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Windows 7 Has No Notification Of RAID Failure?


What I would have preferred is if Windows maybe, idk... Yes, go to Rebuilding RAID1 in the next tab (Using the Intel Matrix Manager in the OS). This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. Having been around here for a while, I've certainly seen Microsoft people respond to a lot of posts, but I'm just not perceiving what I'd call "priority support" for anyone. check over here

For a small, inexpensive (the I in RAID stands for inexpensive) RAID setup you can't beat the Intel chipset based RAID controllers on modern motherboards, ESPECIALLY with SSDs. What is the word meaning people who sell something in forceful way on the street or places? Windows can also be configured to take an action if certain events occur in the event log by using task scheduler. Thanks for visiting - to see the newest, up-to-date content, please visit my new WP instance!

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ect. Sadly the system wont event boot from the second disc. Raid5 failure - can't rebuild - need help! The recommended language for implementing a provider are C/C++ ect..

Found out today about no notification on failed redundancy. Why can't we reverse hashes? That is not the best way to do things. What gives?

Edited by OrionManufacturing Monday, October 17, 2011 12:35 PM Monday, October 17, 2011 12:34 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I'm sorry, it was not my intention to Intel Matrix Storage Manager Best Regards, Monday, September 26, 2011 10:23 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I would suggest that you open a real ticket with Microsoft on Monday, November 07, 2011 10:01 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Event ID: 26 [Informational] is already in win7. I double checked that there are NO WARNINGS by re-installing Windows 7 Pro SP1 fresh and making a RAID 1 through Disk Management.

In theory this should work with any RAID -software, motherboard, hba - this due to the VDS subsystem support that enabled diskpart.exe and other tools. So the Intel Raid has full warning on boot and within the windows tray that the Raid has a problemClick to expand... Does this change what's reported? There is no native wmi provider that will subscribe to the Microsoft RAID notifications and provide status information, let alone bind to a notification service like email or eventx.

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eventlogger, c. Is there an eventlog message that's tied to the specific failure you're seeing? Raid Monitoring Software Windows Server 2012 I luckily haven't had a failure, but I was setting up an ICH7R mb raid which made me think to actually check this other machine with mirrored dynamic volumes. Intel Rst And why didn't Windows tell me?

Using the chipset for RAID arrays is necessary if you intend to install the operating system on the array, like if you want a striped array (RAID 0) for performance, however a check my blog They are NOT created equal, and if you value your data - which you should - you should consider getting the best disk drive you can for any configuration. -Noel Boot up Windows, hit the start button, and in the search box type either "Create and" or "Disk man", and click "Create and Formant Hard Disk Partitions". Can you justify saying that such solutions were better in the past but not today?

share|improve this answer answered Jan 9 at 14:36 Sean Riddolls 111 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign livres mobi May 16, 2014 at 19:29 Reply If some one wants to be updated with most recent technologies therefore he must be pay a quick visit this site and be Resetting to NON-RAID Reset the RAID Disks to NON-RAID Note: When performing this operation, all data on the RAID drives is lost. this content However, when a disk fails, the status is updated and reads "Failed Rd" instead:
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Volume2DSystemReseNTFSSimple100MBHealthy Technically, scripting diskpart is a

I don't know. Back to Top 3. This wasn't true just 7-8 years ago; where there were closer, single-core CPUs in PCs.

And yet, how simple it would be for them to make it something worthwhile.

Why should the state not provide for basic necessities? Not seeing the issue here... Theme: Himalayas by ThemeGrill. The values are: "OK""Error""Degraded""Unknown""Pred Fail""Starting""Stopping""Service""Stressed""NonRecover""No Contact""Lost Comm" ----- relevant section in case link breaks later ----- This simple script should have worked, but the "status" field is blank: Clear-Host

An improvement would be to WinTask schedule it to periodically update it. Did Windows 7 get rid of that warning? Finding nothing, I've come here to post my concerns. have a peek at these guys Sumesh P - Microsoft Online Community Support Friday, October 21, 2011 7:12 AM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote Yeah - it was too good to be true.

In lieu of a real solution,I have simply configured Task Scheduler to launch Disk Management each day at 9:00am: C:\Windows\System32\taskschd.mscTrigger: Daily / 9:00amAction: Start ProgramTarget:C:\Windows\System32\diskmgmt.msc When I start my As has been pointed out here, these boards are built on an Intel chipset for RAID and so I installed Intel Rapid Storage Technology that supports automated email notifications on RAID Itreally just looks like Microsoft has a (relatively small) team of nice folks who do take what people write here seriously and occasionally try to help. -Noel Sunday, October 16, 2011 How to Troubleshoot a RAID configuration issue on a Dell Desktop PC Initial Troubleshooting RAID Failed RAID Degraded Deleting RAID Resetting to NON-RAID 1.