This mirrored array provides some file redundancy, however this can reduce the amount of space that is actually usable on the hard drives. We Also Specialize In Your model has the Intel Series 8 chipset, one generation newer than that. Hard drive controllers in HP consumer notebooks cannot be changed from their defaults. Any help would be appreciated. It seems that these laptops are automatically in AHCI? Next question would be, since my laptop came with W8.
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All the product key is looking for is an OEM version of W8. Hopefully using the recovery media will make things right again, but if not, please read this article about getting your HDD’s configuration set correctly.
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That is what the file is, and when you go to install it, the product key will just populate the laptpp where you used to type in the product key.
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HP Notebook PCs – What is RAID technology?
It may take a couple of hours to show up because some kind of update needs to run before the W8.
We take a Hitachi Travelstar into our clean room for a head swap. I am interested about the trim command with the Intel series 7 rai, because my desktop has an old core i7with a GB true SSD, and apparently has been running in IDE mode forever, so I’m not sure if trim has been working or not on it.
All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. Some HP notebook PCs have multiple hard disk, however they are configured as a single drive. Users should consider the advantages and the restrictions before trying to setup a RAID array.
HP EliteDesk PCs – Configuring RAID 1 with SATA RAID Controller
Unfortunately, I do not know who you can talk to that would have the technical and hardware engineering experience to explain the whys and wherefores. Here are a couple of recent cases: For the majority of the home and small business notebook computers, HP does not encourage or support the use of a RAID array. Data can become corrupted or overwritten even if the physical hard disk itself is undamaged.
This lwptop has been archived. The hard drive test still passes both items. My HDD crashed and replaced it with a new one.
Also, depending on the RAID array, it may be necessary to use a separate data backup system.