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Need advice regarding Avago megaraid utility


watthong
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I recently got a LSI 12gb megaraid controller card using Avago megaraid utility software. Installed it in my pc and was pleasantly surprised by the result (the hdds in a raid 0 run as fast a stand alone ssd.) I then cloned my Windows OS sdd onto the array then let the pc boot from the it.

 

It tried to: the windows logo appeared and the dotted circle twirled for a while - but always ended up with the blue screen of death (device not connected/corrupted/etc.) Arrrghhh... I have designated the array to be the boot drive before booting up and the system remains on legacy boot. Did I miss any step after cloning in order to make the array bootable?Thank you much in advance for any input.

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On 8/13/2022 at 6:38 PM, Roger That said:

Why the heck would you go from SSD to HDD, RAID or not?

 

What's the goal here?

I got it out of pure happenstance. It came with the second hand pc I just bought, unbeknownst to me. The machine arrived without any disk, so I had to put in mine, and voila, the rather pleasant surprise!

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