I’m looking for a way to “rebuild the mirror” as profJim said such that I do not need to do any re-install. Another option would be using the Intel Rapid Storage Technolgy program. Originally Posted by Chike. I have my boot partition 64GB and 2 data partitions GB each on the disks. We receive spam notifications and will take immediate action! Please report all spam threads, posts and suspicious members.
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Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS3R – motherboard – ATX – LGA775 Socket – P45
Originally Posted by Acebmxer. Also next time to remember to enable raid or any other options as when flashing the bios all settings get set back to default.
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I admit I have forgotten to do that and barked off some mega 4-letter words but I’m looking for a way to “rebuild the mirror” as profJim said such that I do not need to do any re-install.
In my case, I had: If you cant find out how to rebuild the array, you can always just create a new on. Results 1 to 10 of There are two quesyions, is it possible to add the current drive to a raid 1 without destroying the data, and the second if that is not possible is it possible to build a raid 1 configuration with one disk only. One of the 2 drives is current and goodthe other one has a snapshot as of 15 arid back.
Copyright c Tweak Town Pty Ltd. My question is – what is the safest way of doing so?
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Then select raid 1 for mirror methinks. This is very problematic. The Manual speaks of a setup wherein you have 2 virgin disks.
Just go back into BIOS and change it back. Another option would be using the Intel Rapid Storage Technolgy program.
The bottom-line is that there is no way to re-enable RAID without re-initializing both disks. You will have your RAID all safe and sound. The time now is If the answer is yes to either of them it shouldn’t be too difficult raie do. Join Date Mar Location N. I have my boot partition 64GB and 2 data partitions GB each on the disks.
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I realized this after 15 months when my PC crashed due to some disk issue. Sorry for the lack of updates. This would have been installed when you installed the Intel Ga-ep45-dsr3 drivers after you installed windows. Hence, ast this time, my RAID setup was gone. Originally Posted by Chike.
As you can create a raid 1 array at any time. In JanI had issues gq-ep45-ds3r Windows 7 slow boot-up – hence, I upgraded the BIOS to the latest version do not recall exact version, but that is not important as far as I understand.
I’ve never done it but I think its possible to create raiv raid array in windows using it. I do not lose my RAID array. This process itself is highly error prone and compromises availability. I now have my Two GB Disks with completely different data on them and have lost my mirrored set.