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    ROG Member Array Stealth1967 PC Specs
    Stealth1967 PC Specs
    MotherboardROG MAXIMUS IX CODE
    ProcessorIntel Core I5 7600K @ 4.8 Ghz
    Memory (part number)16 GB Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 PC 3200
    Graphics Card #1MSI GTX 1080 Sea Hawk X
    MonitorLG 34UM88 IPS 34" 21:9 4K
    Storage #12 X Samsung 960 EVO M2 NVMe 512 Gb
    Storage #24 x Samsung 850 EVO 512 Gb
    CPU CoolerCorsair H100i
    CaseZalman Z11
    Power SupplyCorsair AX860 ATX
    Keyboard Asus ROG Claymore
    Mouse Asus ROG Gladius
    Headset Bose OE Soundlink
    OS Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit Creators Update
    Accessory #1 Natural Point Track IR 5
    Accessory #2 Saitek X56 Rhino HOTAS

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    Sep 2013

    ROG RAIDR fail to boot ( Disk off line )

    Hi to all

    after many month of perfect work, my RAIDR fail to boot.
    The disc is used as a system disk with windows 7 ultimate on a Asus Sabertooth Z77. and has always worked fine until today when it fails to boot presenting an error message that reports disk off line.

    Starting the Marwell bios utility i can see that the disk is recognized and configured but it is present as virtual disk off line.
    It seems to me that the raid configuration is broken and the disk can' t work properly.

    How i can fix the "off line" status?
    Can i still create a system image with clonezilla, to be used if necessary to restore the disk, once solved the problem?

    Any help appreciated mates !!

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    Last edited by Stealth1967; 11-26-2014 at 10:36 PM.
    My self made rig:
    case: Zalman Z11,mobo: Asus ROG MAXIMUS IX CODE, cpu: Intel Core i5 7600K @ 4.8 Ghz, cooler: Corsair H100i , psu: Corsair AX 860,
    16 GB Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 PC 3200,
    drives: 2 X Samsung 960 EVO M2 NVMe 512 Gb, 4 x Samsung 850 EVO 512 Gb,
    gpu: MSI GTX 1080 Sea Hawk X
    monitor: LG 34UM88 IPS 34" 21:9 4K,

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    Feb 2015

    I have the same problem, did you find an answer?

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    May 2014

    I know this is a 5 year old topic, but I just got the exact same failure on my ROG Raidr as the screen shots above. I may have just lost 20 years of emails, damn. Is there anyway to rebuild this drive to get data off of it? I figure I will get a new OS drive at Best Buy and once I have a running computer maybe turn off UEFI mode on the Raidr and pray there is some utility to access the RAID0 data from a non-UEFI environment?

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    May 2014

    In case anyone was curious on how these garbage drives fail (I'm a bit bitter losing 5 years of data, but it's totally my fault for using this ROG RAIDR as a RAID0 OS drive....which wasn't backed up on the nextwork), here is the report from a reputable data recovery service, and the estimated cost to retrieve the data:

    The test results for your failed set are in and have shown the following:

    1) The SSD configuration is RAID 0, stripe set, no fault tolerance.
    2) The SSDs are Sandforce® based, hardware encrypted.
    3) One SSD has developed cell damage inside the NAND array and is locking the system into a busy state.

    We must discover the ECC value used to write the raw data across the NANDs and perform a raw data dump. Once the dump is in hand, we’ll image to a like device, combine the RAID, mount the volume and extract the data to a universal media for ease of access.

    The costs for these procedures, in US dollars, are as follows:

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    $3,200 Total Cost

    Standard Service (estimated completion is ~15-20 business days)


    Initially, we must acquire images from each of the members of the array. This separates out physical issues and gives us working copies. Depending upon the level of RAID, we must read every sector of every drive in order to insure a quality recovery. Sometimes this requires rebuilding drives in order to acquire the needed raw data. Once we have all the raw data possible, we analyze the patterning of the data and merge it back together, and if all is well, we will produce the logical structure that you were used to seeing and copy the data to a stable media.
    Last edited by chamberlin; 09-05-2020 at 07:16 PM.

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