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Re: How to restore RAID-5 array

Kerry Brown
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      16th Aug 2009
You'll probably have to find a forum or newsgroup that deals with Gigabyte
motherboards to get help with this.


Kerry Brown
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"pasbes" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> Hi!
> I am stuck and I do not know how to go on to fix this problem:
> My computers RAID 5 array had one drive crash and I can not start
> Vista64 again. The computer worked fine before the crash.
> The RAID 5 array is consisted of 4 similar drives. I replaced the
> failed drive with a new similar drive and I get a good response from the
> RAID controller of the motherboard witch went to REBUILD state
> automatically. The controller even states that the array is bootable.
> But nothing happens...
> Once the boot passes the RAID menu, the motherboard can not find any
> drive to start Vista64, (the board does not find the RAID array) and the
> new drive is not 'rebuild'...
> What is the correct procedure to fix the array and start the OS?
> Thanks in advance for your help!!
> Pascal B.
> Computer information:
> OS: Vista 64 OEM
> Memory: Corsair XMS 4GB DDR2 PC2-8500 1066MHz
> Motherboard: Gigabyte - Socket 775 - ATX iP35 (GA-P35-DS4) - DDR2 /
> Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 3.0GHz / 1333MHz / 4MB (Boxed)
> Hard drives: 4 x SAMSUNG SPINPOINT 500GB SATA/300 7200RPM 16MB
> Power supply: ANTEC PHANTOM 500 NÄTDEL ATX12V 500W
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