5 Replies Latest reply on May 15, 2018 2:45 PM by Intel Corporation

    No "Create" button in RST

    gary.l.bartram

      There is no create button in Intel Rapid Storage Technology to be able to create a RAID 0.

       

      Laptop came with Windows 10 Pro and the create button was there out of the box, but we need Enterprise Edition. After upgrading to Windows 10 Enterprise, I installed IRST and there is no create button. The drives are still set to RAID 0 but there is no way to manage it.

       

      Ideally, I would like to have this work from an image that my company uses. When imaging the laptop, it re-partitions the drives and therefore no RAID 0.

       

      Thanks in advance for any help!

        • 1. Re: No "Create" button in RST
          Leonardo_intel

          Hello gary.l.bartram

           

          Thank you for joining the community.

           

          I looking into the in the Intel® RST report and I see that there is a RAID 0 that is built on the system using the hard drives using the hard drives plugged on your laptop

           

          Array Name:  SATA_Array_0000

          Size:  1,953,524 MB

          Available space:  3 MB

          Number of volumes:  1

          Volume member:  Volume_0000

          Number of array disks:  2

          Array disk: 0000_0000_0000_0010_0008_0D02_0040_225D.

          Array disk: 0000_0000_0000_0010_0008_0D02_0040_2270.

          Disk data cache:  Enabled

           

          Volume name:  Volume_0000

          Status:  Normal

          Type:  RAID 0

          Size:  1,953,520 MB

          System volume:  Yes 

          Data stripe size:  16 KB

          Write-back cache:  Off

          Parity errors:  0

          Blocks with media errors:  0

          Physical sector size:  512 Bytes

          Logical sector size:  512 Bytes

           

           

          Regards,        

          Leonardo C.

          • 2. Re: No "Create" button in RST
            gary.l.bartram

            Here is another laptop that the drives were not converted to RAID 0 before upgrading to Windows 10 Enterprise Edition. Still no "Create" button. I need to be able to convert the 2 - 1TB drives for maximum performance.

            • 3. Re: No "Create" button in RST
              gary.l.bartram

              Looking to see if there is an update on how to create RAID 0 on the drive on this laptop. If no response soon, I will install Windows 10 Pro and create RAID 0 on the drives and then re-install Windows 10 Enterprise. Not the ideal way to handle this...

              • 4. Re: No "Create" button in RST
                Intel Corporation
                This message was posted on behalf of Intel Corporation

                Hello
                Thank you for your response.
                 
                I am looking into the reports and the information that you have provided, I am seeing that on your drive management picture that in your D drive you have tow system partitions (EFI system and recovery system), Intel® RST is probably not giving you the option to create the RAID 0 because it is detecting those partitions, now, the situation here is that if you delete those partitions on the D driver and they are related to the OS on the C drive you may damage your OS.
                 
                In case you want to proceed to create the RAID 0, I recommend creating a backup of the data on your system before taking any actions.
                 
                You can either try deleting the partitions on D drive to have the drive to unallocated space, or you can format both drives and reinstall the OS.
                 
                Regards,
                Leonardo C.
                 

                • 5. Re: No "Create" button in RST
                  Intel Corporation
                  This message was posted on behalf of Intel Corporation

                  Hello gary.l.bartram

                  I was checking your case and would like to know if you need further help.  If so, please do not hesitate in replying back.
                   
                  Regards,
                  Leonardo C.