Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. I only mentioned that I changed what I could in the boot setup to answer another posters question. Until that happens I have nothing to boot into. I see some really smart guys have figured out how to modify the bios to enable trim in raid 0 with older chipsets ICH9DO. I’m going to poke around the ‘net some more. Don’t have an account?
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Download optiplex 755 raid save the Intel Matrix Manager driver from the Intel site or your Computer manufactures site. I understand we will have to reinstall the operating system, and I’m also assuming this is a function of changing the 575 settings and when reinstalling windows, inserting the intel optiplex 755 raid driver disk when prompted.
Here’s the message I’m getting: I changed it in the Boot setup.
You can also use the command: The disk has been wiped clean by virtue of attempting to install Linux on it and it won’t allow me optiplex 755 raid boot anything.
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Solved: Enable Raid 0 in Optiplex SFF? – Dell Community
I can’t access the BIOS. In Dell speak, I can enter F12 but not F2. The problem is that the GRUB installer on Linux will optiplex 755 raid install on one disc and it needs to install on both.
Hopefully somebody knows of a work around.
As the guys pointed optiplex 755 raid, the specific model doesn’t really support hardware RAID options. I can say with certainty that there is no mention of BIOS anywhere on that screen. Then power on and press F Am I missing something simple? Enter text from picture: Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your optiplex 755 raid results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
Optiplex mini tower no video on power up. Make a note of the folder location where optiplex 755 raid save the driver. What am I missing? Any data on either hard drive is lost when creating a RAID configuration using the following procedure. As for the other drive drive 0 did you wipe that drive and reformat it?
I only mentioned that I changed what I opyiplex in the boot setup to answer another posters question. I appreciate your response. Back up all data to another storage device before continuing. Copyright Intel Corporation, All right reserved. In a RAID 1 configuration, the size of optiplex 755 raid configuration is the smaller of the two drives used. If there is no fix would I be able to install a new hard drive without experiencing the same problem?
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I’m going to poke around the ‘net some more. Slot for SSD or only for wifi card? From reading posts elsewhere on the internet this is the common complaint among peole that are optiplex 755 raid the problem that I am having.
I know optiplex 755 raid SFF is only set up for one hard drive, so something isn’t enabled for raid because of that. Happy to help Feel free to post back if you happen to have other questions! They’re exactly the same thing.
Look for boot options on that screen.