the ironic is, my PC is still running like there was no problem. but when i choose continue, then i can access my windows do any thing but I have to open the Intel Rapid Storage Technology and I see an alert on my Then follow these steps to resolve the issue: Launch the Intel Matrix Storage Console software that you now have from the installation and open up the tree view to examine my Last edited: Nov 17, 2012 Nov 16, 2012 at 11:56 AM #2 vawrvawerawe Joined: Nov 11, 2012 Messages: 619 (0.42/day) Thanks Received: 34 System Specs Did you check all the physical weblink
Once you have it opened, you can setup the cache by selecting the Accelerate icon and then selecting the Enable acceleration link in the window. But still RST gives me message that drives disconnected... Once I reset the BIOS settings I was good to go. XP Professional.
This utility was built into the BIOS of my machine which was from 2004, so you should probably have the same. Wind mills in empty fields. may be I was wrong!
so much for entertainment setup is a SSD drive for my OS & a 1 TB for data ( both sata ) bios is set ahci as it was by manufacturer We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish.Accept Read MorePrivacy & Cookies Policy Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not Try to back up data immediately.' The '(0)' (I believe) refers to the device number and is not an error code. Raid 0 Error Occurred (0) The issue is that the cache drive has somehow become desynced with the data on the hard drive.
The second and much more annoying instance is where the system won't boot at all and looks like you have a failed drive. Intel Rapid Storage Technology Status Failed Conditions in modeler field calculator How do we prove that something is unprovable? how can i sole the problem without formatting the laptop? It may be a drive in the process of dying (so a SMART check to find that out) or an interface problem.
Dying disk. Error Occurred (0) Hard Drive Summary of Steps Here is the rundown of the steps for those that need a quick reference of steps. The feature allows a small solid state drive to act as a cache for the hard drive making frequently accessed programs, data and booting of the system much faster than a Since it's a RAID0 config, your drives will look like gibberish to the OS if you turn off RAID.
He helped me solve a nagging problem (that really wasn't a problem) on a PC build for someone else, i.e., the boot screen kept flagging that HDD "error" that happened one Don't worry, this is just a formality as it may work in some instances. Intel Rapid Storage Technology Raid Error Occurred (0) Not the answer you're looking for? Raid 0 Error Occurred Fix All service packs and updates installed. > > Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 Conroe 2.4GHz 4M shared L2 Cache LGA 775 Processor > > > Does anyone have any suggestions on
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I might be able to shed some light on this for you, as I've had a similar problem and I have a P9X79 Deluxe, so something similar could be happening to The programs and data on the RAID are mission critical and I need my RAID up and working again. From my experience, the problem seems to be more common with people who have setups of a RAID hard drive array that is then cached with an SSD rather than a http://offsethq.com/intel-rapid/intel-rapid-storage-technology-hard-disk-error.html Run a test to see if your HDD is problematic.
Usually re-booting the system got it going again but I could never find the problem. Intel Rapid Storage Technology Reset Disk To Normal In fact, from the symptoms you are describing, it does sound like your hard drive is beginning to fail. After loading Windows, you will see the message from the top of the article if you launch the Intel Rapid Storage Technology driver up and switch to the Accelerate tab.
no viruses on the machine- thats for sure. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 6. Chkdsk also reported no errors. > > From the time I first observed this error message some days ago, the > computer has been working without any apparent problems (boots up Intel Matrix Storage Manager Error Occurred 0 Raid 1 How do you prove that mirrors aren't parallel universes?
You will first want to attempt and remove the SSD caching setup if it will let you. Discuss "Error Occurred(0)" with RAID 0. What does it mean? In here the drives show the reported error as well.
What does it mean? Time will tell. More discussions in Desktop Boards All PlacesSupport CommunityDesktop Boards 6 Replies Latest reply on Aug 23, 2013 9:39 AM by sylvia_intel Error Occurred on the status of my hard disk spacejumper What does it mean?
This fixed the issue for me. With hard drives that don't have TLER, enabling "Patrol Read" on the RAID controller will something bump drives out of RAID because it is constantly looking for errors and without TLER, I did first verify that all connections, SATA and power supply to the HDDS were OK. It 'might' be that one of the drives has developed a SMART error.
Ask a new question Read More Hard Drives Computers Rapid Storage Storage NAS / RAID Dell Studio Xps Related Resources 2 x mSata Raid0 working, Intel rapid storage doesn't see it, I'm a little squeamish about doing this at this point until my large hard disk arrives so that I can first backup the entire hard disk. > > If you have There should be some other sockets someplace else. All service packs and updates installed.
Nov 17, 2012 at 1:37 AM #8 kiv8 New Member Joined: Nov 16, 2012 Messages: 4 (0.00/day) Thanks Received: 0 Aquinus said: ↑ I might be able to shed some light Right-click on each drive and select the popup menu option "Mark as Normal".