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    Default Re: Accessing RAID locks windows 7

    cleaning disc but its about ~750gb to be copied to my nas and unfortunately I only have a 100mbit router... 10,5ish mb/s *yawn*

    expect an update on sunday :P

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    Default Re: Accessing RAID locks windows 7

    Yikes! Is there no way to get a more direct connection to your NAS? I assume it's physical hardware on site and not like web storage.

    If your NIC's are Gigabit you can then ofc get 10 times the connection if you're able to hook up direct. Other than that, don't most network storage devices have USB/Firewire? I've seen some newer models with eSATA too.

    Good luck and let us know how you get on. Should be done in 20.9 hours at 10MB/s.
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    Yeah its a real physical storage:
    Buffalo Technology - Products - LinkStation Live™ LS-CHL

    It does have an usb connection but I haven't tried it since they didn't supply a usb cable for it, also I don't think its mean for computer to Nas connection. Direct connection to it might work, but I might aswell get a gigabit router :)

    Anyway I wont be home this weekend (x-mas shopping with gf) so the whole rearrange drives thing will have to wait untill sunday/monday.


    Have a great weekend!

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    Ok, raid swapped and created on the yellow ports, worked fine :)
    Windows bsoded when it started so I'll guess that clean install is really needed.

    Update after I have reinstalled windows!

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    The BSOD is indicative of OS/Driver issues with the RAID array. A re-install of the OS on the non RAID disk will fix this for sure.
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    Tried a windows repair just to see the result and it did detect the problem and said that it fixed it, but BSODed anyway. After that i did a clean install and everything worked fine and didn't notice any hiccups... yet :)

    Btw, is there any way to speed up AHCI detection?

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    To speed up AHCI you need a BIOS version with the latest 1.20E AHCI ROM installed. Depending on your Mobo and BIOS revision ther may be no official one available. Ask Lsd if he has a version of your BIOS with AHCI version 1.20E. Also ask how to maintain your RAID array after a BIOS flash.

    If you load Windows without first setting your newly flashed BIOS correctly it will destroy your array.
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