5 Replies Latest reply on May 19, 2016 8:55 AM by Intel Corporation

    Persistent freezes, "Reset to Device, \Device\RaidPort2" in Event Viewer

    train_wreck

      I have Windows 10 on a Maximus VI formula motherboard with 2 RAID volumes; 3 240GB Intel 530 SSDs in RAID 0 that Windows runs from, and 2 3TB WD Black editions in RAID 1.

       

      Lately I have been periodic 10-30 second freezes, after which there will be an entry in the event viewer with source of "iaStorA" showing the following:

       

      [b]Reset to device, \Device\RaidPort2, was issued.[/b]

       

      My question is, how do I determine which drive this is? Can I assume that the SATA port numbers listed in the BIOS matches up with the port number in the event text? (so this would be port 2)?

       

      I tried to run both the Intel SSD diagnostic and the WD DIAG utilities, but neither one works on RAID volumes. All drivers are updated.