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BSOD/ Intel RAID volume failing but CHKDSK clean volume

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#1 browniebrownie141


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Posted 02 May 2016 - 05:21 PM



User usasma refered me to post here, as I also need to seek hard ware help !


Here is the link of my original thread:





Intel RAID pops up and tells me to back up immediately. Intel report see attached document. Other see above link.


Can my Solid State hard drive can be repaired? Can clean reinstallation of Windows can do the trick? 

Or replacement of hard drive is required? 


Million thanks 

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#2 browniebrownie141

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Posted 05 May 2016 - 07:05 PM

Still trying to get to dump files... meanwhile, i was able to use sony vaio recovery dvd disc first changed booting sequence then ran hardware diagnostic, took another 3 hours showed all hardware are good. I took one more test solely on hard drive, no error.
So it seems to me now its intel RAID matrix storage technology volume 0 port 1 error.
I also found from eventviewer:
Dcom got error 1084 attempting to start service wuauserve with argument in order to run server E60687F7 01A1 40AA 86ACDB1 CBF 673334 as error code..... any idea... million thanks... photos to show later

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