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post #11 of 17
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Originally Posted by TheChris2233;13851697 
If the drive had failed completely in RAID0, you would not be able to boot at all. More than likely it's in the process of failing and that is why you are getting the errors.

If it was me, I would

Immediately backup anything I wanted to keep that I knew wasn't backed up somewhere else.
Create a full image of the disk array.
Find Samsung's disk diagnostics iso and make the cd.
Go into BIOS and disable the raid (most disk diagnostics won't be able to detect drives if they are in a raid)
boot off diagnostics CD and run full tests on disks.
RMA as necessary
Recreate raid and restore image made earlier

I'm currently in the process of backing up my stuff.

However i will probably not run RAID 0 anyway so i don't think i need to create a full image of the disk array .

When you meen disable the RAID do you meen set it to IDE or AHCI mode ?
Edited by Benny99 - 6/12/11 at 11:13pm
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^this. Also have 2 not in raid but i did before and i got errors too. I have used them for a year now one for os and one for downloads, recording and random storage and they work fine for me now.
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So i ran the Samsung Tool and the one drive just was errors galore .

Came up saying Service Code : AJ36 Bad Sector at the end of the test.

The other drive passed with no errors.

So gonna RMA the faulty one
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I have Raid 0 for my games folder and after a recent hardware change i had errors showing on one of the drives.

The drives would attempt to recover data at boot up and would spend a hell of along time doing so.
I was gutted and angry also as the drives where only 3-4 months old at this point.

After having a good mooch around in my case it turns out the sata connectors were not in the socket 100% perfect,a quick reinstallation of the cables sorted this problem and no more errors on the Raid array

Worth a try?
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Start up Intel Rapid Storage program. Click on manage then the drive that is failing on the right. On the left, where it says status, click reset to normal. Sometimes this works.
Get WD RE4 drives for RAID. You pay a little more, but they're worth it.
Edited by ski-bum - 6/13/11 at 4:15am
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After having a good mooch around in my case it turns out the sata connectors were not in the socket 100% perfect,a quick reinstallation of the cables sorted this problem and no more errors on the Raid array

Worth a try?
Not gonna help when i ran the Samsung Diagnostic tool the one drive was just riddled with errors .

I'm talking 20-30 errors on one of the tests .

Plus at the end the error code was Bad Sector .

On top of that it also mentioned this drive has some defects lol
Edited by Benny99 - 6/13/11 at 5:11am
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Start up Intel Rapid Storage program. Click on manage then the drive that is failing on the right. On the left, where it says status, click reset to normal. Sometimes this works.
Get WD RE4 drives for RAID. You pay a little more, but they're worth it.
Already tried resetting it to normal fair few times.

I would restart and the same error would occur .

I'm just going to send the one drive off for warranty .
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