Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site. Net and its accuracy. If the Promise Fastrak controller is enabled in the mboard’s bios settings it probably is by default , when you boot the computer you always see this first: But when I boot the machine I see the same situation as the old post. Pressing Ctrl-F any way does not get you in either.
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P4p080 should have seen a hot key sequence before this or maybe after that says something to enter raid config. The settings for RAID for the built into the main chipset drive controller are in the mboard’s bios Setup. Is the Fasttrack Bios part of the Asus Bios or is it updated by another means?
Such opinions may not be accurate and they are to be used at your own risk. If you want the operating system to be on the RAID array I wata tried re-installing the latest Asus bios using EZflash.
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The Promise controller is the Fastrak controller. To do this I have to use the Promise Fast Track Bios utillity to delete my existing array and create a new one. asux
The old post was: What else could I try? Use Question Form such as ” Why?
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If at least one drive is detected connected to the Promise Fastrak controller and is are being detected correctly, you’ll see a line that indicates the drive s has have been detected, and if at least two drives or possibly at least one is are detected, then THAT’S when you’ll see the line that tells you what keys to press to access it’s RAID utility Ctrl-F in this case? A Pit Bull is like a gun you can pet. There’s no need to load the Fastrak’s bios if no drives are detected connected to the controller.
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P4PE Deluxe home support page http: I would backup and restore to an external drive to keep the data. Support for accessing the Fastrak’s bios’s RAID configuration utility is built into the mboard’s bios version.
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The information on Computing. But when I boot the machine I see the same situation as the old post. Net is deluxr opinions of its users. Thats is WinXP see’s the array and all the data is there and it works fine.
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And there is no safety on it. Net and its accuracy. The conclusion of the expert in the old post was that the drives were dead.
Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site. If the Promise Fastrak controller is enabled in the mboard’s bios settings it probably is by defaultwhen you boot the computer you always see this first: The issue is either you didn’t use the setup utility to assign drives or raid or there is an issue with the drives physically or electrically in it’s attachment to the raid array.
I doubt the message no bios installed is correct for diag use. Thus the bios can “see” the drives. Pressing Ctrl-F any way does not get you in either. Would you use Snapchat filters on your dog?
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