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Raid 1 problem

Good morning,
I have raid 1 with 2 sata1 seagate 200GB tipe ST3200822AS.
my operating system is windows xp sp2.
one of the harddisk is broken ( there is an error message in windows )
I change the broken harddisk with a new 250GB sata2.
the rebuilding process can be finished but after I reboot the pc, my windows still shows error message for the raid.

please help

thanks and regards

Po Hoat

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  • pohoat Apr 21, 2009

    hello Rjivaro,

    thanks for the advice. we have done like what you said.

    sorry to add :

    beside 2 harddisk, we have 1 cdrom, 1 cdrw, 1 agp geforce and 2 fans.

    is it possible the error caused by " a broken power supply"?



    thanks

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When you are booting your machine, notice the prompt to press keys to get into your RAID controller. Press them and get in. You have to tell it that you want to use that new drive to rebuild your array. You really wouldn't want it any other way. Then when you boot windows it will be able to rebuild it and the message should become one of happiness, given adequate time to rebuild.

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  • rjivaro Apr 21, 2009

    You are dealing with a computer, so really weird stuff is always a possibility, but 99.999% of the time it is pretty straightforward.
    If you are able to boot into windows, your power supply is fine. If windows reports RAID problems, it is because you have a RAID problem.
    Go back into the RAID bios and remove the new drive from the array. Reboot, and then go in again and tell it you want to use the new drive to replace the missing drive (again). Then boot into windows and give it all the time it wants to rebuild. If you get error messages, let me know exactly what they say as well as what motherboard and processor and RAID card you are using.


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