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comment Replacing a non-failing drive in a RAID-0 array
This is the solution I used in the end. After cloning I met many issues with the BCD information, which I only got straight once I got a full-night sleep :]
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comment Computer Freezes with “Bugcheck 0” on Windows 7. How do I figure out why?
@GeorgeStocker Hey my answer was the one you needed in the end ;) I'm not suprised the system is completely hung on a low-level communication issue. GPU locks up, PCIe locks up, bridge locks up, whatever.
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comment Replacing a non-failing drive in a RAID-0 array
First attempt at cloning one of the RAID-0 drives to the new disk with dd failed. I missed something.
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comment Replacing a non-failing drive in a RAID-0 array
@Bob Yes, the rebuild is triggered by flagging the disk as spared in the Intel RST console, and there's no option to cancel it once it started.
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comment Replacing a non-failing drive in a RAID-0 array
And concerning the end-to-end error, the counters seem persistent, so I'm really puzzled about how one or two single error over 5K running hours could be considered a pre-fail situation. But that's another subject.
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comment Replacing a non-failing drive in a RAID-0 array
The machine is a gaming platform, so there's no critical data on it. It's just that it might be longer to reinstall everything than to clone, and my centralized cloning setup is just not ready yet.
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