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Remettre en Raid 0 les disques durs d'un Dell xps 2710

J'ai un Dell xps 2710 avec Windows 8 depuis 2013, peu après le passage à Windows 10 ( en 2018) ,lors d'une mise à jour du BIOS, il n'a pas pu redémarrer avec ce message "non raid disk". Avec l'aide de l'assistance Dell j'ai pu remettre le PC en route mais sans le raid 0. Maintenant j'aimerais remettre le Raid 0 pour accélérer le PC.   Pouvez vous me donner la marche à suivre ?

( mettre SATA mode a RAID, recréer un volume Raid 0 avec mes 2 disques , repartir avec la clé USB avec le réglage d'usine …)

Merci d'avance.

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I am sorry, but the translator is garbling your message a bit. Please explain what happened at each step a lot more verbosely and with a lot more detail.

I see from the report you attached that you have a very small mSATA SSD and a large HDD installed. How did you want to use RAID0 with this?

If you have Windows installed on the HDD, you could use Intel Smart Response Technology (SRT, a feature within Intel RST that allows a SSD to be used as a cache to accelerate accesses to a HDD), but you must have Windows installed on the HDD with the SATA Mode already set to RAID. Further, you need to use an older version of Intel RST since the latest versions do not have Intel SRT support any longer.

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Bonjour et merci pour votre réponse.

Au départ les deux disques étaient en SATA Raid 0 : Windows 8 était installé sur le HDD et le SSD servait de cache. Le pc a bogué au cours d'une mise à jour du bios (avec Windows 10) . Pour réparer nous avons mis SATA UEFI et réinstallé Windows 8.1  sur le HDD. Après le PC a bien fonctionné.

Maintenant j'aimerais remettre en mode SATA RAID 0 mes 2 disques pour accélérer le démarrage du PC.

Ma question est la suivante : Puis-je remettre le RAID 0  , et comment le faire ?

Merci d'avance.

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If the SSD was actually being used as an acceleration cache, then you were using Intel SRT. While this makes it appear as if the drives were associated by a RAID0 array, they actually wasn't.

If what you did after the problems appeared was go into BIOS Setup, change the SATA Mode parameter setting from RAID to AHCI and then reinstall Windows, you are going to have a problem activating Intel SRT. The RAID setting is necessary to use Intel SRT. If Windows is installed with the AHCI setting and you then change the setting to RAID, Windows will BSOD during boot. Unfortunately, if you want to change back to the RAID setting so you can use Intel SRT, then you will need to reinstall Windows yet again.

If you are ok with this, here are the steps that you will need to do:

  1. Go into BIOS Setup and change the SATA Mode parameter setting to RAID.
  2. Save BIOS configuration and exit from BIOS Setup.
  3. Use CTRL-I to enter the Intel RST OpROM program.
  4. Make sure that the SST is marked as being a Non-RAID Disk (this might have been a left-over from the previous changes).
  5. Exit from the tool.
  6. Boot from your Windows installation media and do a from-scratch (not upgrade) install of Windows. 
  7. Once complete, log into Windows and install the Intel RST package. Note: do not use any of the latest versions from the Intel site (they don't support Windows 8 and they don't support Intel RST). Use the version that was supplied with your motherboard.
  8. Reboot.
  9. Follow the attached document for enabling acceleration with the SSD.

Hope this helps,

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Bonjour et merci pour votre réponse,

je vais faire ce que vous m'avez dit ce week-end et je vous dirai si cela à fonctionné.

Encore merci et bon week-end

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Bonjour,

Je n'ai pas réussi à mettre les deux disques en RAID 0.  Après avoir change AHCI en RAID dans le bios, j'ai réinstallé Windows 8 à partir de la clé USB que j'avais faite lorsque j'ai acheté le PC. Au cours de l'installation j'ai eu un message d'erreur : "Erreur contacter le support DELL". Ensuite j'ai essayé d'installer Windows 8 à partir du CD Windows mais je pouvais pas installer le système sur le HDD   car les partitions n'étaient  pas compatibles . J'ai remis AHCI dans le bios et réinstallé Windows 8 à partit du CD en supprimant toutes les partition du HDD. 

Je pense que je vais acheter un SDD Msata de 128 ou 240 Go et installer le système sur le SSD.

Merci pour votre aide

Bonne journée

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If you want to install Windows onto a drive with RAID enabled, then you have to either inject the Intel RST drivers into the Windows installation image beforehand or, during the Windows installation (during the system device selection process), load the Intel RST drivers from a USB drive or something similar. Frankly, I find the latter far easier to do - and you can simply put the drivers on the Windows installation media itself. The bare drivers that you require are in the ZIP files that you can download from the same location as the Intel RST installation package.

My personal take is that it is a waste of time (and money) using a SSD to cache a HDD. Unless the SSD is a teeny thing, you will see far better performance installing Windows on the SSD and then using the HDD for the storage of the less-often-accessed files. Actually, on older versions of Intel RST that still include support for Intel SRT, you could do both. That is, use part of SSD as your Windows system drive and part of this same SSD as the Intel SRT acceleration cache. See the attached article that I wrote a few years ago.

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