DELL PERC 4I DRIVER
If all remains stable, then I’ll replace the bad drive with one of the ones from the retired system. I don’t think you’re going to find a supported tool. Email Required, but never shown. First thing I would do is just remove the faulty drive and try booting up then. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
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Is it possible to get this degraded array running again on this system?
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How does that affect the system boot? The box is good.
I’ve already tried removing the faulty drive; no difference. I’ve installed a Perc 4DC on a non dell workstation with windows 7.
Email Required, but never shown. If it’s still available, you may be able to get the remote management client installed on Win 7. After the message, no errors and the dlel started normally. I am familiar with the Array Manager software you’re talking about and my gut says that it will work poorly, if at all, on a version of Windows that new.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. My hypothesis is this: Here are the specific questions: P – and it has better resolution than my first Kodak digital camera. How does that affect a disk array move?
I moved the disks to a new system this way: If all remains stable, then I’ll replace the bad drive with one of the ones from the retired system. What if the “bad” disk was removed or replaced?
This question is unlikely to help any future visitors; it is only relevant to a small geographic area, a specific moment in time, or an extraordinarily narrow situation that is not pperc applicable to the worldwide audience of the internet. Is it possible to move a degraded array to a new system and power up?
This question is relevant to the users of this controller only. Shut off old system Shut off replacement system Marked all drives in the delk system with their chassis slot numbers – and marked bad drive with a red tag instead of white. If this works well, I’ll even be able to use the old drives no failures there as a replacement for the failed drive.
J4588 Dell PERC 4/sc 64mb SCSI Pci-x RAID Controller
I do everything with my cell: Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. That controller is old and certainly not intended lerc use in desktop operating system deployments, let alone one so much newer than the controller. Thinking seriously about moving to secondary system, but what about this degraded array? If that doesn’t work, then try with one of your other ‘s.
Dell Perc 4/DC controller – managing it from Windows 7 on a not dell workstation? – Server Fault
First thing I would do is just remove the faulty drive and try booting up then. This is really a question for Dell support “Do you have a version of Dell Array Manager for Windows 7 x64 that supports this controller?
Sounds like it’s gone slightly nuts and is getting one config from the good drives and another slightly out of sync pdrc invalid config from the “faulty” drive. You know things are bad when your taking pictures with your cell phone.
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Marked all drives in the replacement system with their chassis slot numbers just in case Removed all drives from replacement system Rebooted replacement system and pedc configuration from PERC configuration menu Shut off replacement system Removed all drives from old system Placed all drives into replacement system into matching locations Rebooted replacement system Disabled alarm in PERC configuration menu Rebooted replacement system I also had to change the network connections, but that is 4o relevant to the discussion here.
I don’t think you’re going to find a supported tool. All drives are listed in the PERC configuration menu: