I am trying to install SQL Server 2012 (Developer Edition). It fails with message
Cannot use file 'D:\SQL\tempdb.mdf', because it is on a volume with sector size 8192. SQL Server supports a maximum sector size of 4096 bytes. Move the file to a volume with a compatible sector size.
But fsutil fsinfo ntfsinfo d: shows:
NTFS Volume Serial Number: 0x281643d216439fa4 NTFS Version: 3.1 LFS Version: 2.0 Number Sectors: 0x00000000e8d29fff Total Clusters: 0x000000003a34a7ff Free Clusters: 0x000000002a37c684 Total Reserved: 0x0000000000000000 Bytes Per Sector: 1024 Bytes Per Physical Sector: 4096 Bytes Per Cluster: 4096 Bytes Per FileRecord Segment: 1024 Clusters Per FileRecord Segment: 0 Mft Valid Data Length: 0x000000000a540000 Mft Start Lcn: 0x00000000000c0000 Mft2 Start Lcn: 0x0000000000000002 Mft Zone Start: 0x00000000000ca540 Mft Zone End: 0x00000000000cc820 RM Identifier: F3BAAB08-F2E7-11E2-804B-3C4A9279C348
D: drive is RAID 0 drive with total capacity of 4 TB made from two 2 TB disks. RAID controller is AMD RAID and its utility shows that disk's sector size is 1 KB:
Why SQL Server setup program thinks that disk sector size is 8K and what needs to be done to install SQL Server on this disk?