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Windows 7: New SSD Drive turned my Raid0 drive write protected


02 Aug 2010   #1

Win 7 x64 Ult
 
 
New SSD Drive turned my Raid0 drive write protected

So, got a new OCZ Vertex 2 120 GB over the weekend. Installed it, everything went fine. Blew away my old install (back things up of course), loaded raid drivers during install. Formatted both, installed on SSD with my D drive as Games/Music/Etc.

Now everything seemed fine on first boot. Installed everything again. Worked great.

Boot it up Sunday, my Raid 0 drives are write protected. Odd, so I use diskpart and clear the read only. Works great again. Boot it up Sunday evening. Same thing. Diskpart it again. Cycle repeated again today.

Using the JMicron controller on my EVga X58 Mobo. Have 2 300 GB VRaptors in Raid 0 that work great after using the diskpart command.

Is there some setting I am missing somewhere? Why are they reverting to read only after a reboot? My external drive is fine, been able to read/write perfectly throughout.

I'm at work now, so I can't get real specific specs, but if there is any further info needed, let me know and I'll try my best to provide details.


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