I have submitted a bug report to AMD, referencing this thread.
Interestingly, I noticed that the device enumeration you're seeing from the driver seems to match what I see in the firmware POST screen...it lists the 5 SATA port drives, then the DVD drive, and then the 2 M.2 drives.
No, that's not too technical for me. I'm 100% sure the DVD drive is the problem and it's being treated as one of the 7 devices being reported. I've attached the new report and debug info with the DVD removed. It's better, but still wrong, as in all drives are being reported under one RAID...
I pulled this from the firmware config:
3 controllers listed:
0: AMD-RAID 00:01:00:01 VID 0x1022 DID 0x43BD
Segment:Bus: Device:Function 00:01:00:01
PCI ID: 1022:43BD:1b21:1062
Controller Physical Disk Count: 6
Total Physical Disk Count: 8
Array Count: 2
1: AMD-RAID 00:08:00:02 VID 0x1022 DID...
That's odd because the RAIDxpert2 software for managing the arrays shows everything correctly, per the attached screenshot. I guess it's getting it from somewhere else? Can you tell me from the debug info what driver is involved? AMD provides 3: rcraid, rccfg, rcbottom. Anything else I might...
I have an ASUS ROG Zenith Extreme (latest firmware rev. 2001) with 2 RAID arrays. One array is detected fine. It has 5 drives in a RAID 10 configuration (4 main drives and a hot spare). The second array is actually my boot drive. It has 2 M.2 SATA drives in RAID 1 configuration. In...