Question Windows 10 Crashes after Adding a Hard Drive

Oct 9, 2021
5
0
10
0
I have a system that has a number of storage devices and run from both onboard and a basic Raid Card PCIe

Mainboard Model Z370 AORUS Gaming 7 (0x00000568 - 0x9CF8F237)

the issue im having is if i happen to add one more drive the system crashes

Drive 0
Device Path \\?\scsi#disk&ven_ata&prod_samsung_ssd_860#4&240534ba&0&000000#{53f56307-b6bf-11d0-94f2-00a0c91efb8b}
Name Samsung SSD 860 EVO M.2 2TB
Revision RVT23B6Q
Serial S416NB0K606198F
Capacity 1863.0 GB
Type Fixed, SSD
Bus Type SATA (11)
Features SMART, TRIM
Controller Serial ATA Controller - AHCI at bus 0, device 23, function 0
Volume c:\, 1862.4 GBytes (70.4 percent available)

Drive 1
Device Path \\?\scsi#disk&ven_ata&prod_st2000lx001-1rg1#4&240534ba&0&000200#{53f56307-b6bf-11d0-94f2-00a0c91efb8b}
Name ST2000LX001-1RG174
Revision SDM1
Serial ZDZACLWN
Capacity 1863.0 GB
Type Fixed
Bus Type SATA (11)
Rotation speed 5400 RPM
Features SMART
Controller Serial ATA Controller - AHCI at bus 0, device 23, function 0

Drive 2
Device Path \\?\scsi#disk&ven_ata&prod_st2000dx001-1ns1#4&240534ba&0&000300#{53f56307-b6bf-11d0-94f2-00a0c91efb8b}
Name ST2000DX001-1NS164
Revision CC41
Serial Z4Z3HFRP
Capacity 1863.0 GB
Type Fixed
Bus Type SATA (11)
Rotation speed 7200 RPM
Features SMART
Controller Serial ATA Controller - AHCI at bus 0, device 23, function 0

Drive 3
Device Path \\?\scsi#disk&ven_ata&prod_sandisk_sd8sb8u-#4&240534ba&0&000400#{53f56307-b6bf-11d0-94f2-00a0c91efb8b}
Name SanDisk SD8SB8U-256G-1006
Revision X4120006
Serial 165316421302
Capacity 238.5 GB
Type Fixed, SSD
Bus Type SATA (11)
Features SMART, TRIM
Controller Serial ATA Controller - AHCI at bus 0, device 23, function 0

Drive 4
Device Path \\?\scsi#disk&ven_ata&prod_st31000520as#4&240534ba&0&000500#{53f56307-b6bf-11d0-94f2-00a0c91efb8b}
Name ST31000520AS
Revision CC32
Serial 9VX0QKMK
Capacity 931.5 GB
Type Fixed
Bus Type SATA (11)
Rotation speed 5900 RPM
Features SMART
Controller Serial ATA Controller - AHCI at bus 0, device 23, function 0

Drive 5
Device Path \\?\scsi#disk&ven_&prod_st31000520as#5&2e2e5c0&0&000000#{53f56307-b6bf-11d0-94f2-00a0c91efb8b}
Name ST31000520AS
Revision CC32
Serial 9VX0NV67
Capacity 931.5 GB
Type Fixed
Bus Type SATA (11)
Rotation speed 5900 RPM
Features SMART
Controller IDE Controller at bus 6, device 0, function 0
Link Speed PCI-E 1x @ 5.0 GT/s

Drive 6
Device Path \\?\scsi#disk&ven_wdc&prod_wd10ezex-60m2na0#5&2e2e5c0&0&010000#{53f56307-b6bf-11d0-94f2-00a0c91efb8b}
Name WDC WD10EZEX-60M2NA0
Revision 01.01A01
Serial WD-WCC3FR9JD4R9
Capacity 931.5 GB
Type Fixed
Bus Type SATA (11)
Rotation speed 7200 RPM
Features SMART
Controller IDE Controller at bus 6, device 0, function 0
Link Speed PCI-E 1x @ 5.0 GT/s

--------

if i add any more to the raid the system starts to boot then blue screens no matter what drive im adding , i know it can not be a faulty drive as i have tried many variations yet the pcie raid card has 2 more spaces yet
still crashes every time

Description IDE Controller
Location bus 6 (0x06), device 0 (0x00), function 0 (0x00)
Common header
Vendor ID 0x1B21 Asustek - ASMedia Technology Inc RAID
Model ID 0x0611
Revision ID 0x02
PI 0x85
SubClass 0x01
BaseClass 0x01
Cache Line 0x10
Latency 0x00
Header 0x00
PCI header
Address 5 (memory) 0xEFC00000
Subvendor ID 0x1B21
Subsystem ID 0x1060
Int. Line 0x10
Int. Pin 0x01
PCI capability
Caps class Message Signalled Interrupts
Caps offset 0x50
PCI capability
Caps class Power Management
Caps offset 0x78
Caps version 1.2
PCI capability
Caps class PCI Express
Caps offset 0x80
Device type Legacy PCI-E Endpoint Device
Port 1
Caps version 2.0
Link width 1x (max 1x)
Link speed 5.0 GT/s (max 5.0 GT/s)
PCI extended capability
Caps class Virtual Channel
Caps offset 0x100


------

The Power Supply is a Corsair HX1000 and brand new so i dont think it could be a power issue on a PSU level

----
 

Ralston18

Titan
Moderator
What RAID configuration?

Verify that the motherboard will indeed support a 7th hard drive.

Reference:

https://download.gigabyte.com/FileList/Manual/mb_manual_z370-aorus-gaming-7_1003_181029_e.pdf

[Do verify that I identified the correct/applicable User Manual.]

Per physically numbered Page 11 and Chapter 3 (starting on Page 67) I am not convinced that a 7th drive is doable..

= = = =

Look in Reliability History and Event Viewer for error codes, warnings, and even informational events that precede or correspond with the 7th drive and accompanying system crashes.
 
Oct 9, 2021
5
0
10
0
Why is JBOD being used instead of RAID? What is driving the requirement(s) for either one?

>> because thats how they are setup right now , just a bunch of disks attached to a PCIe Raid Card
What do you want the storage system to do?

>> work would help
FYI:

https://searchstorage.techtarget.com/definition/JBOD

And the question remains open: Can the build support a 7th disk?

what has that got to do with having a raid card that accept 4 got to do with a mother board that accepts 6 onboard , im not using the motherboard im using a pcie asustek card for the additional drives
 
Oct 9, 2021
5
0
10
0
JBoD creates a single disk from several. You seem to have 2 individual disks so I assume you may have 1 disk in each jbod?

> incorrect JBOD;s create 1 Drive per individual Drive connected , no RAID backup . No Stripped / No Spanned , have 4 ports you have 4 Individual Drives
> a Single Drive from multiple drives is RAID 0,1,5,10
Which raid card do you have? <make & model# >
 

popatim

Titan
Moderator
You can have a single disk JBoD but what's the point of that? A normal non-raid sata controller does that.
The intended purpose for it is to congregate several disparate disks into one volume with no stripping or redundancy; just shear space. When one disk gets fill data starts filling the next in the JBoD.

Please red up on JBoD so we can avoid further confusion: https://www.trentonsystems.com/blog/jbod-vs-raid-what-are-the-differences
 
Oct 9, 2021
5
0
10
0
every Raid card support JBOD , its your choice if you activate RAID or not , once i know that all 4 drives work then i will decide on which raid , but if i can get all 4 drives active first whats the point of creating a raid

You can have a single disk JBoD but what's the point of that? A normal non-raid sata controller does that.
The intended purpose for it is to congregate several disparate disks into one volume with no stripping or redundancy; just shear space. When one disk gets fill data starts filling the next in the JBoD.

Please red up on JBoD so we can avoid further confusion: https://www.trentonsystems.com/blog/jbod-vs-raid-what-are-the-differences
 

ASK THE COMMUNITY

TRENDING THREADS