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ML115G1 adding a new onboard nvidia raid set

 
Tommy Volckaerts
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ML115G1 adding a new onboard nvidia raid set

I have a ML115G1 Running 2003 SBS, latest drivers and bios, happily installed on a RAID 1 created via the onboard Nvidia RAID.

Now I wanted to add a new RAID 1 set (two new disks), I successfully created the RAID in the NVIDIA bios but Windows sees 2 new disks and the Nvidia Mediashield only sees the original RAID 1.

Did I miss anything? Forgot to do something? Beats me?
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Tommy Volckaerts
Occasional Visitor

Re: ML115G1 adding a new onboard nvidia raid set

Solution probably found, as usually @ hp not the most logical one

Reinstalled the chipset drivers (from nvidia mcp55),
Rebooted,
Windows said it found new hardware,
Rebooted again,
Enabled rebuild in nvidia bios,
Booted Windows and started the mediashield application,
Voila second mirror set visible and rebuilding, which will probable take two to three hours at this rate.

Me is praying that this will rebuild successfully