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May 15, 2012 #1 FireBean Gawd Messages: 990 Joined: Apr 12, 2010 I have the latest BIOS and Drivers loaded I installed window 7 in AHCI mode Boot drive is in Then did Upgrade Anytime to Ultimate. You need to identify what hardware component is faulty. I want to create 2x 2TB raid0 using the WD Black drives.When I go into the biod and turn the intel Sata Controller mode from the standard AHCI to RAID as http://digitalsurgeon.net/windows-7/windows-7-blue-screen-raid.html

Then check the information available in Intel Rapid Storage Technology where you can check the status of a RAID and non-RAID drives. Stuff you delete by mistake and then wish to recover is still GONE!If you want a reliable backup system, a second HDD is a good medium to use, although sometimes it Burn the image. It doesn't stay up long so I haven't had a lot of time to study it. http://superuser.com/questions/82130/after-enabling-raid0-blue-screen-of-death

What is significant about the number 8069 ft? Installation & Setup Removing Raid O designation and installing a New SSDI currently have a Dell Studio 7100 AMD 1090T with two 750 gb Baracudas in a Raid 0 configuration. Fix: Using EasyRE to correct incorrect boot configuration For cases where UNMOUNTABLE BOOT VOLUME is caused by incorrect or outdated information regarding the Windows partition in the boot configuration files (BOOT.INI It does automatically make two copies of everything put to the HDD, BUT it has major failings as a backup system.

do you know how I would use the latest intel drivers when installing? My MOB is sata 2 only. Apple may provide or recommend responses as a possible solution based on the information provided; every potential issue may involve several factors not detailed in the conversations captured in an electronic EasyRE will test for and attempt to automatically correct errors with the disk, partition, bootsector, filesystem, bootloader, and registry.

SSD and 2 1TB HDDs, Installed OPS on SSD and every thing boots fine. Email Reset Password Cancel Need to recover your Spiceworks IT Desktop password? Creating your account only takes a few minutes. Click on the Restart button to reboot your PC and test the changes.

Everything worked wonderfully for three months.Then I created some striped raid volumes involving three of the five HDs in my machine using SoftRaid. I then set intel controller to raid and went to install windows. The steps that you performed above gave the system more time and it would probably have booted anyway a few minutes later without loading the drivers which obviouly were no longer Installed Boot Camp 3.0 from the SL disk then updated to 3.1.

Please uninstall the Catalyst Control Center and see if that helps to stop the BSOD's. We only use Dell. If the configuration store (BOOT.INI/BCD) is incorrectly set or no longer points to the correct partition, the ntoskrnl will be unable to load Windows from the indicated partition and an UNMOUNTABLE About Advertising Privacy Terms Help Sitemap × Join millions of IT pros like you Log in to Spiceworks Reset community password Agree to Terms of Service Connect with Or Sign up

You need to create the RAID first, then install Windows. check my blog Windows 7: BSOD after installing RAID 0 24 Mar 2011 #1 Slashmolder Windows 7 Ultimate x64 12 posts BSOD after installing RAID 0 Ever since I set up You can't go from 0 to 1, or 1 to 0 either usually. The exact instructions differ from one manufacturer to the other, but the options will resemble what is shown in the screenshots below.

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Right? –thegreyspot Dec 12 '09 at 0:13 3 But i bet all of your drives are on the same adapter right? Perhaps somewhat ironically, Windows 7 was officially unsupported when I had the RC running, and now it's officially supported.I'd appreciate any input, although the_hatter has already helped me out quite a I put the HDs and driver back in and restored the Windows 7 image to the Boot Camp partition.This had the same behaviour you described crashed to the Cache Manager blue http://digitalsurgeon.net/windows-7/windows-7-bsod-raid-mode.html Thanks David!

I'm doing this because I have lost 3 SSDs to controller issues already, I'm not taking any more chances. NTLDR and BOOTMGR both have multiple methods of uniquely identifying (or trying to) a partition, some of which are based off a combination of the disk number and the partition offset Description and Symptoms The error messages, alerts, warnings, and symptoms below are tied to this error.

I just loaded the drivers from the motherboard disc..

I recently bought a motherboard with an AMD SB850 RAID controller and had to research a lot to understand the basis of the process and tweak my own case. plz help solved Blue screen after gaming More resources See also solved Packard Bell black screen after selecting second screen Blue screen of death - now in safe mode solved Blue Please type your message and try again. tikigod19Dec 29, 2012, 2:56 PM SSD is connected to intel port 1 or 0, it changes periodically when I'm trying to fix the constant stream of bull*&it this PC throws at

I love my life. Not the answer you're looking for? I'm thinking that, once you added the HDD units, your BIOS automatically assumed that they would be the first boot device and it can't do that because Windows can't read an have a peek at these guys Easy Recovery Essentials can fix many errors such as this automatically using its built-in Automated Repair option.

Boot up your PC from the Easy Recovery Essentials CD or USB you created. All working brilliantly now, thanks very much GhislainGDec 23, 2012, 8:06 PM Glad you got it working. When I switch that mode to the correct one, it fixes it. Most people would set the optical drive as the first device, then the SSD (jn your case) that contains the OS.

You might need to load 3rd party drivers, this can be done at the drive/partition selection window by hitting "Load Drivers". Once after saying insert boot device I just force restarted and it loaded fine, however the most recent time it did not. Shows some blue screen dumping physical memory and wont start in normal mode.. tikigod19Dec 29, 2012, 4:09 AM thanks for the information.

They certainly are not meant for the faint of heart... :) If you get the option to configure some SATA ports as RAID/AHCI and leave others as IDE, you should try Help Desk » Inventory » Monitor » Community » Open Menu Close Menu Apple Shopping Bag Apple Mac iPad iPhone Watch TV Music Support Search apple.com Shopping Bag : CommunitiesSign inPostBrowse I wish to undo the Raid and make them individual drives.