12-11-2013 12:50 AM - last edited on 12-15-2013 05:27 PM by Lisa198503
I have a Gen7 Microserver with onboard RAID.
I have 1 SSD as a single drive for the OS (with Windows 2012 R2)
I have 2 x 4TB Seagate NAS disks, that I turned into a single RAID 1 Logical Disk. As in:
I expected when going into the OS disk manager I would see my SSD as one disk, and to see a single disk of 4TB that should be the Logical disk I made from the Hardware RAID. However I see the two 4TB disks as though I hadden't done anthing on the RAID controller?
Why? Surely I should just see the two disks as one logical disk in the OS?
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12-11-2013 06:01 AM
The controller in this system isn't a true hardware based RAID controller. It requires a driver for the RAID function. It doesn't appear a driver has been released for Windows 2012 yet
You need the AMD SB7xx/SB8xx Chipset SATA RAID Driver
I see it listed for 2008 R2