Can you please post your Dxdiag report or system configuration here?
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I had a support chat with an Intel tech rep and he indicated the issue would resolve when the system completed the rebuilding. It did just that, so I understand that it was a normal indication after a failed drive was replaced. Let me know if you need any additional information.
My system configuration before the drive failure was SATA internal ports 0 thru 2, three drives, in Intel RST RAID 5 configuration and SATA port 3 with non member Seagate SATA 500GB model ST500DM002. The RAID was configured as follows: Ports 1 & 2 - Seagate SATA 500GB model ST3500320AS, Port 0 - Seagate SATA 500GB model ST3500418AS. The CPU is an i7-930. The total system memory is 6GB in three memory modules, 3x2GB.
After the drive failure, I moved the non member disk on Port 3 to Port 1 and rebuilt the array successfully. The Intel RST worked as advertised.
I have a similar issue where the 2 out of 4 disks appear with colon zero attached (:0) and then they appear as available under the array definition. This is a Raid 0+1 with 64kb stripe size. RAID status is shown as failed hence there is no rebuilding. (the colon zero issue seems to be a known issue 3005666 but I could not find a solution anywhere). I played around with mdadm in a live ubuntu session but no avail. Any ideas?
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