Degraded RAID 5, SanDisk 240GB SSD X3, Sager NP9280, Clevo D900F

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  1. KY_BULLET

    KY_BULLET Notebook Consultant

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    I may have fixed the problem. When upgraded to Windows 7 and updated the EC and bios to 1.009/1.004, it screwed up a couple raid drivers. Jmicron... one was JMB38X MMS, and the other was simular to that. So I went and found the drivers then downloaded them. Then I turned off my machine took it for a walk in the laptop bag, fired it up and all was good. Hopefully this was my problem.

    If anyone has done the GTX 680m upgrade on the np9280 (D900F), can you give me the specifics on how it went?

    Thanks,
    Charlie
     
    Last edited: Sep 30, 2017
  2. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    That all the firmware got cleared up.
     
  3. KY_BULLET

    KY_BULLET Notebook Consultant

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    Sager np9280 D900F...core i7 975 3.33ghz, 12gb ram ddr3 @1333mhz. 3 x 240gb SanDisk ssd in raid...GTX 280m. Rapid storage manager running the raid.

    I've been having problems "again" with degraded volumes in raid 5. I went out and bought 3 new ssd and still get the rebuilding crap every once in a while. I uninstalled Matrix Storage Manager and downloaded the Rapid storage manager thinking this might fix it but, I still get this on boot up every once in a while. It did seem to get better with Rapid storage manager but still getting it. I also put 3 new 4gb's of Ram in too (Corsair 4gb ddr3 1333mhz).

    If anyone knows what I could try, please let me know.

    Thanks,
    Charlie
     
    Last edited: Oct 11, 2017
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