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Server 2008r2 ssd raid1 event id 129

I work for a small shop, and I love, love love SSD's, but I had a client that was on a budget, and i was forcing it i think.  Anyway, I put in 2x512 crucial ssd's in their server to spruce things up. I also wanted them to have a xeon cpu.  

To make it work, and in budget i used the onboard raid controller, and non-enterprise ssd's.  

Anyway, about ever 4-5 minutes they are getting the error:

Event ID 129, Reset to device, \Device\RaidPort0, was issued

 Any ideas as to what I can do to correct this?

Its server 2008 r2 64bit.   Thank you so much
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Aaron TomoskyTechnology ConsultantCommented:
How did you setup the raid? Intel irst?
zekeallmonAuthor Commented:
Just the onboard raid config tool.  It wasn't intel rst.
Tried setting Windows power option to high performance?
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zekeallmonAuthor Commented:
Yes that has been set since implementation
Aaron TomoskyTechnology ConsultantCommented:
Well it's probably the drive or cable on raid port 0. are you doing a raid 1? If so let windows handle that instead of the onboard.
Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
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