After the message, no errors and the machine started normally. If all remains stable, then I’ll replace the bad drive with one of the ones from the retired system. I am actually using the bios due exactly to the gut feeling that that old Array Manager may cause issues due to the newer os. I’ve already tried removing the faulty drive; no difference. The failed drive does not show any indications of failure on the LEDs; the bottom appears to be green and the top is unlit.
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This presented the appearance of having checked the disks on the system when in fact, no such process had taken place – the disks remained unknown to the controller.
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You know things are edll when your taking pictures with your cell phone. I think you’re best off using the BIOS management functionality or, better yet, just replacing the controller with something more modern. This was, obviously, quite pperc surprise as the drives were in the machine.
J4588 Dell PERC 4/sc 64mb SCSI Pci-x RAID Controller
If all remains stable, then I’ll replace the bad drive with one of the ones from the retired system. First thing I would do is just remove the faulty drive and try booting up then. By example, would Dell Array Manager ama05 cause issues if installed on windows 7 x64? How does that affect the system boot? Sign up using Facebook. For help making this question more broadly applicable, visit the help center.
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I don’t think you’re going to find a supported tool. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Thus, the LED remained at a “good” state instead of bad. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. That controller is old and certainly not intended for use in desktop operating system deployments, let alone one so much newer than the controller. If it’s still available, you may be able to get the remote management client installed on Win 7.
perx Is it possible to get this degraded array running again on this system? 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? In my case, the move would be different in two ways: I do everything with my cell: I cannot use it with the hpux workstation I’ve here, due to lack of support. My hypothesis is this: