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Both drives are showing in BIOS, when disabled RAID.
Then drives are fine and you most likely have the same issue I've had numerous times. Most, in fact, after flashing a new BIOS or resetting settings to default at times. ICH10R are a bit whack but again can be repaired *without data loss*.

[EDIT] I'm checking your sig board and that has an nVidia controller so that is most likely *not* ICH10R from Intel mate.. I'll keep checking but is this happening on the same board in your sig?
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post #12 of 73
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Both drives are showing in BIOS, when disabled RAID.
Ok, now see if there's a part of the BIOS for SATA settings. Mine are in the onboard settings.

I know mine's an Nvidia board, but I have to open a SATA menu and tell the BIOS which SATA sockets to be used as RAID (currently, mines 3 and 4) then I'd ahve to enter the RAID BIOS to set up an array.

Fortunately, your array is already set up, so you won't need to do that.

But, I'm 100% confident you've just not told the BIOS which SATA sockets to use for RAID. Which would explain the RAID BIOS giving the failed status. This happens every single time I reset my CMOS after a bad overclocking attempt. resetting the CMOS is similar to the BIOS defaults in that it clears all my previous settings.

EDIT:

I think you should count yourself lucky both drives are visible, too! That's always a good sign!
Edited by Kryten - 8/1/09 at 3:02pm
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post #13 of 73
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I'm 100% confident you've just not told the BIOS which SATA sockets to use for RAID. Which would explain the RAID BIOS giving the failed status.
I agree Kyrten, his board has nVidia chipset so it's not an Intel thus my guide most likely will not help

I never did lose a RAID array on an nVidia chipset but had lost settings numerous times which, again, I agree is most likely the situation here.
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Then drives are fine and you most likely have the same issue I've had numerous times. Most, in fact, after flashing a new BIOS or resetting settings to default at times. ICH10R are a bit whack but again can be repaired *without data loss*.

[EDIT] I'm checking your sig board and that has an nVidia controller so that is most likely *not* ICH10R from Intel mate.. I'll keep checking but is this happening on the same board in your sig?
This is another machine, my new i7 build which i bought 3 days ago. Motherboard is UD5, which has ICH10R.

Sorry, didnt have time to upgrade my sig

atm trying to find where in bios i assign drives to sockets... not sure if this bios even have this option. If i cant get it, i will try the guide!
Edited by Sheira - 8/1/09 at 3:08pm
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I agree Kyrten, his board has nVidia chipset so it's not an Intel thus my guide most likely will not help

I never did lose a RAID array on an nVidia chipset but had lost settings numerous times which, again, I agree is most likely the situation here.
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This is another machine, my new i7 build which i bought 3 days ago. Motherboard is UD5, which has ICH10R.

Sorry, didnt have time to upgrade my sig

atm trying to find where in bios i assign drives to sockets... not sure if this bios even have this option. If i cant get it, i will try the guide!


All the same, it's still likely you just need to tell the BIOS which sockets to be used as RAID!

I have to go now, but I'll leave you in the capable hands of Ictinike!




EDIT:

have a look under the onboard settings, or near the USB settings, or near hardware monitoring! It'll be there somewhere!
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This is another machine, my new i7 build which i bought 3 days ago. Motherboard is UD5, which has ICH10R.

Sorry, didnt have time to upgrade my sig
Ahhh well grats on the new build *AND* having ICH10R then I'm telling you it can be fixed, seen it too many times now, your issue

I'm just fearful of helping the non established masses, no disrespect, on RAID issues because it can go either way. You could get your array back with my guide I'm fairly sure however it could go wrong and you could lose everything however it's not anything less than what you have now.

Again, no disrespect here, but not knowing much about RAID setups it might not be something you wish to employ. Sure it get's you gains on your system and I'm for all learning (which I know your apt at doing) but losing critical data on a setup you might not know how to work -or- possibly repair is a tough choice. I hope you get what I'm saying here..
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Ictinike: are you using F7 BIOS? There is optopm "Smart Backup", does it need to be in "RAID 0 (Performance)" mode? Just wondering, becouse i had it like that, and it didnt seem to reset after i cleared bios settings.


edit: Sure, i understand, but at this point i have nothing to loose, only lots of hours from my time, which i spent configuring my new windows install. So even if this goes wrong, i am glad i learn new things about raid, how to deal with it, what i need to avoid in future, etc.
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What BIOS? Award?

If so I can possibly take some screeshots of my BIOS and up them here shortly if that would help you. Must reboot, BIOS capture and log back in so take me a few and dinner is incoming

Let me know though. What's the new board btw? I'm replying and maybe you already stated.. Model and name, etc
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Ictinike: are you using F7 BIOS? There is optopm "Smart Backup", does it need to be in "RAID 0 (Performance)" mode? Just wondering, becouse i had it like that, and it didnt seem to reset after i cleared bios settings/
I'm running F9 on my UD3P which isn't yours but similar. As for that smart backup that's used for XP only I believe.. I've never used nor touched it.

Let me get some BIOS screenshots from my F9 which I"m sure are the same for the drives/RAID as your UD5. Be Right back.
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post #20 of 73
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Award BIOS, F7 - which is newest for this board. The board is Gigabyte UD5.

The Smart Backup thing, i set it to RAID 0 even before I created this RAID array (and before windows install)


@Kryten:

Couldnt find it yet, I see the positions of HDDs (They are listed as "ports"), but thats it. I think i cannot change those fields. Laters mate and thanks for your help!
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