Disable rebuild intel matrix storage controller Tags: NAS / RAID Rebuild Storage Matrix Intel Controller Last response: March 8, 2011 2:45 AM in Storage Share Maikel1990 March 3, 2011 6:02:01 AM is it possible to disable rebuild in intel matrix storage controller More about : disable rebuild intel matrix storage controller rand_79 a b G Storage March 8, 2011 2:45:41 AM what is the problem and what version of the intel software are you using. maybe give us an idea of what you are trying to accomplish. disabling rebuild is bad.. knowing why its rebuilding and stopping that from being necessary is probably what you need to achieve. however from your 10 word question thats alot of guessing on my part. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumIntel Matrix Storage Console 8.9 Fails to rebuild array and trashes good drive. ForumIntel Matrix Storage Manager repeated volume degraded ForumRaid 1 + Intel Matrix Storage Manager not accesible ForumIntel matrix storage manager sometimes shows unknown disk ForumIntel Matrix Storage System Raid 0 and 5 question. ForumIntel Matrix Storage - degraded Raid10 - one HDD kicked out ForumAsus P5K Jmicron controller vs. Intel Matrix Sotrage Manager ForumRAID 10 FAIL w/ Intel Rapid Storage Technology ForumRebuild RAID 1 Disk after Failure ForumIntel Matrix storage failure by just unplugging the drive? ForumIntel matrix , ICH8/9/10. Mount an old volume. Forum[SOLVED] Intel Matrix RAID forgot drive, has 2 instances w same serial ForumMy computer is saying that there is a hard disk failure Forum[Solved] Would intel's new 510 series run on a Sata 3Gbps interface? Forum[Solved] RAID - optimal configuration for six disks with single controller ForumIntel announces 510 ssd's ForumSSD with Intel Atom Forum[Solved] Controller Card+DVDR? ForumStorage solution for 2.5 inch HDDs Forum[Solved] The 3-way foot race: Vertex3 / Intel 510 / Crucial M4 More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !