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Discus and support Windows 10 Pro on a thinkmate raid 5 array error grandstream camera app/template crashing in Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging to solve the problem; Hi Folks Hope this is the right place ! One of my installs seems to be having an issue with Windows 10 Pro and it seems to have something to do... Discussion in 'Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging' started by merlin02131, Oct 15, 2019.

  1. Windows 10 Pro on a thinkmate raid 5 array error grandstream camera app/template crashing


    Hi Folks


    Hope this is the right place !


    One of my installs seems to be having an issue with Windows 10 Pro and it seems to have something to do with Microsoft Library ?


    Streaming an app for cameras and I get this error and the app freezes

    I cannot find any updates for 10 Pro to address this without re-installing the visual C++ libraries all over ...


    Activation context generation failed for "C:\Program Files (x86)\Grandstream\GSurf_Pro_



    Any help would be appreciated


    Regards


    Rich


    :)
     
    merlin02131, Oct 15, 2019
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  2. KLS
    KLS Win User

    Recreating RAID 5 Array AMD


    Poked around in the AMD RAIDXpert utility (didn't have to use it with W7) and it will let me make a RAID 0, 1, or just a bunch of disks array but not RAID 5 or 10. Mobo is an Asus M4A79T Deluxe that has an AMD SB750 RAID controller that supports RAID 0,1, 5, and 10. If nothing else I could go with a RAID 1 array with a hot spare and have fault tolerance but I'd prefer to get RAID 5 working for both the performance and fault tolerance.

    Found How To Set Up a RAID 5 Array in Windows 8 and Linux - Maximum PC and it seams like this might be the same as doing a RAID 5 array according to Storage Spaces: FAQ - Windows Help
    . I know I never had to use it in W7 to create the array I just defined it in the controller and then in disk management it showed up as a single unallocated drive with ~1.8TB of space. Now when I define the array in the controller I still see the 3 separate disks one 1 unallocated, 1 uninitialized, and 1 offline in disk management.

    EDIT: looks like storage spaces is a software RAID utility and since the mobo supports RAID 5 via hardware it would be better to figure out why its not allowing me to create the RAID 5 array.
     
  3. Windows 10 pro 64bit and Raid 0 array

    Hey there Tristan3339,

    What are the drives' models? Do have in mind that if you are using non-NAS/RAID drives this may occur on a regular basis as they don't have the additional features that prevents them from dropping out of the RAID (WD Blue, WD Green and WD Black for example).
    I would recommend using NAS/RAID drives for such arrays (like the WD Red: http://products.wdc.com/support/kb.ashx?id=UlglbY ).

    I would check the S.M.A.R.T. status of the drives in the array and see if they have signs of failure that may be causing them to drop out and the RAID to be rejected. Cables and ports should also be checked.

    Also if there are any newer updates for the drivers, OS and anything else, I'd suggest that you install it.

    How did you configure your array (OS, BIOS, what settings)?

    .
     
    Captain_WD, Oct 15, 2019
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  4. Windows 10 Pro on a thinkmate raid 5 array error grandstream camera app/template crashing

    raid 0 array installation

    im trying to install windows 10 on a raid 0 array and when i select the drive to install to it splits the array and then cannot install to either parts

    Me

    the array is 3 1TB drives. it sees it as 3 TB in the installation manager, but when i try to select it it splits it to a 2TB drive and a 1TB drive. it then wont let me install to either drive

    I have windows 10 pro

    I set up the array in bios and all is well

    I boot to installation media dvd and it says "a media driver your computer needs is missing.

    I select the new raid driver and install it.

    Then it asks for installation destination, it sees my 3 TB array but when i click on it it separates it into a 2 TB drive and a 1TB drive and then it gives me an error saying " we couldnt install windows in the location you chose. please check your media
    drive. heres ore info about what happened: 0x80300024"
     
    IsaacLintner, Oct 15, 2019
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