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I need someone to tell me if my approach is correct. We have a Poweredge 2950 connected to an Powervault MD1000 with a bad location. We have an another Powervault MD1000 that we'll use to replace it. Since it is the same model table, what have we to do to transfer the readers to the new table? I think we should be able to server and storage, disconnect the table, remove current disks, place them in the same dwelling in the new table that they are in the Bay broke, connect the new table, and then restart. Is this correct?
Yes, the way you put out is the correct way to get your readers to your MD in MD again. When you turn on the server I would check in the PERC bios to make sure that all the drives are online and seen as it should.
Please let us know if you have any other questions.
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I have an E310 with DataSafe (two disks Seagate 160 GB in RAID 1). The other day, the RAID software reported a failed drive. Left as is one night or more. The next morning, the machine has rebooted with no hard drive found. The stop for the rest of the day. That night that he started Windows, software RAID said two discs have been very well and tried to rebuild the mirror. Suspended kept Windows and blue screening. From one of the drives and rebooted. Now running a week on a single disc without any problems. So, I lucky and pull the bad drive which can't seem to see the software RAID is bad? Or the software RAID controller might be malfunctioning and having only a drive he will not RAID so no problems? Don't want to waste money on replacement disks if the controller is the problem. Would appreciate suggestions on how best to diagnose.
I'm doing a new installation of windows xp on a Toshiba Tecra S3 model PTS30E-0DT03FDU
Who knows where to find the RAID driver to load when you start the installation of xp?
This model no longer appears in the driver download section.
Of course, it is listed by download, but the older models are listed in the ARCHIVES.
Please visit the download page for Toshiba - http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com/innovation/download_drivers_bios.jsp - once again and the slot type of product choose Archive.
For Windows XP Home edition, you will find RAID driver for download.
Can find you it?
I have a RAID 5 drive connected to my MACPRO (MacPro5, 1), OSX 10.9.2. His work correctly on the BONE. In first Pro CC I can import files from it no problem, everything seems to go well until I try to link the media about him. The link media browser will not access it. I can see it, I can see the icon of RAID, but it will not access the files.
Media link Explorer it will not appear on the list of the local drives on the left pane. When I double click on local hard disks, on the right pane, I can see the RAID HD icon, but when I click on it it won't open it. He knows its there, but can't access it. I don't understand. I can import files, etc., but not to link the files. I have to redo the entire sequence with the files of this RAID drive and its working days.
I'd appreciate a lot of help with this problem.
After moving all about the RAID I completely erased the disc.
I reformatted it and moved all the data on it.
Now, it seems to work.
Not a good solution (because I do not know if the problem will resurface for a reason any)- but at least it's working.
Here at least I know to test the new drive with the media browser before copying tons of data on it.
I "find many drivers to install vista on TECRA S3, but not the DIVER of RAID. It is essential to install vista. Can anyone help?
Perhaps Vista has not the RAID driver? Installing XP on a newer machine, I mean that you need to load some drivers, but not under Vista.
Did you already installed Vista on your computer?
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I have a Toshiba Qosmio G30-175 and I need raid driver so I can install Windows 7. My operating system is XP and on Toshiba-home page, I can't find the driver.
Can Enyboby please?
Have you ever tried the Vista driver? If this isn't the case, you need to test, because most of the Vista drivers are also work on Windows 7.
http://EU.computers.Toshiba-Europe.com > support & downloads > download drivers
I hope it will work for you, but you can give us feedback on this subject. I think it could be interesting to other people, too. ;)
I put to level my M400 tablet from Windows XP to Windows 7.
Questions of compatibility check out, all right. In research I realized I needed to upgrade the RAID driver to a version of Win7. So I downloaded which, from my external hard drive to install to Win7, and installing Win7 can't find it. I tried the same thing with a variant of Vista with no luck. Even through the installation on the hard drive itself, nothing happened. Impossible to get in the tio silent run command prompt, absolutely nothing. I'm back where I throw this computer out of my 4th story window.
Any help please?
Where did you download the RAID driver?
Please try to download the RAID driver on the Toshiba site directly. These drivers are pre-tested and should work on your laptop too.
The older Portege M400 taken Windows 7 isn't supported so in the worst case, you can t use it.
But normally the drivers should work on Vista so make sure you are using the correct driver.
I installed my original form of the system DVD Toshiba (60 GB partition).
So, I bought the second system with my notebook (Windows XP Pro OEM PL) and I want to install it on my second partition. When installing WinXP installer asked me about RAID driver on drive A: (I USB floppy drive, so it's no problem)... next step - partitioning - no problem. But when Windows starts to copy files (after select and format partition), ask again on RAID driver disk A: - and that is the problem, because my floppy drive is not present (maybe disable it windows after formatting the partition, I don't know)...
There is also no results:
-J' tried to install Windows on USB HDD, but there are blue screen after the first reboot,.
-J' have tried to compile the RAID driver in driver.cab, this does not (or I did wrong).
Someone has an idea how to install my second system? It is OEM, and I don't want to lose him.
.. Sorry for my poor English :)...
After installing the driver RAID you should not make any partition or format the HARD drive.
If you do this, the RAID driver is deleted and you will get an error.
So do all the changes on the HARD disk before you install the RAID driver.
Do I really need this driver to use RAID functions? If its set in BIOS, what makes the pilot actually do? outside you give health statistics?
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Yes, you need the RAID driver.
I think that the Qosmio G30 has been designed with the RAID feature as some units of the G20.
Without this RAID driver, you will not be able to install the OS because the OS Setup may not recognize the HARD drive.
RAID uses two options:
RAID 0 (Striping): two hard disks are used as a big drive, if a HARD disk fails all data is lost
RAID-1 (Mirroring): hard drives contain the same data if a disk fails, data is not lost
I think you could check this announcement and also use the advanced search to forum for more results on RAID.
In the user manual, you will also find lots of info on RAID
I did everything that is needed for the installation of windows xp for Qosmio G30-145.
Installation process is as a result: as in http://support.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/TSB56012H0001R01.htm and that worked, but during the installation of windows has started, you will be asked once more (first time I did format and second time that I did ' t format HARD drive): "INSERT THE DISK LABELLED"TOSHIBA RAID DRIVER"in the A: drive... "Press on enter when ready '- but no reaction... SOLUTION!
Thanks in advance.
According to the Toshiba page suggested when installing Windows using to partition or format the HARD drive, the RAID driver is deleted in the process. This causes the shot the next time that the machine start-up.
To avoid this, perform a partitioning and formatting before you run the manual installation of Windows.
This behavior is not displayed during the installation of Windows XP with SP2 integrated
Well, perhaps, you need a CD OS Win SP2 integrated?
But why you do not use the recovery CD Toshiba delivered?
On this CD, all drivers are preinstalled and you only need to install the OS from the recovery CD. All should work properly.
PS: Just for the record: in the BIOS, you should find an option to disable (or change) the RAID.
I have Toshiba Equium A100-147 and have no driver for Bridge Media slot.
I downloaded it from the download from Toshiba site, but it does not work!
Please help me!
What does not work? You are not able to install the driver or the slot not reading cards?
On the page of the Toshiba driver are placed 2-conductor. Be sure you use the right one.
Plug then the good card in the slot and then try to install the driver.
But what do you have on the laptop? Did you install the new OS? If yes then check the instruction install driver from the Toshiba page?
I've installed several times the OS manually on my Satellite and I have always followed the instructions.
It's important document and if you install the drivers manually you need to follow this guideline.
Can someone tell me what are the advantages of doing an update of the RAID Toshiba Windows XP MCE 126.96.36.199 driver or what case?
Also had another problem... I tried to install the driver for interim relief and he made a mistake... my version of raid is always the one I had before and couldn t install this version.
Any help would be cool.
As far as I know the RAID driver must be installed at the begging of the installation of the OS.
Unfortunately there is no any official documents about the correctional system and the benefits of updates.
But I think that the new driver could be compatible with more motherboards and controller.
I have Windows Vista Home Preminm upgraded Pakage. When I start the installation process, the installation program ask Toshiba Raid Driver. So I click the button to load a driver and choose the folder where the driver is located, as mentioned on the guide, but said configuration there is no driver found for this player.
What is the reason and what is the solution?
Have you chosen the right RAID driver?
It seems that this laptop Qosmio was designed for the American market and therefore, you need to download the driver to the US page:
It is specially designed RAID driver for Vista. At that time its version 1.10.0016 .
Please note that you will need to extract this file prior to installing the RAID driver!
I'm doing a clean install of Windows 7 64 bit on a Toshiba Portege M400.
I have the computer with the boot CD in, by scanning my fongerprint, press a key to start from the CD, enter the country, click on install now, accept the license, select custom installation and get an empty listview, asking me where I want to install windows.
I insert a memory stick with drivers from the download page of Tosh (selection of laptop |) Portege | Portege M series | Portege M400 (3G) | PPM41E | Windows XP Tablet Edition | RAID driver, which seems to accurately describe my machine), but the installer just give you the message: no signed device not found driver. Make sure that the installation media contains the correct drivers, and then click OK.
Can someone point me in the right direction please?
Drivers Windows XP don t work on Windows 7's the reason why you can t install Windows 7 successfully.
You should try it with Vista driver again. The Vista drivers are also work on Windows 7. I think that's all you can do at the moment.
Good luck! :)
I upgraded my Pavillion Elete m9500z to windows 7. Worked very well. Update of Windows has loaded a new driver for the video card. The pilot hangs the system, the blue screen. I tried to go back to the previous driver and the system still crashes. I tried a system restore point with no luck. Finally, I tried starting problems resolution and makes things worse. System boots to the point just before the login screen. Remains black with the cursor, even in safe mode.
At this point, I amtrying to fix the installation with the windows installation disc. The problem is that the boot drive is a raid drive. The installation disc can not see the drive without the driver. HP drivers are exe only files not the driver files. Motherboard MSI website has no drivers because the jury is the property of HP.
I need the drivers in a format that windows will recognize or a method of extracting files from the installer of HP.
Yet once it shouldn't be this difficult.
These drivers failed with the same error. Finally, I converted the RAID drives to AHIC and they have been recognized by windows. The problem with the system was caused by the video card. Windows was unable to complete the repair process and the system is in place again.
Thanks for your help.
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