Raid disk failure notification Tags: Hard Drives NAS / RAID Windows Server 2008 Servers Storage Last response: May 21, 2009 2:41 PM in Storage Share skyjogger May 20, 2009 3:01:07 AM hi im running a raid 10 with 4 disks on a windows 2008 server and what i would like to know is there some way you can tell in windows whether one of the disks has failed? More about : raid disk failure notification | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove r_manic May 21, 2009 9:13:54 AM You can't check your motherboard's BIOS? It should be able to indicate any drives failing. | Report abuse howardp6 May 21, 2009 2:41:47 PM skyjogger said:hi im running a raid 10 with 4 disks on a windows 2008 server and what i would like to know is there some way you can tell in windows whether one of the disks has failed? If you are running Intel Matix Manager, it would indcate the disk failure. | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Storage>Raid disk failure notification> Related ressources: ForumUmm How To email failure notification on ICH8R !? ForumEmail Failure Notification ? ForumRAID Technologies guard against the disk failure . Justify the statement. ForumHow to get notified of HDD failure in Raid 1? ForumRAID configuration ForumAvoiding the Heartbreak of Notebook Hard Drive Failure ForumGA-X58A-UD3R rev 2 + SSD + RAID 1 (BSOD & Disk Boot Failure )) ForumWhat Happens if a drive in a RAID -1 Fails? ForumRaptor Failure ForumDns-323 recover from raid 0 disk failure ForumArticle mentions Maxtor high failure rate ForumEnabled Optimized Defaults now Intel Raid Manager lists no raid array ForumInstalling RAID 1 in BIOS or Windows7? ForumDisk boot failure ForumFirst SSD advice? ForumRaid set-up showing as two seperate drives ForumRemote on-off hard disk ForumPcb swap of maxtor disk? ForumQuestion on Disk Management and partitions ForumAdvice on optimizing Raid 5 SQL Server DAS More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !