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Old 17th July 2011, 06:36 PM
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Fedora 15 Fake-RAID Intel Matrix Storage Problem

I have a motherbard ASUS P5B-Deluxe multiboot with Windows XP and Fedora 13 64 installed in a fakeRaid Intel Matrix Storage RAID 1 with 2 disks. Everything works fine.
I installed Fedora 15 64 in other partition, but after starting and shutdown Fedora 15, when I start Windows XP the RAID 1 is broken and the system begin the verification process (about 2 hours).

I think this is caused by the new systemd. Does anyone have an idea of how I can solve this?.
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