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On commanding a shutdown the system would exit windows but fail to power down, and on resetting one HDD would be reported as failed and the array as degraded. As far as i understand, you did a migration from stand alone to Raid 5. While I understand the potential problems of data loss on unexpected power failure if using write-back cache I would still like this as an option that doesn’t result in multi-hour rebuilds after every shutdown. Still, the system is usable without write-back, which is better than some on here and I generally like the capabilities of the DS3R board. Firstly, is this expected behaviour for this mainboard and the ICH9 controller in general?

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After much tweaking it seems that the system is stable ONLY if the Intel Matrix Manager is the same version number as the ga-p35c-d3sr firmware currently 7.

For the record, the system is stock standard with no overclocking. While I understand the potential problems of data loss on unexpected power failure if using write-back cache I would still like this as an option that doesn’t result in multi-hour rebuilds after every shutdown.

I can remember having read something about disabling writecache especially on raid configs, but I lost the exact context about it. Makes for a bad gw-p35c-ds3r.

Technical Specifications : Gigabyte GA-P35C-DS3R (Intel P35) –

Actually this was an easy as advertised and ga-p35c-dsr from the RAID problems I’d give Intel a big tick for the ease of use of the matix solution. Sorry not having helped you more. As far as i understand, you did a migration from stand alone to Raid 5.

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But i have to admid that i never had the idea of ga-p5c-ds3r it. Greetings Just about my specs: This would occur on each shutdown attempt. Too easy to loose everything all at once. As for migrating to a RAID5 array, I had the system dual booting between various versions of windows until I settled on trying Vista Results 1 rqid 6 of 6. Still, the system is usable without write-back, which is better than some on here and I generally like the capabilities of the DS3R board.

Gigabyte GA-P35C-DS3R – motherboard – ATX – LGA775 Socket – P35

The last time was because the power connector on one of the drives was accidently unplugged. We receive spam notifications and will take immediate action! I understand that you want squeeze all out of your system but i think this Writecache Setting is maybe too experimental and should be used gx-p35c-ds3r caution.

Join Date Aug Posts What does the Intel Storage screen say at boot up? The system should be stable when in a RAID 5 array using Write-back cache, and it isn’t at all, at least following a shutdown. Is your Raid Array green? Copyright c Tweak Town Pty Ltd.

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Does the GA-P35C-DS3R onboard RAID work with OSx86? – OSx86 (Leopard) – InsanelyMac Forum

I just took a look at my settings and you won’t beleave it: The time now is On commanding a shutdown the system would exit windows but gga-p35c-ds3r to power down, and on resetting one HDD would be reported as failed and the array as degraded. Please report all spam threads, posts and suspicious members.

I woulnd’t have done it this way, i would have installed from scratch on a existing raid 5 array. Join Date Sep Posts 5. I got all of my faid problems resolved that caused the blue screens and everything is stable as a rock.

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Firstly, is this expected behaviour for this mainboard and the ICH9 controller in general? There is some difference in the processes where is appears data is never completely written out to the drives on shutdown and therefore they always come back unclean and result in a degraded array.

The first time was because of a couple of blue-screen reboots trying to stabalize Vista. Va-p35c-ds3r looks good to me. Strangely it is after a restart.