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  • 2006-06-07: added new model: Portege M400-S4032
  • 2006-05-20: added list of models which support TSRAID and updated thread with new text and link to most recent TS RAID driver v1.3.8.0 which is recommended by Toshiba as it fixes data loss at certain circumstances
  • 2006-03-18: removed my attachments and directly linked to TOSHiBA site for most recent version (Utility v1.3.2.30 & Driver v1.02.0005)
  • 2005-09-09: Utility v1.2.0.25 & Driver v1.00.0023


TOSHiBA RAID Support is an TOSHiBA EasyGuard feature that uses RAID Level 1 technology to minimise downtime by protecting against data loss and ensuring quick data recovery.

Use the TOSHIBA RAID Console to create or manage a RAID array. It is possible to change to RAID1 (mirroring) from a non-RAID configuration. To change to RAID0 (striping), restore your pre-installed software using the Product Recovery DVD-ROM.Caution: When RAID0 or RAID1 is set, you cannot change your setting unless you completely restore your preinstalled software. It is strongly recommended to read the TOSHIBA RAID Help before you change any of the settings.

Brand new TOSHiBA software. Originally created for Portégé S100-112/115 & Quosmio G20.

Update: the following models feature TOSHiBA RAID

  • Portege S100-S113TD, S100-S213TD, S100-S1132, S100-S1133, new M400-S4032, M400-S933, M405-S8003
  • Qosmio G25-AV513, G35-AV650, G35-AV600
  • Tecra S3, S3-S411TD

It would be interesting to know if it's possible to install the Utility on other Laptop models. I had not the time get the .MSI file extraction to work, maybe someone succeeds here (using two 7K60s :) )

Update: I'm almost certain now, that you cannot install TS RAID as a software RAID as it is dependant on these (integrated) devices:

  • KR10I=PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2653&SUBSYS_0F001179
  • KR10I=PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_27C5&SUBSYS_0F001179
  • KR10N=PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2653&SUBSYS_0F101179
  • KR10N=PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_27C5&SUBSYS_0F101179




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