How To Fix H50-50 - controller sata/raid non detected in bios


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in my lenovo H50-50 (windows10 64bit) i installed a new ams106x sata/raid PCI-Express controller and correctly configured as raid1 but i can not any way to make it detected by the bios in the boot device. Is there a way to make it detected by the bios and boot the system from the controller Raid? Welcome to the Lenovo Community !   I am not an owner of your model, but I have a suggestion.  Is there an option in the BIOS for Quick Boot or Fast Boot.   If so, try disabling if enabled.  The slower boot sequence might detect the card so that its BIOS can be loaded. 



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Can You Mix Non-raid And Raid Sata Disks On The Nforce 4 Sata Controller?



At the moment my system is set up with a bootable 3 disk SATA RAID 5 array via the SIL3114 ports. The only way to get the new hard disk onto the Hard disk boot list in the BIOS is to disable the BIOS IDE/SATA RAID setting completely. I have added the non-raid HD to the nforce4 sata ports and set the appropriate BIOS RAID setting for the single HD to disabled.

This has enabled me to migrate boot files etc onto the new disk. I cannot however get the system to boot from this new non-RAID hard disk as it does not appear under the BIOS Hard disk boot setting - instead it boots with the Sil31114 SATA RAID 5 array. If I do this however it will not allow me to add a further RAID1 array to the nVRAID controller. PLEASE HELP.

I am trying to:

FIRSTLY add a new SATA hard disk to the Nforce4 SATA ports as a non-raid drive which I want to make the system's BOOT disk and make the existing RAID 5 array non-bootable. SO IS WHAT I WANT TO DO POSSIBLE ? SECONDLY add 2 new SATA drives in a RAID1 array via the NFORCE4 chip.


Solved: SATA controller/RAID controller update serious issue

Then, last night I get a windows update for a SATA controller. When I boot the computer, after BIOS is finished doing its thing I get a RAID utility come up and it says my RAID configuration is healthy so I'm guessing (and praying!!!!) that it's just a driver issue and that it can be resolved without me loosing a whole heap of important (important to me) files. Anti-Virus, Updated and Enabled
 



SOLVED:

Went into Control Panel, Device Manager, Storage controllers and uninstalled all the entries in there, rebooted and windows reinstalled them all.

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.2
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 15 Stepping 11
Processor Count: 4
RAM: 4094 Mb
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT, 512 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 476851 MB, Free - 338981 MB; F: Total - 476936 MB, Free - 476788 MB;
Motherboard: ASUSTeK Computer INC., P5N32-E SLI PLUS
Antivirus: Lavasoft Ad-Watch Live! They contain all my music, movies and personal docs which I've collected over the years. Woohoo!!!
 

I have only just made this configuration as I was trying to speed my PC up.

So I went into device manager and looked at all the SATA controller driver properties and there was only one (RAID controller) with the option to roll back - so I rolled this driver back and it made no difference.

Hey Guys,

I've got two 500 ...


Moving RAID 0 to another SATA RAID Controller

drive mounted in RAID 0. Tank you.
 

I bought a new controller (Adaptec 2410SA) and I disconnected my two 160 Gb.

But now it doesn't see my RAID 0. Could someone give me a hint how to recover my data? (And sorry for my english I from Montréal, Québec and I speak french).


I had an adaptec 1210SA SATA RAid controller with two 160 Gb. I see that I can create a RAID 0 without initialize the two hard drives in the controller BIOS utility, but I'm not sure I could recreate the RAID 0 without loosingall my data (and damn me I should check out before doing the upgrade but I wish it's not too late).

drive to connect on my new controller. So, I reinstalled my old 1210SA and reconnect my two drive but now it only see a JBOD and windows can't access my drives.


SATA-II Drive on SATA Raid Controller?

Perhaps even a controller capable of at least SATA-II since that is the minimum of all new HDDs?

Perhaps not a question for sevenforums, but I'd figure you guys would either have the answer, or be able to direct me to the answer. For now, I am trying to connect a WD1600BEVT 2.5" SATA-II hard drive to one of these ports and am having some difficulty. This is taken from Problems encountered installing SATA 3.0 Gb/s hard drives on SATA 1.5 Gb/s controllers.

I can see the drive, but when I try to format the drive in Windows, or a command prompt (using the windows recovery DVD) it hangs. Is there a way to fix this or do I need a drive that is capable of forcing SATA-I speeds? I am wondering if this is a compatibility issue with a SATA-II drive on a SATA-I controller, however, most of the forums I have read state that if there is a compatibility issue, the controller won't even recognize the drive. I purchased a Silicon SiI3512 SATA Raid Controller purely to have 2 extra SATA ports which I am using to connect to my case's external drive bays.

I searched around to see if there was a way to force the HDD to SATA(150), but the jumpers on this drive are for SSC and RPS. This determines the max speed of the drive and tells it to compensate if it's too high (use SATA 1 vs 2). Unless there is a jumper on your drive, which it doesn't sound like there is, then the add-in card does not have autospeed negotiation. SATA II drives are typically not backwards compatible...


SATA RAID Controller



My pc needed formatting so i decided to format it, i had to install the SATA drivers so i did so, but after i formatted the partition, it asked for them again, and this was the time my floppy decided not to work, so i'm stuck on a screen that says please enter driver diskette

ALi sata ata raid controller driver

but i can't find them anywhere, hopefully you guys can help, i'm running windows XP pro


youll find em on the mobo manufacturer site , integrate em with nlite http://www.nliteos.com/nlite.html


No Sata Raid Controller?



I found the drivers but it said I didnt have a device in my computer.. please help.. Code:
Name: Silicon Image SiI 3112 SATARaid Controller
Device ID: PCI\VEN_1095&DEV_3112&SUBSYS_61121095&REV_02\4&3B1D9AB8&0&5840
Driver: C:\WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\SI3112r.sys, 1.00.0000.0028 (English), 2/24/2003 14:21:12, 85265 bytes
Driver: C:\WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\SiWinAcc.sys, 1.00.0000.0004 (English), 2/12/2003 14:37:48, 9600 bytes
I found that, so I thought I should update now it says i dont have a device on my computer, it's causing freezing in a few games and I need to fix it


A85 SATA Raid Controller

When i go to BIOS, everything says it will destroy all data and I wasnt sure it means destroy ALL or just the broken raid drive?Anyone tried? Yes, it will destroy the data. If you have a Western Digital HDD, download the Acronis True Image software from HERE.
















question is how to replace faulty HDD without losing data, this is no software that comes with the machine that allows me to do that like the servers do.

Most HDD manufacturers have programs that will mirror drives for you.


Need Good Sata Raid Controller.



I'm looking at the reviews of sata raid controllers, and they seem to stop at SATA 150. So far the best SATA 150 raid controller seems to be the Promise FastTrak TX4. All the results I've seen show SATAII and SATA150 being basically the same.

Also, how would performance of a single SATAII drive, compare to a 4 disk SATA150 Raid? Promise makes a new version of this controller for SATAII, but I can't find a review on it. This setup is going into a strictly gaming maching, which is a Dell 8300, P4 3.2gig, HT, 800FSB, 2 gig ram. Since your bus speed is 33/66 anyways, I am thinking a SATAII Raid will only choke the bus, causing performance issues, which may result in slower operation than the SATA 150 Raid.

I can't find reviews on the new SATAII raid controllers.


Need Good Sata Raid Controller.

Promise makes a new version of this controller for SATAII, but I can't find a review on it. All the results I've seen show SATAII and SATA150 being basically the same.
So far the best SATA 150 raid controller seems to be the Promise FastTrak TX4.

I can't find reviews on the new SATAII raid controllers. This setup is going into a strictly gaming maching, which is a Dell 8300, P4 3.2gig, HT, 800FSB, 2 gig ram. Since your bus speed is 33/66 anyways, I am thinking a SATAII Raid will only choke the bus, causing performance issues, which may result in slower operation than the SATA 150 Raid.

I'm looking at the reviews of sata raid controllers, and they seem to stop at SATA 150.

Also, how would performance of a single SATAII drive, compare to a 4 disk SATA150 Raid?


SATA AHCI / RAID controller?

I would like to know if anyone knows, or know where i can find info abt which Intel SATA AHCI / RAID controller that is on my mainboard. I have no documentation here that says anything about this, and I have found some info on the internet about how to proceed, but I have no idea whether the Sata disk I have is connected to a Intel ICH5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / or other port, as it only says "Sata 1" and "Sata2" on the mainboard. Would appreciate if anyone can shed a  little light on this.



I have a Thinkcentre M58 7360-AEG computer that I am trying to load using RIS, and I have run into all sorts of problems accessing the disk during this process.


SATA RAID Controller Cards

Both are PCI. Just wondering. As put them both in one board, or does it need to have the same chipset?

I'm really only guessing but you should be able to use them both. One a SYBA brand, the other an I/OCrest brand. I don't think I'll have to do so, but who knows. My present mobo has 3 different SATA controllers built-in.

Can you mix them? If that matters at all.

I have two different controller cards, from two different systems.


SATA RAID controller problems

Also this is only a SATA 1 port not a Sata II so you need a jumper placed on your hard drive to tell it to run at Sata 1 speed if it is a Sata II hard drive. I moved the hard drive to the promise raid controler since then. It would be really helpful to know whether or not this controller is supported under Windows 7 x64. The DVD drive works if I coax it, but I can't burn.

Could a mod move this post for me? The hard drive refuses to show up at all and is currently being removed and placed in an external USB case. Yes, the VIA VT8237 SATA RAID controller is supported.

Just make sure the bios settings are set up for non raid.



I have an MSI K8T Neo2 MS-6702E motherboard with a VIA VT8237 SATA RAID controller. If it is, where can I find the driver for it? I have a hard drive and a DVD burner.

I used one on a Asus A8V Deluxe and used with a western digital caviler black 640 GB hard drive and put windows 7 on that hard drive. I now have a blu ray burner installed on the via raid controler. EDIT: I'm an idiot and just realized there is a separate forum for drivers.


SATA recognised as VIA RAID CONTROLLER?

How can I fix this problem? Here is a picture prikachi.com/files/295680N.jpg
 

I just bought Seagate SATA 250gb.

Conntected it to the computer, installed via hyperion pro latest version 5.20a but now my hdd is recognised as VIA RAID CONTROLLER not as hdd.


SATA Raid Controller for Satellite P850

This seemed to work the first time attempted but now although BIOS can see the Hard Disk, the windows install can not find a driver for the disk controller whether I use any of the following - Windows 7 Pro OEM disk, Windows 7 Volume Licence Upgrade disk, Windows 7 Home Premium disk - and trying to extract the driver out of the Windows Chipset driver doesnt yield any joy either. By the way: on Toshiba download page http://www.toshiba.eu/innovation/download_drivers_bios.jsp you can find all necessary drivers, tools and utilities for supported operating system. Before we start discussion about drivers please post exact model name and model number. Because we are a business we wanted to install Professional on it.

Which disk controller is required? Have you checked it already?

Toshiba offers several different P850.

Can anyone let me know any of the following:
What the Chipset on the device is? If I can find either of these I can get the driver direct from intel
If they have found a driver to work with the controller and if so where I can get a copy?


Question about SATA RAID Controller Card



Hey guys I just bought http://tekgems.com/Products/la-pci22-vt6421a.htm and I was wondering how I get it to Legacy or Native Mode instead of RAID mode.
 


pls help i have UNINSTALL RAID SATA controller from my devic...




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no hard drive detected and promise raid controller

as I have no current backup...
 




If one of the drives has died there absolutely no chance of getting back the data,check there isnt a floppy disk or cdrom inserted,check bios settings and make sure raid array is set as first boot device,check that the raid controller is enabled and the raid array settings are enabled
 

reinstall the drivers? I have gotten the boot disk error message prior to this when I reboot the computer versus shutdown and restart...it'll say that the hard drive array is offline and not functional...is there any way to recover the info?




Greetings All,
I have an Asus A8V Deluxe mobo with 2 160 gb hard drives set in a raid 0 set up on the promise raid controller...has been fully functional but now i am getting an error that no hard drive detected and then it says to press f1...then says to put boot disk in drive and press a key...anyone have an idea what's up?


ThinkPad T410s - Primary Micro SATA HDD not detected by BIOS - Only Detected By OS Platforms

errors.  I just can't use this as my primary drive anymore because it will not initialize with BIOS.  I am hoping that I do not need to replace the MOBO as they go from $50 - $150 US plus shipping.   OS's used:Win10x64Win7x64WinXPWin98SELinuxMintBT5-R3KaliLinuxUBCD - FreeDOS - LINUXDoss6.22 Any thoughts on this issue would be greatly appreciated




















It sounds like something is timing out.  It is hard to be sure without swapping either the drive or the MB.  You might go into the BIOS and select diagnostic mode for boot.  That would do a memory test and it might slow things down enough to mask the problem




















I have a Lenovo T410s - 29123RU BIOS - V1.5 (6UET70WW) 2012-10-11 - (updated from V1.1 this morning hoping it wold solve the problem)ECV - 1.14MTM - 29123RUCPU - Intel Core i5 M520 @ 2.4GHzRAM - DDR3 - 4GBx2 - PC3-10600s This laptop uses a 250GB - 1.8" Micro Sata HDDTOSHIBA MK2529GSG - 250GB - HDD1F07 M BL02 The other day the laptop was running fine then all of a sudden crashed.  I tried to reeboot and i got -  ERROR 2100: HDD0 (HARD DISK DRIVE) INITIALIZATION ERROR (2)PRESS ESC TO CONTINUE I have run scans on the drive itself using: HD Tune ProHDD RgeneratorCrystalDiskInfoTestDiskUBCD- ViVard v4.0- TAFT v1.2Passmark B...


Intel RAID (ICH5) 82801ER SATA Controller

Installing WIN7 x86 fails with the statement, that the startup configuration cannot be changed. So, my assumption is, that there is an incompability with the driver.

(I also lowered security for C:, C:\boot, etc. I tried allmost everything and did not succeed - except when disabling RAID to normal disks. The strangest thing is: I hade the beta (WIN7) running, but had to re-install, due to a drive failiure and drive replacement (RAID0).



Dear guys,

I am running into a very strange issue:
I was checking my setup the WIN7-Readyness-Software and received no issues. to EVERYONE - no cure)
I formatted the disks completly - no cure. Now I am running RAID1. (Yes, I also tried the whole thing with RAID0). I have been trying to source an alternative route eg IDE to SATA card or PCI to SATA card.

ANY IDEAS???? Apreciation and regards,
Stefan

















I am informed by the Microsoft windows 7 upgrade checker that Intel (who always claim that they have a good relationship with Microsoft) will not be providing a driver for the 83801EP (AMD all is forgiven). I tried tu upgrade from XP, VISTA - still, no cure.

I am using the latest driver: 5.5.0.1035. Has anyone solved this problem or even better is anyone from Intel vaguely interested in keeping customers happy.


Silcon Image 3114 Sata Raid Controller



Does anyone know where I might find the 64 bit ".inf" drivers for Windows 7 64 bit?
























  
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Does anyone know where I might find the 64 bit ".inf" drivers for Windows 7 64 bit?



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