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I was just browsing the Pit a few minutes ago, when Intel Matrix Storage Manager came up to say that I have an error in a RAID 0 volume, and I should back up my data ASAP. Now I'm not worried about my data; this is a fresh install of Windows, and most of my files still haven't been transferred back. What I'm worried about is my Raptors. Does anyone have experience with this?

 

Windows is running fine still, and I'm in the process of "Verifying" the volume through the Matrix Manager. After that, I'll do a CHKDSK, and pray to Zeus that it comes out error-free.

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Nope, I've never touched iTunes.

 

Anyway, I haven't gotten any more errors, so I'll just keep running as normal and see if anything happens.

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Simonsells91, I had the same problem a few times, and only once was a clue given to me....Installing SP1 on my Vista Ultimate! This last time, I let it repair it'self, then I ran chkdsk and got into a bluescreen loop :(

 

I was lucky enough to have had most everything backed up before this happened.

 

Bruce told me that Vista SP1 doesn't like the raid drivers :surrender:

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I don't have SP1 yet.

 

I'm thinking it's something on the software end. If one of the drives was bad, I would be having a lot more problems. Intel Matrix hasn't given me another warning, and the CHKDSK didn't find anything wrong. So if nothing else comes up, I'll forget this all ever happened.

 

Thanks for the help. :)

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An Error using RAID can mean many things, the worst of which is a drive is diing or has bad sectors. I would reboot your machine, enter the intel RAID manager after post and see what errors it reports.

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