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August 5, 2008, 2:20 am
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Intel Matrix Storage Manager on an Intel DG965OT board.
Yesterday I moved the entire system (motherboard, CPU and disks) to a
new box that has more room. I reconnected the SATA cables in the same
order I took them off. I did not make any hardware changes except
that I removed some jumpers from my Seagate 7200.10 drives to remove
the 1.5G/s limit.
When I did the POST, the Matrix Storage Manager came up as failed RAID
volume and only 2 of the 3 drives showed up. I had forgotten to plug
in the last drive.
I reconnected the final drive. Now all three drives show up green but
the RAID volume is still red "failed". I have an option to rebuild
the array, but I am afraid that I will erase my data on my existing 3
Does rebuild automatically erase everything?
Did I do something wrong by removing the jumpers - should I replace
Any help would be greatly appreciated - I surfed the forum but did not
find an answer.
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