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Array been corrupted by the Raid Controller in GA-880GMA-UD2H Rev: 2.0?

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Old 05-08-2011
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Array been corrupted by the Raid Controller in GA-880GMA-UD2H Rev: 2.0?
  

Hello friends dealing with very new problem with me and have no idea how to get rid of this when I tried to boot in and load the OS it showed "DISK BOOT FAILURE, INSERT SYSTEM DISK AND PRESS ENTER" as well the standalone drive dropped off the system and now just failing out with all my attempts to clear this problem out can you guys have a tuff discussion which would help me out please help me?

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Re: Array been corrupted by the Raid Controller in GA-880GMA-UD2H Rev: 2.0?

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Re: Array been corrupted by the Raid Controller in GA-880GMA-UD2H Rev: 2.0?

Have you done a check using the diagnostic tool with Digital Wetsern and says there is nothing wrong there, but could instruct you how to go with it, I downloaded the tool on another PC, does the disk and passed it, but it did not look as if they did something for me? POST team does ok? Insert the disk and then click the button to turn on the PC. Then click again and that should boot the Windows disk ,if it does, then you probably do not have a hardware problem. Identification of the pull of power to the hard drive will not install Windows on. Things Will only to simplify the review of the HP boot screen is slow or bios related, when setting up the DVD for you first boot device F10 to save changes and exit.
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Re: Array been corrupted by the Raid Controller in GA-880GMA-UD2H Rev: 2.0?

You can try to check the ASUS website for newer versions of the drivers. The drivers of the discs included are almost inherently out of date, the time it takes effect once the product is made in writing from your hard drive and packed to the point that it receives. Maybe the WD drives are more picky about their Seagates RAID controllers friends, although this seems unlikely although it is worth checking. Of course, there's always a chance that you have a bad motherboard.
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Re: Array been corrupted by the Raid Controller in GA-880GMA-UD2H Rev: 2.0?

Try booting with the DVD distribution unit. Works for me. The system does not try to do the installation - to start normally. This is a Western Digital 160G disk with a new installation on a motherboard ECS. A different unit works well for a different operating system. Now I would give you certain solutions by which you can solve them out and they are like Your HDD has had it and needs replacing, and now Check in BIOS and make sure the HDD IS detected.
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Re: Array been corrupted by the Raid Controller in GA-880GMA-UD2H Rev: 2.0?

I hope this would be because you might have a bad hard drive, first I would be asking you to Go into your bios and change the boot order from CD DRive to Harddrive. Now I would ask you to be sure that the boot order is been seem to be ok and also make sure that the HDD is set to the first boot device as there is a simple check, well now make sure that no other peripherals have been plugged in. Hopefully you get rid of your problem sooner.
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Re: Array been corrupted by the Raid Controller in GA-880GMA-UD2H Rev: 2.0?

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Re: Array been corrupted by the Raid Controller in GA-880GMA-UD2H Rev: 2.0?

Yes, the two devices are seeing. That was unplugged says it is "free" while another says it is the Array1 two hard drives seems to work, but after a disconnect not only recorded as part of the matrix might add that 1.I data recovery program will be able to recover data from a hard RAID'd if I remember correctly, so to avoid losing data in the future you need to backup your data regularly. I was assumed that the power cord is pulled, because there is good reason for your computer to turn off after the withdrawal of the SATA cable, make sure you have good connections at both and if possible try a substitute SATA data cable. If the drive partition has been damaged, which could explain why the RAID controller is having trouble seeing the unit without peer as a legitimate part of the RAID array already operational.
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