Not enough disk can be created RAID Tags: Hard Drives NAS / RAID MSI Storage Last response: January 23, 2011 1:39 PM in Storage Share gildayagi January 23, 2011 12:22:26 PM Hello, when i enter the raid setup utility i get this message. i have an MSI board (649) any ideas? More about : disk created raid MrLinux a b G Storage January 23, 2011 1:39:48 PM Any chance of a machine spec? Sounds like the machine is trying to create an array that requires more (physical) drives than you have available. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedPartitioning a RAID1 created in Disk Management under Windows 8 Forum RAID 5 volume can only be created in dynamic disk? Forum SolvedCreate System Image Failed - Not enough disk space Forum but, if i do not create RAID, only connect sata disk on SAS connectors, why i do not look in finder? maybe installing somethin Forum SolvedThere is no enough disk space while creating a new volume in extended partition Forum SolvedFiles are Missing from Newly created external HDD from Laptop Hard disk Forum Creating Raid1 without losing data on first hard disk Forum Create System Image Failed - Not enough disk space Forum SolvedCreated a second local disk, how can i delete it? Forum Creating disk images from RAID volumes Forum Downloaded Windows 8.1 never created an install disk now my boot sector's corrupt, any ideas? Forum Created a recovery disk on a flash drive Forum SolvedExternal HD: Disk Management Won't Recognize Long Enough to Reformat Forum SolvedWizard did not find any hard disks where a new volume can be created. Forum SolvedRAID 0 Array in BIOS vs Disk Management Forum 3 partitions created when trying to partition an external hard disk into 2 parti Forum SolvedHow to create Win 7 boot disk with external drive support Forum SolvedPCI-X Fast Enough for RAID 0 Forum I cant find any newly created hard disk drive in my laptop Forum SolvedExtra space on disk after RAID 5 Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !