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Welcome to RAID5 hell: I installed Windows Server R2 using the driver from Asus. I’m using a Standard BC. Log in to reply.
Someone else upgraded our 8k-l and 8k-sas controllers to 5. Here’s where my problem originated: Proposed as answer by mcampling Tuesday, March 23, 3: Serverald gets to the point where it copies files from the Server install disk and I am asked to remove the CD. All the links above do not seem to work.
I then got it to do a fresh install, and within there must be drivers for my particular Raid card, as it installed perfectly first time. That may not have been a result of the driver itself as it could have been the lack of cache memory for the array.
Thanks for all your help, specially Alexander.
Check your hard drive to make sure it is properly configured and terminated. Rather than admit defeat, I thought it was worth ago to install Windows from within Windows Server.
Lets check DSA log. We divided the 8 drives in two different arrays and that did the trick. DutchUncle 1, 8 I do the F6 and install the drivers from a floppy, but I get the message that the drives are not recognized.
Setup Win2k8 on IBM x does not find raid drive
Although the Asus driver did work, the performance wasn’t acceptable for me. Hello, i fixed the same problem with nlite 200 created a w2k3 cd with integrated drivers.
Tuesday, December 28, 9: This is the accepted answer. I suggest contacting the Raid controller and hard drive manufacturer to obtain the proper drivers. The rebuilding went fine, but now we see “Bad stripes” reported for the logical disk. I have 8 Winddows 3.
I should be able to define the size of the NOS partition, but I get the ‘no recognized’ message for my disk array. Also – You haven’t said what model of server and RAID controller you have, that will probably make a difference for the answer as well.
I’ve solved this problem by first installing windows r2 via IBM’s ServerGuide and then did an inplace upgrade to R2.
Best Regards 8m all. Regards, Alexander Novikov Russia, Moscow. Tuesday, September 23, 9: Sign in to vote. Not an IT pro?