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#1 Dalponis

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Posted 18 May 2014 - 23:35

HighPoint RocketRAID 4520:

 

I've had a HighPoint RocketRAID 4520 for quite some time. After a few months, my install of Windows would stop working, requiring a reinstall.

 

BIOS/Firmware Version: 1.4 / 1.4.74.22
Driver Version: 1.6.4.0
WebGUI Version: 2.1.5.13.0415
RAID Configure: RAID 6 (RAID 5/ RAID 50 too)
Operating System: Windows 8.1 x64
Motherboard Model: GA-X79-UD3 (rev 1)
System BIOS Version: F20
System memory size: 32GB
HDD Model: ST2000DM001
HDD Firmware version: CC29


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#2 Dalponis

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Posted 28 May 2014 - 15:32

So I've swapped out the entirety of my computer...

 

CPU

RAM

Mainboard

VideoCard

HDDs

 

Except my power supply. I'll let you know what happens with the blue screen windows issues with my HighPoint RocketRAID 4520 as they develop.


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#3 Dalponis

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Posted 10 Jun 2014 - 12:05

You'll love this everyone...

Here's the story:

 

So, since I swapped out everything, only problem must be the HighPoint RocketRAID 4520 itself, right? Well, I didn't swap out the PSU.

 

Swapped out the powersupply, and even added extra cooling to the card itself...

 

Problem:

 

EFI partion data. For some reason, the HighPoint RocketRaid 4520 has some bugs in it with EFI partions. Something would happen, and the drive wouldn't boot.

 

Solution:

 

Install Windows on an SSD and use HighPoint RocketRAID 4520 as storage for games and apps only.


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