So you have the media shield alerting you what drive is broken, without disabling the system you swap the driver and bam, it’s rebuilding the storage array. I guess I just need to make sure my restore points are current and have the update hide tool ready for action. Thursday, August 25, 3: Evenutally my restore point got pushed off the retained list. Wednesday, August 10, 8: They work and they are all we have. Hi Pimmozzzz, You may report the issue to the device manufacturer support and pay attention to the device manufacturer website for the new released driver.
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Since the Nvidia dropped for this product, we could do nothing for a driver issue. Wednesday, August 10, 7: Hey guys, just wanted to add my particular experience to this thread, since Google brought me here when looking for answers to my issue: Best regards Please remember to mark the replies as an answers if they help and unmark them if they provide no help. Monday, August 22, It corrupted the restore beyond repair.
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The only thing you can do at the moment rraid to stay on that build with that number or to destroy the raid and go onto ahci but this could be no solution for ever i think Thursday, August 25, 3: It sounds like Nvidia is doing nothing and saying their product isn’t compatible with Win Hi Pimmozzz, “Besides that: As others have pointed out, uninstalling that update brought my RAID disk back.
Luckily it is 780ii my boot device. Haven’t received registration validation E-mail? I have a raid 0 for some extra speed and the array or any array I build doesnt get reconized.
Since you have hot swappable drives, you could pull out the bad drive, plug in a new one and the system is back to its normal state. Upgrade process went off without a hitch, but when I got back to the desktop, my 4 TB RAID 10 array with all my stuff on it was nowhere to be found. Sign in to vote.
Check out the following link: Then I tried to built an array with the nforce raid tool. Also, since I’m going with a Striped array for performance reasons, what should I use for block size? I need the dual boot configuration and older OS to use bit hardware flatbed scanner that will not work under Windows I recommend to copy all files, which are within the “sataraid” folder, into the root of the USB drive.
We’ll do the review in Guru style. I’ve rebooted three times now and the drive is still there I’ve had some succes blocking the update until 3 days ago.
It snuck back, but KB was no longer showing up to uninstall.
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Also can i run a dual boot on a raid setup? I guess it will disappear again as soon as the update is installed again though. Hope this helps somebody out there.
Edited by Qu4rkz Tuesday, August 16, If you want the best all-over benchmark scores, I recommend to use a block size of KB. You can read about this problem here: Instead I uninstalled the security update KB and now the raid is working.
Monday, September 5, 2: Also, if you like any of the advice I give, please recommend I get a BR, thanks! Intel Core i5 K, Disk Drives: However I could not find the mentioned KB