After a reboot, RAID-1 was lost as such.
I try to do a reconstruction from the BIOS, and it always tells me that I need at least 1.3 TeraByte to do the reconstruction.
The HDD that I use is 2TByte, I have tried with a new HDD and the answer is the same.
The GIGABYTE Motherboard, Z77-D3H, BIOS Version F22.
How can I solve the problem?
I understand you are trying to rebuild or recreate a RAID 1 volume but you are getting some problems with the drive size. Let me help you on this matter.
I will need additional information about the volume configuration. Can you please send some pictures of the CTRL-I? I would like to know the RAID status and some other details.
Thanks for your time
Thank you for the pictures, I am researching this matter, as soon as I get any information on it, I will update this thread. Thank you for your patience.
I appreciate all the information you have sent to me so far. I am still researching this matter
Is there any way you can send the system report generated from Intel® Rapid Storage
See this link for information on the system report
Intel Rapid Storage fails to boot, I have uninstalled and reinstalled and now it tells me that the platform is incorrect. Is there a possibility that the BIOS has been corrupted?
The truth is that now Intel Rapid Storage has lost my trust after many years.
Yes, I was able to update the BIOS, reinstalled the operating system and created two raid-1.
What I do not know is when a disk fails, if I am going to be able to do a rebuild.
Regards, Sebastián Segura