hp-support-head-portlet

Actions
Loading...
HP Customer Support - Knowledge Base

hp-contact-secondary-navigation-portlet

Actions
Loading...

hp-share-print-widget-portlet

Actions
Loading...
  • Information

    Fix intermittent print spooler service errors that may cause print jobs to fail post a Windows update. Click here

    Information
    Fix Windows 10 Update Issues

    Resolve Windows 10 or update issues on an HP computer or printer – Click here

hp-concentra-wrapper-portlet

Actions
Loading...

HP EliteDesk and ProDesk PCs - Configuring RAID 1 with SATA RAID Controller

To configure RAID 1 with SATA RAID controller, adjust the BIOS settings, and then create a RAID 1 volume.

Step 1: Prepare your computer

Prepare your computer before configuring the hard drives for RAID 1.
  caution:
Converting to RAID 1 reformats the hard drives, deleting all data, including the operating system.
  1. Back up all personal data and settings. For more information, go to Backing Up Your Files (Windows 10, 8) or Backing Up Your Files (Windows 7).
  2. Create a Windows installation media, such as a USB drive. For more information, go to Installing the Latest Version of Windows 10 or Creating Recovery Discs or Saving a Recovery Image to a USB Flash Drive (Windows 7).
  3. Write down the Windows product key. When you reinstall Windows, you must authenticate your operating system. For more information, go to Find your Windows product key (in English).

Step 2: Update the BIOS

Install the latest BIOS version.
  caution:
Only install BIOS updates from HP. Installing the BIOS incorrectly can prevent the computer from starting or being recovered. If your computer is managed by an IT service, contact them for the correct update process.
  1. If your computer uses BitLocker, make sure it is disabled before updating the BIOS.
  2. If a Let's identify your product to get started page displays, click Desktop, type your computer model number, and then click Submit.
  3. If you need to change the operating system, click Change, select your version, and then click Change.
  4. From the list of available software and driver categories, look for a BIOS update.
    • If a BIOS update is available, click Download.
    • If a BIOS update is not available, skip to the next step.
  5. Follow any on-screen instructions, and then restart the computer when prompted to complete the update.
      caution:
    Do not shut down or restart the computer until the update process completes.
For more information, go to Updating the BIOS.

Step 3: Setting the BIOS for configuring RAID 1

To configure RAID 1 on your system, first adjust the BIOS settings.
  1. Turn on the computer. If it is already on, restart it.
  2. When the computer turns on, before Windows opens, press the F10 key repeatedly.
    The BIOS opens.
  3. Select the Advanced tab, and then click System Options.
    Advanced tab with System Options selected
  4. Under System Options, select Configure Storage Controller for RAID and POST Prompt for RAID Configuration.
    System options with the two items selected
  5. Select the Main tab, and then click Save Changes and Exit.
    Main tab with Save Changes and Exit selected
  6. When asked if you want to save changes, click Yes.

Step 4: Creating a RAID 1 volume

Create a RAID 1 volume using steps for Windows 10 or Windows 7 depending on your operating system.

hp-feedback-input-portlet

Actions
Loading...

hp-feedback-banner-portlet

Actions
Loading...

hp-country-locator-portlet

Actions
Loading...
Country/Region: Flag India

hp-detect-load-my-device-portlet

Actions
Loading...