Hi, ruicoutinho, Thank you very much for joining the Rapid Storage Technology communities.
I was checking the information about the servers on ASUS’s web site, and actually the version of RST validated for those server boards is different from the one that you are currently using. Based on that, maybe the RAID controller is not working as it should and that is why this problem is happening with the SSD.
We recommend in this case to un-install the current RTS version you are using from the control panel by choosing “program and features” and un-install it from there, and then to install the version recommended on the links below that is actually for RSTe, look for SATA on the options in the links to install it.
Any further questions, please let me know.
Uninstalling RST driver 126.96.36.199 and installing TS300-E9/PS4:
won´t affect current data on the RAID1 SSD(OS) or RAID1 HDD (data)?
The change will be transparent or do we have to rebuid the RAIDs?
Hi, ruicoutinho, The structure of the RAID is on the hard drives, so the change will be transparent, there will be no need to rebuild the RAIDs. Please un-install the RST in control panel from “programs and features” then restart the PC and then install the RSTe version needed.
Any questions, please let me know.