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Which RAID controller cards have been certified to be compatible with the WD Raptor Serial ATA drive?

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Which RAID controller cards have been certified to be compatible with the WD Raptor Serial ATA drive?

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Western Digital and the manufacturers of the RAID controller cards below have certified compatibility between Raptor Serial ATA drives and their respective RAID controller products. • 3ware Escalade 8500 Series RAID (Redundant Array Independent Disks) controller cards • Intel RAID Controller SRCS14L SATA HBA (Host Bus Adapter) Why does my EIDE, Serial ATA (SATA), or SCSI drive make a repeated clicking sound or noise? Cause: • There are several possible causes for this problem. • Faulty data cable. • Incorrect BIOS settings (EIDE or Serial ATA drives in PC systems). • Incorrect configuration (SCSI drives). • Data corruption or the drive may be defective. • The power supply in the computer may not be able to power all the devices in your computer. Resolutions: Please see below for possible resolutions to each of the causes above: Solution 1: Turn off your computer system and disconnect the data cable to the drive that is making the noise. Do NOT remove the power cable. Turn your computer

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