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Hey guys, having an issue with my storage drives. I put 2 of them in raid0 for performance purposes (western digital black 4tb)
Followed instructions like disabling csm support etc.

But now whenever I try to restart or shutdown computer from inside windows, windows will shut down and the screen will go black, but the motherboard lights/fans still stay on. I have to hard hold the power button or unplug the power in order to turn it off completely.

I've tried disabling raid, and windows 10 restarts/turns off fine.

Ive tried updating bios, problem still here.

Any idea what I can do to fix this short of disabling raid?
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Have you disabled fast boot in windows power management?
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yes
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Hey guys, having an issue with my storage drives. I put 2 of them in raid0 for performance purposes (western digital black 4tb)
Followed instructions like disabling csm support etc.

But now whenever I try to restart or shutdown computer from inside windows, windows will shut down and the screen will go black, but the motherboard lights/fans still stay on. I have to hard hold the power button or unplug the power in order to turn it off completely.

I've tried disabling raid, and windows 10 restarts/turns off fine.

Ive tried updating bios, problem still here.

Any idea what I can do to fix this short of disabling raid?

The time after the screens go black, the raid controller is flushing any changes you made to disk. Just leave it for a bit and it should turn off. I had the same issue with my C6H. Ended up asking the shop I bought it from the check the board. Turned out there was nothing wrong with it, and I got billed for an inspection.

There isn't a way to fix/get round this. Its part and parcel of raid.
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nope, if I leave it alone it eventuAlly will restart back into windows after about 15 minutes.

this happens whether I choose shut down or restart
post #6 of 8
Go to Device Manager and uncheck anything that says, "allow this device to wake up computer".
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nope, if I leave it alone it eventuAlly will restart back into windows after about 15 minutes.

this happens whether I choose shut down or restart

I'm sorry, I'm all out of ideas at this point. You could do something janky like software raid within windows.

I ended up ditching raid for exactly these reasons.
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You may be experiencing a normal condition that your OS or BIOS is logging as an error.
Both the BIOS and Windows have the option to shut down or reboot on error.
Experiment with each by temporarily switching the settings to 'shut down on error' to see which is causing the reboot and work from there.
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