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Restoring the Master Drive to a Previous State (for Recovery Volume only)
When two hard drives are set to Recovery Volume in Update on Request mode, you can restore the master
drive data to the last backup state when needed. For example, in case the master drive detects a virus, you
can restore the recovery drive data to the master drive.
Step 1:
Select 4. Recovery Volume Options in the MAIN MENU
RECOVERY OPTIONS menu, select Enable Only Recovery Disk to show the recovery drive in the operat-
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Intel(R) Matrix Storage Manager option ROM v8.9.0.1023 PCH-D wRAID5
Copyright(C) 2003-09 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reversed.
Choose the RAID level:
RAID0: Stripes data (performance).
RAID1: Mirrors data (redundancy).
Recovery: Copies data between a master and a recovery disk.
RAID10: Mirrors data and stripes the mirror.
RAID5: Stripes data and parity.
[
hi]-select [ESC]-Previous Menu [ENTER]-Select
[ HELP ]
[ RECOVERY VOLUME OPTIONS ]
1. Enable Only Recovery Disk
2. Enable Only Master Disk
[ SELECT RECOVERY VOLUME ]
[hi]-Up/Down [SPACE]-Selects [ENTER]-Done
Name Level Capacity Status Bootable
Volume0 Recovery(OnReq) 111.7GB NeedsUpdate Yes
Select a Recovery volume to do the operation.
Step 2:
Enter the operating system, launch the Intel Matrix Storage Console from All Programs in the Start menu,
and select Advanced Mode. Right-click on the recovery volume and select Recover Data to Master.
Step 3:
To check the recovery status, right-click on the recovery volume and select Show Recovery Progress. When
a dialog box indicating that the recovery is completed appears, click OK to complete.
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