Remove all partitions on your hard drives and try again.
Thanks Edward. I tried that earlier today, but it's still doing the same thing. I used the disk management tool in windows to remove the partition on both drives. Both drive lots are solid blue, but the blue power light flashes.
Hi, i have the same problem. I have only an interim-solution:
you must press the reset-button at the backside of the ss4200 just beside the USB-connection. Hold the reset-button and press the
start-button again. The start button will flash orange. You can leave the reset-button and the system should run normally.
I am looking for a solution to avoid using the reset-button, but at the moment i don't know how to.
Thanks. I tried pressing the reset button and power button at the same time. When I go through the hardware setup wizard, it still gives me the message:
Sorry. Please confirm that all cables have been properly connected, your router is working properly, and the Intel Entry Storage System device has been turned on before clicking Next again.
Click the Retry button to try again.
Click the Back button to start the install again.
I get the orange light, but mine doesn't flash like yours.
I read in the the forums that some systems were initially setup and tested with 4 drives, so if you are using just 2 bays, then the system may not boot up unless you hold the reset and power button at the same time. That might be your issue.
I think my issue may be that I'm running drives that are not on the approve list. It looks like based on the documentation, the largest drives that have been tested are 1 TB. I'm using 2TB drives. I saw in the forums that other people were able to get 2TB drives to work, so I figured I'd give it a try.