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ionelg
Posts: 13
Registered: ‎01-03-2009
Location: Royal Oak, MI
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BSOD appears very fast after I enabled RAID 0 and restored my system.

Gents,

 

I enabled RAID 0 on my W700 and restored the system disk. My RAID 0 volume (2 x 200GB stripped disks) has 1 active primary partition for S: and one primary partition for C: - I got rid of the Q: partition...

 

My machine worked fine with the storage controller enabled as AHCI in the BIOS (2 separate HDDs).

 

Unfortunately during the VISTA boot, shortly after it starts, it produces a BSOD that scrolls very fast (unreadable) and restarts the machine.

 

So far it appears that other people experienced the same phenomenon.

 

My machine is a 2757-CTO and wasn't pre-configured with Intel's Turbo Memory (2GB) NAND memory module upgrade...

 

Please, does anybody have any advice or suggestion? I really appreciate your feedback on this matter.

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Hexpert
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎03-08-2009
Location: Germany
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Re: BSOD appears very fast after I enabled RAID 0 and restored my system.

Do you have tried to deactivate AHCI in BIOS (set to compatible!)