I’m not sure how to provide the RAID drivers at installation time. This never occurred in Vista and it is very anoying. Every so often the same thing will happen only for 60 seconds and with no raid. A ‘container’ which you use, that uses mdadm. Last edited by Ginta on Mon Feb 06, 4: These go in the initrd.

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This topic has been archived. Where would I find them. RAID5 looks it require a minimum of 3 discs? I was previously running IMSM 8.

Many advanced features such as hot swapping, native command queuing, and advanced power management will not work. Thanks, Hope it helps. This would help to bracket when the bug was introduced. My warrantee is expired so I’m asking here for help. Those command outputs are the result when I type shell, and wwith a busybox shell from genkernel’s initrd.

Issues with Windows Vista* and Intel® RAID

This must apply to me: The only reason to use fakeraid is that you need to share the raid set with another operating system that does imssm understand mdadm raid sets.


If so, are you aware of a fix? I think Windows came with 8. Pinhedd Oct 19,2: Haven’t seen a failure in two days, but since 8.

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Do I really need Intel Matrix Storage Manager (or is it RST now)?

I am using genkernel with mdadm enabled, tried default config and custom one with same q The link didn’t open so I downloaded update version 4. The general solution is to downgrade to v8.

This time, I followed up every steps on the handbook, so,ve the same what I did before, but leads me to an unbootable system, as root partition is in the raid, which mdadm is unable to detect. This way you can see which command fails. Every so often the same thing will happen only for 60 seconds and with no raid. Ginta, Root on raid requires an initrd.

Issues with Windows Vista* and Intel® RAID

I was running the “stock” Win7 Intel drivers for my board, and didn’t have the delay problem using a RAID 10 — but then after installing 8. For about the past month my computer crashes and restarts with a blue screen message and solvr the desktop appears there’s a message. I also updated eith Graphics driver. If not listed then it appears my OS is not running in either mode.

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I’ll didn’t know about the pin. The blue screen doesn’t last long enough to read. And do you have the delay every time after resume from sleep as I do? Please enter a title.

The message is always the same except for one I got yesterday that’s described at the end of this post. Unfortunately I didn’t see the previous version number in the event log. Next i used 9. Reference Intel Bug CS saying they can’t reproduce the bug. See Peter’UK’s thread at http: