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    Default raid 0 failure after resetting cmos

    I have a gigabyte x48 ds4. Installed new processor, and reset CMOS. Now my raid 0 setup shows "failure". One of my disks shows "0", and other shows "non-member". Will not boot - shows "no operating system."
    Does anyone know how to fix this array w/o losing data on disks.
    Thank you for your help.

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    Default Re: raid 0 failure after resetting cmos

    Quote Originally Posted by Scobo View Post
    I have a gigabyte x48 ds4. Installed new processor, and reset CMOS. Now my raid 0 setup shows "failure". One of my disks shows "0", and other shows "non-member". Will not boot - shows "no operating system."
    Does anyone know how to fix this array w/o losing data on disks.
    Thank you for your help.
    After clearing cmos did you re-enable raid before trying to boot?
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    Default Re: raid 0 failure after resetting cmos

    Clearing the CMOS or flashing your bios, sets all bios settings to the default values and before booting into windows, you need to manually reset the bios settings, including the raid settings. I've never used raid, but your raid array should be fine after you manually reenter your previous raid settings.
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    Default Re: raid 0 failure after resetting cmos

    Quote Originally Posted by Acebmxer View Post
    After clearing cmos did you re-enable raid before trying to boot?
    No, I do not believe I did. I have since enabled the raid function in bios, but it still says "missing operating system"

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    Default Re: raid 0 failure after resetting cmos

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    Clearing the CMOS or flashing your bios, sets all bios settings to the default values and before booting into windows, you need to manually reset the bios settings, including the raid settings. I've never used raid, but your raid array should be fine after you manually reenter your previous raid settings.
    I have since enabled raid in bios. How do I manually reenter previous raid settings?

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    Default Re: raid 0 failure after resetting cmos

    Enable RAID in BIOS ....reboot.....and set your RAID "name" to boot first in BIOS again.
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    Default Re: raid 0 failure after resetting cmos

    I have gotten lucky (once) after something similar happened, what I did is recreated the raid with the same name and settings (entered manually as I knew what they were) but did not initialize the array. then I was able to boot from it.

    now this has only worked once for me and imo was a fluke.

    but please try what stasio recommended as I think that's all you need to do, but your array has to show that it's OK first.

    the system does see all disks though right?

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    Default Re: raid 0 failure after resetting cmos

    Quote Originally Posted by Vinster View Post
    I have gotten lucky (once) after something similar happened, what I did is recreated the raid with the same name and settings (entered manually as I knew what they were) but did not initialize the array. then I was able to boot from it.

    now this has only worked once for me and imo was a fluke.

    but please try what stasio recommended as I think that's all you need to do, but your array has to show that it's OK first.

    the system does see all disks though right?

    Vin
    Yes, the system does see all the disks but list one as "non-member"

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    Default Re: raid 0 failure after resetting cmos

    sounds like the raid stripe for the disk has gotten corrupted. Did you have a backup of the OS prior to doing any updates?

    if so, I'd reconfigure the raid and restore.

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