Hello, i have a problem with my raid 5.
Problem started when i tried to put my computer to sleep. It turned off, then on again and then in bios window it shows status "Rebuild" but all drives are green. https://imgur.com/a/fgMqK https://imgur.com/a/fgMqK
What i should do at this point ?
Ive already tried WD disc utility tool and tested. Raid passed the test
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Please try the following suggestions:
- Try to change the disk from the current SATA port to the where you currently have connected the optical drive (HL-DT-ST BD-RE BH16NS40).
- You can also try with a different SATA cable or use the same cable from the optical drive.
- Another suggestion is to set the disk that is causing this issue as non-RAID, only that disk. I believe the serial number is WD-WMC1F0655116, please verify that. Then go back to the Intel® RST software and try to add the disk to the RAID 5.
- You can also update your Intel® RST version to version 14.8: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/26759/Intel-Rapid-Storage-Technology-Intel-RST-?product=55...
Let me know how it goes.
Okei, strange things happening. Firstly i decided to try software level changes before messing with cables. So ive updated RST as you sugested. And now looks like my computer recognises that HDD. It started rebuilding process. So i notify how that goes. Fingers crossed.