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Old 05-04-2006, 01:05 PM   #21
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Haro, give me a screen shot inside your device manager of what'* listed fordisk drives, and IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers please?
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Raid I or Raid II?

Is it set to mirror or stripe the drives? If it'* set to mirror and the primary drive has gone bad, you should be able to recover from the mirrored drive. If you are striping, I am sorry! You may need a rebuild.

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did you do a windows update previously and did a custom update and did the drivers update? you might be able to boot off of cd to recovery console, copy over the bad driver with you original driver and restart.
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Raid I or Raid II?
Raid 0 you mean



Technically that blue screen is either caused by:

a) corrupted raid controller driver, download latest off of mtoherboard manufacturer support site

b) corrupted chipset drivers, sometimes on supercheap onboard raid cards they are integrated into the motherboard with teh chipset drivers, therefore when you update the bios you update your raid controller'* firmware, vs having to do it seperately.

c) bad hard drive, please run diags, I understand you have a single hard drive so therefore you are probably running a raid 0 stripe, if your hard drive is faulty no need in going any further, it will need to be replaced. You should be able to obtain diags off of the manufacturers website or if the raid controller bios on your motherboard has a media verify or a consistancy check utility you should be able to run a verify that way.
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did you do a windows update previously and did a custom update and did the drivers update? you might be able to boot off of cd to recovery console, copy over the bad driver with you original driver and restart.
yes i have ran updates all the time...

morty, im just heading out for work, i will get a screenshot later for you and whatever else you need
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Raid I or Raid II?
Raid 0 you mean



Technically that blue screen is either caused by:

a) corrupted raid controller driver, download latest off of mtoherboard manufacturer support site

b) corrupted chipset drivers, sometimes on supercheap onboard raid cards they are integrated into the motherboard with teh chipset drivers, therefore when you update the bios you update your raid controller'* firmware, vs having to do it seperately.

c) bad hard drive, please run diags, I understand you have a single hard drive so therefore you are probably running a raid 0 stripe, if your hard drive is faulty no need in going any further, it will need to be replaced. You should be able to obtain diags off of the manufacturers website or if the raid controller bios on your motherboard has a media verify or a consistancy check utility you should be able to run a verify that way.
how do i check what raid it is?

if it is a bad harddrive how am i able to still manuver everywhere but that damn custom button?
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Old 05-04-2006, 01:35 PM   #27
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manually update you si3112r.sys driver from the motherboad manufacture site. windows update is querying your system when you push that button. If you are able to use the pc fine do this first.
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I'm guessing you have an Asus mb, go there and update drivers now.

you need these

Si3112r.inf
Si3112r.mpd
Si3112r.sys
SIISUPP.VXD
SIWinAcc.sys
TxtSetup.oem
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Ooops. Nevermind. I was thinking SATA I and SATA II, and typed RAID I & II. Sorry for the confusion.

Thanks,
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Just a quick question -- how do you ghost a drive in dos?
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