 on the drivers in Post#2 above in Win Kaleidoscope wacky! Find Us
Graphic Cards Intel HD Graphics driver not able to installI upgraded both my desktop and laptop to Windows 10 recently. Only 1 error. Also, I've been using RSTe/AHCI CIM_CLI 3.8.1111 drivers because they pass trim commands on SSD/RAID configs. That'll be why the disks are flashing as they are part of the RAID set that is being checked/rebuilt. 1 Chipotle OP Best Answer Jackal Lear Jun 22,
My board and system is a bit higher end than yours as mine is a 4u and yours is a 1u, also mine has twice the memory slots (supporting up to Intel RST showed a error on the drives . Testing the other RAID 0 HDD i just got 1 media error aswell . Anything to be concerned about?
I have 2 Samsung EVO 500GB SSDs in RAID 0 for my primary drive, but no second RAID for storage (just 2 single 240GB SSDs from my last RAID 0 installed Advanced Search Overclock.net›Forums›Components›Hard Drives & Storage›Samsung Raid 0 Drive Failing ?? Reinstalled Win7 and the same shit happend again. Upon completion I will run a parity check and I will report the results back.
If so how would I set about installing them? have a peek at these guys I now have a RAID5, degraded over 3 disks.The 2 failed 2TB drives were still under warranty, so I RMA'd them, and they gave me 3TB drives in exchange. Amazing a company like Intel who has to have an all but sibling like relationship with ms and had known about and more about win10 than almost anyone still falls flat Thanks for any help.
reply go to top #27 | RE: RAID1 Mirror Corruption on 2008 R2 Server with Intel RSTe Controller with Intel SSD Drives Thu Dec 18, 2014 4:25 am moore327 Show info Page 2 of 5 First 1234 ... I have 2 Samsung EVO 500GB SSDs in RAID 0 for my primary drive, but no second RAID for storage (just 2 single 240GB SSDs from my last RAID 0 installed check over here Do you mind sending me a picture of the error?Could you also let me know which operating system are you using?
i thought RAID0 needs 2 drives? So i ran the verify test . I was thinking of upgrading to Win 10 as well & I have the same C600/X79 Chipset on ASUS Rampage Formula MB.
Is this data backed up? 1 Chipotle OP Mike Dresser Jun 22, 2016 at 10:19 UTC Why two RAID5 volumes?
Jun 6, 2011 #1 ococ Limp Gawd Messages: 310 Joined: Oct 20, 2006 In the Intel Rapid Storage Technology tool (10.5.0.1027) I ran the "Verify" function on my RAID 0 volume Can't find your answer ? If you have a link to the drivers with TRIM support that you've been using, I'd be happy to give them a try. Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom / Lian Li D8000 HPTX Case OS Windows 10 Pro x64 CPU 5820K - OC @ 4.598GHz Motherboard Asus X99-A Memory 16GB DDR4-3270 16-16-16-35-1T
Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Go to original post Actions More Like This Retrieving data ... Company Information | Support | Contact Us | Jobs | Investor Relations | Site Adds TRIM support when SSDs are configured as RAID 0/1/10 3. Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Homebuilt OS Windows 10 CPU Intel Core i7-3930K CPU @ 3.20GHz Motherboard Asus P9X79 Deluxe Memory 32GB Graphics Card Radeon R9 290 Reply With Quote this content It boots fine and i have no issues in Windows so im not really sure .
Re: What to do about "Blocks with media errors" sylvia_intel Apr 25, 2014 11:00 AM (in response to Martin.Kirk) Martin.Kirk, I'm sorry to keep bothering you with this topic, but as Just wondering as I don't want to loose my SSD/RAID0 just to upgrade to Win 10. by SuperZan › Acer XZ 35" Screen LED-Lit Monitor (UM.CX0AA.001) by chir › Intel Core i7-4771 3.5GHz (3.9GHz Turbo) LGA 1150 Quad-Core Desktop... reply go to top #17 | RE: RAID1 Mirror Corruption on 2008 R2 Server with Intel RSTe Controller with Intel SSD Drives Mon Dec 15, 2014 1:40 am billydv Show info