TomcaT Posted September 6, 2007 Share Posted September 6, 2007 My son's PC has recently had an upgrade of sorts, with it I installed two 320GB SATAs, they were off an old machine where I had no issues at all, I also decided to get a copy of Vista, so plumped for the Home Premium version, as this best suits my son and my wallet!!Anyhow, the install went like a dream, no problems etc through the install, got all the neccessary drivers for the motherboard and other hardware etc.I decided to put the HDDS into RAID 1 (mirrored), he uses it for his home/course work, so this will help protect his work.Anyhow about 1 week later he got the message that Vista had detected that there was a SERIOUS issue with the harddrives and I should back up the data..... thought this was odd, so rebooted and got the same message.So I rebooted again and went into the RAID program/bios, and it stated that it was in sync mode, I synced them there and then and the message stopped, so I disconnected one of them and rebooted and the message came back.So my question is:How do I turn that annoying (false) message off? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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