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Failing that it may be of help to try the Marvell controller, this will be a completely different set of drivers and you should get a clean install.
I did find a single link, that stated your mobo doesn’t support Raid with Linux. The other 2 are pretty self-explanatory. And, of course, by the time the end consumer finds out, it is too late. I’m used to arrays auto rebuilding, however I only used dedicated controllers. Installing an unsigned bit device driver is not supported and might result in an unusable Windows installation.
Rebuild RAID 1 array on ASUS M2A-VM motherboard with ATI SB controller – CentOS
Controller Configuration Options 1 and 4 are informational only. There are no options to set under those two sections. The only requirement would be that there is a driver available for the SB controller under the desired OS.
Find More Posts by andyc I get a kernel panic once it tries to mount the filesystems. Am I missing something?
So, having spent entirely too much time on this already, I have stopped fighting with it. Did you instal “Webpam”? Please type the name of the driver in the box, it doesn’t look like the one I used. My partition table contains: View Drive Assignments 2. I ask you do i need chipset drivers installed for my mobo asus m2n on my os win 7 x 64,i cant seem to find and driver for my chipset nforce mcp.
I shouldn’t need to boot into the OS to rebuild the array, right?
Asus M3A / ATI SB / ATI Chipset RAID drivers bit – Windows 7 Help Forums
Joined Jan 12, Messages 1 0. If you are installing bit Windows 7 then the drivers I supplied won’t work and I’m afraid I have no way of testing if any bit drivers out there will work.
Please post again if you’re still having trouble. They haven’t been very responsive thus far, so I am not very hopeful.
I get a kernel panic once it tries to mount the filesystems. The best thing to do is just leave the PC on and let it do its thing. The other 2 are pretty self-explanatory. I eb600 tried deleting and redefining the array to include the new drive without initializing the drives in the array.
You can reboot while it is rebuilding the RAID – that’s not a problem. Solution is there http: Several people sb6600 suggested downloading combinations of drivers or forcing the use of older ones, but this one does work straight away, no hassle. It does not rebuild the array to the new drive. Better late than never Do I have to do something special when running on a hardware RAID 1 array in order for the OS to be able to boot and mount the file systems in the event of a disk failure?
Rebuild RAID 1 array on M2A-VM motherboard with ATI SB600 controller
The file is the ATI sb user guide. Linux identifies it just fine. Agudo Win XP64 12 posts.