I'm Jean-Louis from Belgium and I've a problem with Z270 cipset, BIOS and IRST Bios.
I sent hours & hours to try to create a RAID-1 with 2 * (250G SSD M.2) for installing WIN 10.
And this on the expensive MSI Z270-GAMING-M5
I found, yeseday, in Windows IRST utility the RAID-1 but completly crazy : never synchronized and unmanageable.
In Win disk management, the 2 "SSD disks" where completly different !!! and not declared as "mirrored".....
I think I found yesterday the lack between BIOS and the System : there is the declaration of the RAID that has to be done in IRST Bios via "CTRL I", see in the user guide.
I had access to this little Bios the first time I tried to create my RAID-1 but since that, it's impossible .....
Can someone help me to terminate this problem who drives me crazy because I send all my free time on this and I forget my family.
Thank you for contacting the Intel community.
I'm sorry the issue you have had trying to create a RAID 1.
I just want to understand better this problem, you have Windows® 10 installed and you want to create the RAID 1 using the Intel® Rapid Storage Technology or you are trying to create the RAID from the option ROM Ctrl+I to install the operating system?
Is the motherboard BIOS set to RAID mode?
Basically, When RAID is enabled in the BIOS; you see this RAID Option ROM command prompt during startup.
If you are trying to create the RAID to hardware level using Ctrl+I, you should be able to see the option to create RAID once you access the option ROM.
At this point, I will appreciate if you could attach some pictures with the issue you get to understand better the problem.
I spent hours and hours without anay results and I decided to stop loosing my time.
On my first SSD M2, I install the system and on the second, the data. (just yesterday).
Believing to have finished, I click right for encrypting the datas (D:\) --> IMPOSSIBLE, bitlocker not present on click right !!!!!
Shit shit shit; I only had problems trying to buy "this professinal" machine for remote working since my home.
Thanks for your message.
Have a nice day.
Cheers from Belgium.
I'm sorry that you could not create the RAID you wanted to, in case you need it, here is some information where it shows how to create a RAID:
http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/technologies/000005815.html Setting Up RAID When the Operating System is Already Installed
You can also check for more information here:
If at some point, you still want to create the RAID, I strongly recommend contacting your motherboard manufacturer as well for them to guide you with some BIOS set up if it is needed.