Raid Failed GT73VR 6RE Titan SLI

vince.dunn155302da

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I wonder if someone can help me or point out what i have done wrong.

Bios . 10E

I recently replaced the two standard M.2 sad drive in my laptop for 2 Samsung 970 pro 1TB M,2 ssd drives. I wanted to raid them and use them as a boot drive. However when i try to create the array in the bios it says it is done but then the BIOS after reboot cant see the drives. If i then destroy the raid and reboot i can still boot to the original 970 pro i drive and i see the second one empty.

A few strange things accrued to me, how can the boot drive stay intact if the RAID creation had worked as it should have destroyed the data on the drive and then but unusable without rebuild. During the RAID everything has said RAID good. If you then reboot i go straight into BIOS every time?

Is there something i am missing with the RAID creation and then boot, both SSD are in the slots Marked P and the one marked S is empty.

Also if i run the Intel storage software once windows is up i only see the original HDD.

Any tips?

thank you in advance for your help
 

vince.dunn155302da

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Sorry I don’t understand how this will help solve the RAID creation, what are the NVME drivers meant to give me ?

thanks again
 

next3r

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SATA CONTROLLER -AHCI
samsung not works on RAID

and samsung in AHCI + NVME --still 3GB/s speed "same like RAID0"

edit ,.,.when send chip-set name ,.,.i send last AHCI controller drivers
17.9.4 - 100-300 series .,,., HM87 or similar ---older or from windows OEM

hwinfo -chipset name .,,,.or from device manager "storage controller "
 

nysmeee155102da

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I wonder if someone can help me or point out what i have done wrong.

Bios . 10E

I recently replaced the two standard M.2 sad drive in my laptop for 2 Samsung 970 pro 1TB M,2 ssd drives. I wanted to raid them and use them as a boot drive. However when i try to create the array in the bios it says it is done but then the BIOS after reboot cant see the drives. If i then destroy the raid and reboot i can still boot to the original 970 pro i drive and i see the second one empty.

A few strange things accrued to me, how can the boot drive stay intact if the RAID creation had worked as it should have destroyed the data on the drive and then but unusable without rebuild. During the RAID everything has said RAID good. If you then reboot i go straight into BIOS every time?

Is there something i am missing with the RAID creation and then boot, both SSD are in the slots Marked P and the one marked S is empty.

Also if i run the Intel storage software once windows is up i only see the original HDD.

Any tips?

thank you in advance for your help
First of all, send a ticket to check with the official MSI support to see if the SSD you use is compatible with your laptop.
Otherwise you may run into the compatibility issue.

Always recommend that you contact the official service center and let them do the upgrade for you with correct SSD.
 
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