RAID 0 : Irregular standing reported by Fast Storage Know-how UEFI driver

RAID 0 : Irregular standing reported by Fast Storage Know-how UEFI driver
RAID 0 : Irregular standing reported by Fast Storage Know-how UEFI driver


Hello there,

we constructed a pc with Intel Z790 chipset, i9-14900KF CPU, Asus ROG Maximus Z790 Darkish Hero board and put in Home windows 11 on a RAID 0 with 4 x 1 TB Nvme SSDs related to the RST controller.

RAID 0 due to efficiency issues.

 

Now, the pc immediately froze and we needed to energy cycle it.

 

Throughout boot, the next message is proven:

Irregular standing reported by Fast Storage Know-how UEFI driver

Home windows then runs right into a Bluescreen “Inaccessible boot gadget”.

Booting from an set up media, Home windows does not see the RAID anymore.

 

Checking the Intel RST Raid configuration, we discover the RAID 0 in “Regular” state with all 4 drives exhibiting.
The final drive reveals a standing “Error occured”, the others present standing “Raid member”.

If we disable the RST controller in BIOS, the drives present up as regular SSDs and we are able to carry out a SSD self check (primary and prolonged) on all drives. All SSDs full the exams with out error!

 

We subsequently assume that the SSD might need had a short lived difficulty and is now superb once more, however the RST controller remembers the “irregular standing”.

 

Is there a technique to drive the RAID 0 to regular state with out loosing the info?

 

Deleting the array in BIOS and recreating it erases all the info (tried on totally different machine).

Taking one SSD out of the array by making it “non member” causes the RAID 0 to modify to failed state and there is no method so as to add the drive afterwards. Once more, the info is gone. (tried that on a unique machine, too)

 

Any trace could be extremely appreciated, we’re caught proper now…

 

Thanks and sort regards,

Christian

 

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