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Old 08-30-2007, 01:26 AM   #1
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I reseted the CMOS and now when I start my computer, after the boot sequence, and I log in it says "no silicon image raid controllers were detected in the system" so now I have a problem with my Raid configuration so how do I update my raid so that it works?
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Old 08-30-2007, 01:44 AM   #2
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I dare say that you will just have to go back into the bios and re-enable the raid controller and then ensure that the array is first in the boot order.
This is common with a cmos reset as in some bios's the raid controllers are not enabled by default, as long as you have not gone into the raid utility and changed the array details you should be fine and your array should be intact.
The raid controller should be under the advanced tab. find that, re-enable it and make sure you also save your changes before exiting the bios.

A quick check of your manual tells me it should be under the Advanced tab then under Onboard device Configuration , then look for Silicon Image Mode and make sure that is set to "Raid Mode"
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