Sign up using Email and Password. What if I remove the bad drive and try to boot that way? How does that affect a disk array move? Replacing it it’s entirely a different issue In my case, the move would be different in two ways: First thing I would do is just remove the faulty drive and try booting up then.
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I’ve already tried removing the faulty drive; no difference. I have no issues with the drivers used the onesbut I’m not sure what kind of disk management tool I could and should install.
I moved the disks to a new system this way: The box is good. I’ve installed a Perc 4DC on a non dell workstation with windows 7.
I hope this will recognize the old degraded array and import it just fine. After the message, no errors and the machine started normally. P – and it has better resolution than my first Kodak digital camera. If all remains stable, then I’ll replace the bad drive with one of the ones from the retired system. Thinking seriously about moving to secondary system, but what about this degraded array? In my case, the move would be different in two ways: Sign up using Email and Password.
This is really a question for Dell support “Do you have a version of Dell Array Manager for Windows 7 x64 that supports perd controller? May go ahead and try anyway.
Installing on Dell with PERC 4/e RAID 5 – Drive not seen
This was, obviously, quite a surprise as the drives were in the machine. None of the disk drive LEDs are flashing.
J4588 Dell PERC 4/sc 64mb SCSI Pci-x RAID Controller
Is it possible to get this degraded array running again on this system? Email Required, but never shown. I am familiar with the Array Manager software you’re talking about and my gut says that it will work poorly, if at all, on a version of Windows that new. I don’t think sell going to find a supported tool.
First thing I would do is just remove the faulty drive and try booting up then. I also hypothesize that since the system could not access the drives electronically, it also could del detect the known bad drive in the array. OpenManage might do it.
If that doesn’t work, then try with one of your other ‘s.