Aurora R# Raid error upon startup

MAJ002

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I am receiving this screen error upon start-up:

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Then when it loads my desktop I immediately get a blue screen that says Technical information:

STOP: 0x0000050

I can startup in safe mode with out an issues.
 

SWAT_Glock

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Strange that you can start in Safe mode. I was thinking you may have a bad drive. I would disconnect the drive, boot the system, you will get an error of course since it is raid 0, shut down, reconnect the drive, and restart.

If that doesn't work...
Since safe mode loads only the basic drivers and it boots, perhaps try updating your raid drivers via command prompt.
 

MAJ002

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Thanks.

I tried the first suggestion and after restarting got the blue screen again. WP_20151231_15_03_04_Pro.jpg
 

MAJ002

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So now how do I go about updating my raid drivers in command prompt. Sorry if this is a dumb question just not something I've done before.
 

MAJ002

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windows 7. Was told that maybe upgrading to windows 10 could fix the issues as well?? As it may be an issue cause by kav. As I have Kaspersky.
 

SWAT_Glock

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Try this... switch the drives around and see if the error goes with the drive.
 

MAJ002

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Try this... switch the drives around and see if the error goes with the drive.

Yeah the error goes with it. Gets to the alienware welcome screen right before loading desktop and then blue screen pops up.
 

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This just happened out of the blue? You didn't install or update anything? I have a feeling it may be the drive if so.
 

MAJ002

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My drive failed so i bought a new 4TB drive but now im having issues with the being recognized as a 4TB drive. it only shows 1.63 TB .
 
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