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It seems that the card might be faulty. If there were incompatibility problems, they would normally show up under the operating system (Windows, Linux, etc), not during the booting process.
From your description, I suspect that the card's BIOS is corrupt. Try getting a replacement under warranty and see if the new card works normally (it should).
Hello, I don't know your particular NAS, but a raid 5 is able to survive a single drive failure and continue to supply data ok because it recreates it from the remaining drives plus the parity drive. But, if you then get a subsequent drive failing before you've replaced the original failed drive, (and restored the data to it, which is/should be automatic) then it's really bad news. So, if you definitely have only had a single failed drive then you should just get an alert to warn you to take remedial action- ie, replace the drive. If the NAS has stopped supplying data then you may have got a multiple-drive failure situation. Just a general note of caution when working on a raid array: Some raid systems are clever and you can switch your drives around, some aren't and you can 'break' these raid sets just by swapping the positions of 2 drives, which is too easy to do if they're not labelled and you're trying to faultfind ...so unless you're absolutely certain, just label your drives (and take a photo) before starting to swap drives about. Anyway,good luck with your troubleshooting. Regards nicam49
load the software driver for this card then open the window of this software by opening it from program files , you would see help on this soft ware . select raid 1, else is done auto .you must have minimum two drives to make a raid
Revert back to original configuration of hdd in your RAID setup. Boot to SCIS BIOS and double check functionality of hard drives. The error is probably telling you that Disk1 is degraded because disk 0 is failing and you removed the wrong hard drive.
Yes. Unless you're using HP-Ux's LVM or some other Logical Volume Management software package, the controller can only perform mirroring on the same channel. I see no value in running Raid 10... all it does is strip the mirrored data on the 2nd set of disks. It uses the same overhead as mirroring and offers minimal benefit with the potential for more overhead in slowed bandwidth. Make it simple and just mirror the drives with Raid 1.