Hello! Can you help me please?
PC Specs: Intel Core i7-2600K, ASUS Z68, 16GB DDR3, HDD 1.5TB WD Black + SSD-cache 60GB ISRT, Windows 10 Home x64.
Intel Smart Response Technology was set to enhanced mode which should be 100% safe for my data on HDD even if SSD would fail.
It was working fine until one day. PC started to load really slow, but still working.
So i bought a new big SSD, installed OS on it, plugged in (PC power off of course) my HDD to copy data from it and guess what? Windows Disk Manager doesn't see it. Why? Isn't it Non-RAID disk? And IRST sees both HDD and SSD-cache with orange exclamation mark signs.
When i am plugging HDD+SSD-cache Windows on it fails to boot. It tries to auto-repair, but fails. I am getting in Windows Recovery Environment. Safe Mode not booting. Changing SATA Mode in BIOS from AHCI to RAID not helps.
I don't know what to do. I need to save my data. Can't clone my HDD because i don't see it.
Here is photo from RAID Option ROM.
Should i synchronize data from the cache device to the Accelerated Disk? Is it safe to my data?
I will help to clone full windows os partition without booting nor logging .
you to go to recovery environment , then command prompt , then type below commands
I think windows OS is installed on SSD
C is drive where windows installed , F is partition having free space
commands to clone full C drive
Dism /Capture-Image /CaptureDir:C:\ /ImageFile:F:\install.wim /Name:Professional
commands to clone C: users folders
once completed all datas are converted into .wimfile and stored in F:\
after reformmating only SSD , reinstalled windows , you can extract install.wim file using 7_zip software , all your datas will be there
more information see the video in youtube