I have done this for almost 3 weeks now. However, this should not interfere when you are under AHCI. Originally, I installed Server R2 64bit without the F6 drivers. I have only one comment to add to the above. When you are installing f6 driver, make sure to select appropriate driver:
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Explorer shows it is 2. I am not interested in RAID mode since it is so unreliable. The boot drive is 64GB SSD and shouldn’t be an issue, but even after installing the intel drivers Go to original post.
Originally, I installed Server R2 64bit without the F6 drivers. Just so everyone will know my current status, and avoid wasting time It goes into a boot loop.
Doesn’t that seem weird? It seems like I have to build another machine, promote it to DC, then rebuild this machine without the intel drivers. After much diagnosing, It seems that my 2. Please enter a title. This content has been marked as final. Other times it would work normally.
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If anyone has any ideas to allow me to access the GB of missing space, I would try their ideas happily. You can not post a blank message. This discussion is locked.
However, this should not interfere when you are under AHCI. I have only one comment to add to the above. I have used windows diskmanager to create, and partition it and I have used the Hitachi GPT provisioning software.
I could not get it to boot up in RAID mode ever. I am not so sure where to go except to create a new domain controller, then reinstall it.
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When you are installing f6 driver, make sure to select appropriate driver: I don’t understand how Microsoft can make drivers that work flawlessly, and Intel can ontel.
They work smoothly and when the data approached teh 2TB boundary that had locked up the drive using any of the intel drivers, the data kept flowing.
Also with a boot loop. Intel has plenty of money to hire programmers, and 3TB drives have been available for some time. I can report this problem is “mostly” fixed.
I can copy data to it from other drives, but as soon as the copy gets to exactly 2TB, activity lntel, and no more data can be transmitted to the drive. I have deleted the hard drive, and re-installed it numerous times. I then copied 2. Does anyone have any suggestions, or ideas? Server would hang sometimes. The install went fine, but I have several problems. When I change the bios to Raid, is also ontel boot.