1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 10, 2011 9:14 PM by CarWiz

    Rapid Storage Technology Misidentified System Disk

    percoplus

      SystemReport.txtIn the storage system view, my system disk is listed as a non-system disk, while another disk is incorrectly showing as system disk. It doesn't seem to be causing any problems, but I don't know how to change the status. Version 10.5.0.1027

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      System Report

      System Information
      OS name:  Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate
      OS version:  6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 7601
      System name:  ASUS
      System manufacturer:  System manufacturer
      System model:  System Product Name
      Processor:  GenuineIntel Intel64 Family 6 Model 42 Stepping 7 3.401  GHz
      BIOS:  American Megatrends Inc., 1704

      Intel® Rapid Storage Technology
      Kit installed:  10.5.0.1026
      User interface version:  10.5.0.1027
      Language:  English (United States)
      Intel AHCI controller:  Intel(R) Desktop/Workstation/Server Express Chipset SATA AHCI Controller
      Number of SATA ports:  6
      Driver version:  10.5.0.1026
      ISDI version:  10.5.0.1027

      Device Information:


      Disk on port 0 - THIS IS NOT MY SYSTEM DISK.The disks on ports 1 and 2 are Raid 0 storage


      Port location:  Internal
      Status:  Normal
      Type:  Hard disk
      Size:  1.8 TB
      Serial number:  9WM4L8V7
      Model:  ST32000641AS
      Firmware:  CC13
      System disk:  Yes 
      Password protected:  No
      Disk data cache:  Enabled
      Native command queuing:  Yes 
      SATA transfer rate:  6 Gb/s
      Physical sector size:  512 Bytes
      Logical sector size:  512 Bytes

       

      Disk on port 1
      Port location:  Internal
      Status:  Normal
      Type:  Hard disk
      Size:  1.8 TB
      Serial number:  9WM4HCZ4
      Model:  ST32000641AS
      Firmware:  CC13
      System disk:  No
      Password protected:  No
      Disk data cache:  Enabled
      Native command queuing:  Yes 
      SATA transfer rate:  6 Gb/s
      Physical sector size:  512 Bytes
      Logical sector size:  512 Bytes

       

      Disk on port 2
      Port location:  Internal
      Status:  Normal
      Type:  Hard disk
      Size:  1.4 TB
      Serial number:  9VS1N1TR
      Model:  ST31500341AS
      Firmware:  CC1H
      System disk:  No
      Password protected:  No
      Disk data cache:  Enabled
      Native command queuing:  Yes 
      SATA transfer rate:  3 Gb/s
      Physical sector size:  512 Bytes
      Logical sector size:  512 Bytes

       

      Disk on port 3

      Port location:  Internal
      Status:  Normal
      Type:  Hard disk
      Size:  1.4 TB
      Serial number:  9VS15NBC
      Model:  ST31500341AS
      Firmware:  CC1H
      System disk:  No
      Password protected:  No
      Disk data cache:  Enabled
      Native command queuing:  Yes 
      SATA transfer rate:  3 Gb/s
      Physical sector size:  512 Bytes
      Logical sector size:  512 Bytes

       

      Disk on port 4 - THIS IS MY SYSTEM DISK:

      Port location:  Internal
      Status:  Normal
      Type:  Hard disk
      Size:  932 GB
      Serial number:  6VPE7J7H
      Model:  ST31000528AS
      Firmware:  CC3E
      System disk:  No
      Password protected:  No
      Disk data cache:  Enabled
      Native command queuing:  Yes 
      SATA transfer rate:  3 Gb/s
      Physical sector size:  512 Bytes
      Logical sector size:  512 Bytes

       

      Disk on port 5


      Port location:  Internal
      Status:  Normal
      Type:  Hard disk
      Size:  0 GB
      Serial number:  3772512006 216020501
      Model:  HP BD Writer bd340i
      Firmware:  RH24
      System disk:  No
      Password protected:  No
      Disk data cache:  Disabled
      Native command queuing:  No
      SATA transfer rate:  1.5 Gb/s
      Physical sector size:  0 Bytes
      Logical sector size:  0 Bytes