Only physical drives that appear during POST are shown. During bootup, if your system has insufficient memory, the following message appears. See Chapter 21 for more information. The event log is cleared of any non-persistent events each time you restart your computer. Secure erase performs three distinct writing passes to the disk drive being erased–it does not just write zeros.

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When enabledremovable media devices, such as CD drives, are supported. Select Controller Configuration from the main Select utility menu and change the settings listed in the following table.

The array number changes to Array 00, which makes the array the boot array. The default setting is Autowhich allows the SAS adaptdc to adjust the data transfer rate as required.

It contains the following sections:. Disabling the BIOS allows another controller to act as a bootable device. The ARCU includes a tool for modifying the controller settings, and for modifying the disk drives connected to it. When enabledthis allows the controller to act as a bootable device.


If a disk drive is grayed-out unavailable for use in a new arrayit might need to be initialized. Adaptc bootup, if your system has insufficient memory, the following message appears. Array Background Consistency Check. Note –When the alarm is turned off disabledit automatically turns back on after a reboot. The place to find device driver updates.

For more information, refer to your computer documentation. To return to the main ACU menu after the secure erase has started, press Esc.

Initializing a disk drive that is part of an array might make the array unusable. When enabled, NCQ is enabled. Default setting is Yes enabled. You can use the disk utilities tool to perform low-level formatting, or to verify your disk drives.

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This is described in Parts Adapyec and II of this document. Adaptec controllers support single-drive volumes that can be used for drives that are not part of a RAID array.

Note –CDs are not supported by current software. The BIOS-based event log records all firmware events, such as configuration changes, array creation, and boot activity. When enabled, the controller constantly verifies a redundant array. From the Manage Arrays menu, do any of the following:. Instructions for completing tasks are displayed onscreen.


Follow the onscreen instructions to create and manage arrays, and initialize, rescan, and erase disk drives. Select the disk drive you want, then press Enter. Note that there might adsptec a significant performance reduction.

The section contains the following subsections:. When enabledarrag1000 controller automatically rebuilds an array when a failed disk drive is replaced. The secure erase stops and the ACU returns to its main window.

Select the Select utility and press Enter. Both options take less time than asaptec secure erase option, but might not offer enough security for highly sensitive information.

Check the BIOS settings to verify the correct boot order. Also, when the log is full, new events overwrite old events.