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- I tried disconnecting the power from the four SATA drives which make up my RAID 5 (D:) drive then changing the setting from RAID to IDE in the BIOS. - Now when I go into Startup Repair I see a graphical corruption (the picture is garbled and looks like a CPU wafer) but when I boot into Ubuntu Linux everything still works fine My thoughts so far...
- I am convinced that the problem is caused by Windows not working correctly with the driver for the RAID controller that the boot drive uses and it makes sense to me that I might have to edit the registry to force Windows to look for new drivers (as I've seen in another post), but I cant find much about how to edit (not just restore to a backup) the registry without being able to boot Windows and having a functioning system in the end.
- I have two sticks of 2GB DDR3 1333MHz RAM (KVR1333D3N9/2G) installed for a total of 4GB.
- All drivers were working fine to the best of my knowledge and I was not getting any BSODs or other errors as far as I can recall (aside from Flash Player crashing in Firefox) before updating my BIOS.
- My second hard drive (D:) is four SATA hard drives in RAID 5 using the motherboard RAID but (if I remember correctly) setup in Windows, making my D: drive a software RAID which I can not access from my Linux installation because it sees four separate hard drives.