Yes, my password is: I’m pretty sure this means that an image will not restore properly, and that I can’t create one from the recovery disk! If you have any further experience to share, please feel free to post it on this forum. It’s a pity the recovery CD can’t use Windows drivers. Following the logic from the thread below, we came up with a procedure you should be able to use effectively.
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It’s a pity the recovery CD can’t use Windows drivers. Following the logic from the thread below, we came up with a procedure you should be able to use effectively.
It will properly work under Windows however.
Restart the computer, which will complain about the missing drive with all the associated error messages during POST. Hello jammin, Thank you very much for the information you have provided.
Do you already have an account? I presume this means I can backup images of my raid array, but cannot restore them?
Hello jammin, You are right. Turn off the computer, and unplug the data cable to the second SATA drive. According to the info on the link you have given you use software RAID.
I will tell you whether your controller is supported or not. Acronis SupportMar 1, Use dll Cerc Raid Manager software to rebuild the array.
It will probably take a couple of hours to rebuild, but it’s an unattended operation. In which case TI would be useless to me? Could you please let me know the full model name of your RAID controller?
DELL CERC SATA 2S Controller | Wilders Security Forums
Boot from the CD, and restore the image to the single drive. Turn it back on, and log into Windows. Also there should satz no problems if you use disks in non-RAID mode. We are really sorry for the inconveniences.
DELL CERC SATA 2S Controller
Hi, I just downloaded the sat of TI Server 8. It’s the last controller mentioned on this page, also used on Poweredge and SC: Yes, my password is: Log in or Sign up.
Shut it all down again, plug the second SATA data cable back in.