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Old 29th October, 2004, 08:29 PM
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NV RAID and file sharing - no go????

I am really surprised with my latest discovery (bug) on NV RAID on my 8KDA3+.
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I have a small home network with two PCs and a laptop- all with xp prof. My main rig has 2xSeagate 80gb with 3 partitions on NV RAID and 1xseagate 60gb on IDE 1 with 2 partitions. Problem is that I can not access those 3 partitions from laptop and other PC. Every time is try to access one of those partitions thru network places, I got "not enough server storage is available to process this command" error. Yes, all partiotions are shared and firewalls are off.
Two partitions located on seagate IDE HDD are accessed normally, therefore I conclude that the problem is with NVRAID.
Has anyone met such behaviour of NV RAID in his PCs?
Could anyone try access your NV RAID setup from home network, just to see is it my fault or not??
That is the second NV RAID issue I have come to. First was when I found that I can not start Winxp repair instalation when having disks connected to NV RAID-repair works only on non-RAID disks.
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Old 1st November, 2004, 06:59 PM
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Come on, people, someone must know the solution.
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Are you using Norton Antivirus by any chance?
What event is logged in the system event log? Is it event 2011 or something else?
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Old 2nd November, 2004, 07:23 PM
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No, I am not using Norton, I am using Trend Micro Internet Security.
And yes, the event 2011 is logged in event viewer.
Now what, Aedan?
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Old 4th November, 2004, 10:03 PM
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Aedan, please respond, this is driving me nuts.
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Go to this link at Microsoft. This may have a bearing on your problem. Good Luck!
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Old 5th November, 2004, 11:51 AM
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Thank you, Gizmo for pointing me to that link, but I already tried that and that didn`t help me.
But I have found workaround - switched HDDs to Silicon Image SATA controller and everything is fine now- I can see all partiotions.
So, NV RAID, bye-bye.
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This problem doesn't occur in the 6.22 unified driver.
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So it IS a driver problem?
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Quote:
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This problem doesn't occur in the 6.22 unified driver.
Now you tell me? After I lost whole week trying to work it out?
If only you told me this two days ago...
Does that mean that you have`t tested it under 5.10 unified driver or that is the issue with older drivers?
No way I am going back to NV RAID, Silicon will also do the work.
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The only problem with the Silicon controller is that it sits on the PCI bus, so suffers the bandwidth limitations implemented by the PCI bus. nV RAID doesn't suffer from the limited bandwidth on the PCI bus.

It sounds like it's an issue with the older drivers or an interaction between various components within Windows. Both the Silicon and nV RAID implementations rely on software to do the work rather than hardware.
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Since the version 6 driver isn't for AGP boards it won't really make a difference - and the driver is for SATA 2 also.
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Since the version 6 driver isn't for AGP boards it won't really make a difference - and the driver is for SATA 2 also.
So, there is no solution for this issue for AGP board such as my 8KDA3+?
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