When disabled , write cache is not used on the disk drive. Also, when the log is full, new events overwrite old events. The Disk Utilities view displays the following information:. Both options take less time than the secure erase option, but might not offer enough security for highly sensitive information. Back up all data from your disk drive before you initialize it. When enabled, NCQ is enabled. Note –When the alarm is turned off disabled , it automatically turns back on after a reboot.

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Only disk drives that can be used in a new array are available for selection.

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From the Manage Arrays menu, do any of the following:. Use the arrow keys, Enter, Esc, and other keys on your keyboard to navigate through the utility menus. The BIOS-based event log records all firmware events, such as configuration changes, array creation, and boot activity.

Displaying the disk drives adds a few seconds to the overall POST time. Caution – Do not initialize a disk drive that is part of an array.

Default hostfaid is Yes enabled. When disabled, the array must be adapptec manually.


When enabled, the alarm sounds. When enabledthe system can be adwptec from a bootable CD. The data transfer rate between the controller and devices.

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Select the Select utility and press Enter. Initializing a disk drive that is part of an array might make the array unusable. This is described in Parts I and II of this document. Select Controller Configuration from the main Select utility menu and change the settings listed in the following table.

Note – Default settings are shown in bold type.

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The secure erase stops and the ACU returns to its main window. The ARCU includes a tool for modifying the controller settings, and for modifying the disk drives connected to it. Formatting destroys all data on a disk drive.

Select Controller Log Information, then press Enter. Select Yes to exit, then press any key to restart your computer. Note –CDs are not supported by aadaptec software.

See Chapter xdaptec for more information. To Start Using the Select Utility. Follow the onscreen instructions to create and manage arrays, and initialize, rescan, and erase disk drives. Note – New disk drives are low-level formatted at the factory and do not need to be low-level formatted again.


Set to No disabled only if the controller is connected to a device that does not support CRC Checking.

To View the Event Log. To return to the main ACU menu after the secure erase has started, press Esc. Caution – Before you format a disk drive, back up all data. Adaptec controllers support single-drive volumes that can be used for drives that are not part of a RAID array.

You can identify disk drives by viewing the list of disk drives on your system. When enabled, determines whether the controller verifies the accuracy of data transfer on the serial bus. Disabling the BIOS allows another controller to yostraid as a bootable device. Select the controller you want, then press Enter. When you have finished locating your disk drive, press any key to stop the blinking.