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In RAID10 4HDDs samsung HD103UJ 3 HDDs failed at the same time

ASUS P6TSE Motherboard with 4 HDDs as RAID 10 in a single partition with W7 64 ultimate working since 2 years, never any problem reported on any of the 4 HDDs of the RAID10. Suddenly "blue screen", restart, no storage with OS, Bios reports 3 of the 4 HDDs in the RAID10 system error 0. Power Supply XIGMATEK NRP MC802 was swapped with an identical one working in another PC. No change. Mine reports same error in Bios, no boot possible, the other PC runs with no problems with my power supply. All connectos, SATA and powersupply checked on each drive, no change.

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Sounds about like a TDL4 malware infection, or perhaps the BAD BIOS infection!

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SOURCE: The HDD speed suddenly droped

try placing the hd in another computer, see if it is the HD or something else.

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SOURCE: sata hdd not detected in bios

Tried a differant SATA power inout into it? Is it making a clicking sound?

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SOURCE: I've connected my Samsung 250GB HD250HJ SATA drive

You may need to address the way that the old HDD was used in the BIOS. Meaning that if you had regular IDE drive the setting that may be in the BIOS might need to bee disabled and that could be the cause to the new SATA IDE controller you have installed as a boot device. Also if you are trying to boot from you new SATA drive you will need to install some form of and operating system on it like windows or whatever you have been using.

Sometimes it’s easier to create a disk image of the old drive and transfer it to you new SATA, using a disk image utility like Norton Ghost.

Of course I am assuming that you are using a PC and not a MAC.

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Hi, I am a new user to Ubuntu and i wanted to install it to my PC with windows 7, I have installed it in the same partition that windows in, but it doesn't work. note: I have "RAID 0" on ASUS...


> it doesn't work.

What did you try?
What happened?
What did not happen?
What did you expect to happen?
What's the exact wording of any error-message?

Nov 27, 2010 | Canonical Ltd. Ubuntu

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Problem Using Windows Install Disc with RAID? Some Tips:


After going through some issues installing Windows onto a RAID partition using this Motherboard, I found some things that were helpful.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">#1 Install hangs, or I get an error after Installing RAID Driver.</span> Nowhere in the manual does it tell you this (or at least I didn't see it) but when you install the RAID driver during the windows install, the Motherboard automatically sets SATA connectors 1, 2, 3, and 4 to be RAID. That means if the DVD/CD Rom you are using is plugged in to any of those connections, the minute you install the RAID Driver, the Optical Drive will no longer work. You have to use SATA 5 connector on the motherboard for your optical drive<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">#2 Multiple Optical Drives with RAID</span>. Because of the issue in #1, there is really only 1 internal SATA Port you can plug an Optical drive into when you have RAID configured. There are some solutions if you want more than 1 Optical Drive alongside your RAID configurations. <br /><br />You can use the ESATA port on the back of the Motherboard with an extra-long SATA cable. If your case has grommets on the back for water-cooling lines, you can run the cable through there, or just in an unused PCI slot on the back.<br /><br />You can use an old-school PATA DVDrom. If you are installing 2 Optical drives, and one is a DVD burner or reader, you could get a PATA DVD Burner or reader instead. This Motherboard does have a good old fashioned ribbon connection, so it's possible. Typically DVDs or CDs don't move enough data to see a difference between PATA and SATA, but when you start getting into any DVD reading/Writing above 8X or so, you will be throttled.<br /><br />Get a PCIe controller card. I think of this as the last resort for this board because of it's possibility with graphics cards. Hooking up anything unnecessary to any of the PCI slots would be defeating the purpose of having 2 full 16X PCIe slots. You might be able to squeeze one in on one of the 1X connections, or maybe the bottom full slot, but it could get cramped if you have 2 or more Video cards.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">#3 Windows Installation Issues. DVD Drive Stops Reading during install.</span> I had this issue even after finding out my issue from tip #1. I found that some windows install discs mixed with some manufacturer's DVD drives don't get along well. It would start the installation OK, and get most of the way through it, then it would hang and throw up an error. It seems that during Installation, the SATA DVD drive decides that doesn't like the generic drivers anymore, and just stops working. I fixed this by pulling a PATA DVD drive out of an older PC to use until Windows was fully installed. Once Windows was installed, I pulled that drive back out, and Installed my SATA DVD drive, and Windows installed the drivers with no problems.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">#4 RAID Performance. </span>I'm not too sure that I'm getting the best performance from this RAID-0 configuration. I'm running 2 WD Caviar Black 500GB HDDs. My Windows Experience score for the drives is still 5.9. Perhaps the RAID configuration would work better with some faster drives, like Samsung drives, or WD Velociraptors... But I'm unsure.<br />

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RAID drivers in Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit Setup not detected


Delete the '32bit' folder from your USB drive, and try again to re-install Windows. Hopefully, it will find the '64bit' folder, and will install from that folder.

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RAID drivers in Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit Setup not detected.


PLS....give me some of this because my OS was expired and idon't have any back-up so pls may i barrow that windows ultimate OS..??? whom It may ConCern T_T

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PCI Simple Communications Controller, seem not to function


Hello my friend
First your motherboard does not support windows 7 and the maximum ram capacity is 4GB DDR400/333/266 non-ECC DDR SDRAM memory
Second you can go here and check which memory your motherboard supports
P4P800 SE Memory QV
http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/sock478/p4p800-se/P4P800_SE_QVL.pdf
Third you can try updating your Bios,more information in your manual
MANUAL
http://dlsvr.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/sock478/p4p800-se/e1886_p4p800_se.pdf


your motherboard details is here
http://www.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=YNlDkmz5gSNpiCr6&templete=2

Good luck

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As I stated earlier I have ASUS K8S-MX Motherboard, but when I connect IDE 80GB drive with 500GB SATA drive it does not detect my 4 SATA partitions, instead says it is only 500GB unformatted single...


Check your AHCI (or ACHI, can't remember) settings in your BIOS. Turn them off, use "standard pata mode" even though you're using a SATA drive, and try again.

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ASUS K8S-MX Motherboard, but when I connect IDE


How were the partitions created on the SATA? Are they RAID configured from the other system? Does the new motherboard have the same support for your HD as the other system? Check the setup in the BIOS screen on both systems to make them identical as much as you can. According to Tom's Hardware: "In the SATA port configuration place you have up to four "mode" choices: IDE (or PATA) Emulation, native SATA, AHCI, or RAID." Check this section. [email protected]

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Unable to see RAID 5 config on Asus kfn32-D SLI/SAS MB


NVIDIA RAID does not support > 2TB (18xxGB) arrays. It will NOT show up properly in Windows.

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Want to run both Raid 5 (4 drives) and a single SATA boot drive


Download the latest beta BIOS 1238. I had the same problem when adding a Samsung 1TB HDD to my RAID config. Updating to BIOS v1238 solved the Intel RAID Matrix "hanging" instantly.

You can't download it through the official Asus support page yet, but there's a topic in the Asus support forum with a link. You could also call Asus support and request the file, or just download it here: http://rapidshare.com/files/186891601/P5B-Deluxe_1238.rar :)

Feb 07, 2009 | ASUS P5B Deluxe/WiFi-AP Motherboard

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ASUS A8N-SLI Premium Specifications
CPU: Socket 939 for AMD Athlon 64FX / Athlon 64 /Sempron / Athlon 64 X2
Chipset: NVIDIA nForce4 SLI
Front Side Bus: 2000/1600 MT/s
Memory: 4 x DIMM, max. 4GB, DDR 400/333/266, ECC, non-ECC, un-buffered memory, Dual Channel Architecture.
Expansion Slots:
2 x PCI-E x16
- SLI mode: x8, x8
- Default (single VGA): x16, x1
1 * PCI-E x 1/ 1*PCI-E x 4(x2 mode)
3 x PCI
Storage/RAID: nForce4: 4 x SATA 3Gb/s
NVRAID: RAID0, RAID1, RAID0+1 and JOBD span cross SATA and PATA
2 x UltraDMA 133/100
Silicon Image 3114R RAID controller
4x SATA with RAID0, 1, 10, 5
Audio: Realtek ALC850, 8-ch High-Definition Audio CODEC
LAN: nForce4 built-in Gbit MAC with external Marvell PHY MARVELL PCI Gbit LAN controller

or see this site:
http://www.ngohq.com/home.php?page=articles&go=read&arc_id=34


Oct 30, 2008 | ASUS A8N-SLI Premium Motherboard

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