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UQure
Beginner
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I accidentally created a RAID volume with HDD and SDD

It is a repeat question that is:

I have an Acer Predator and due to the numerous pop ups from the Intel's Rapid Storage Technology on my desktop I ended up "upgrading" my disks into a RAID volume which now I regret deeply

Afterwards I used Acer's RAID_Tool to separate the volume back to C:(SDD) and D:(HDD) and now D: is a clone of C:

Is there a way to take the disks back to its original condition?

Secondly, my PC has been crashing resulting into frequent blue screens with error code Memory Management Internal.

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AlHill
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You do have a backup of your data, correct?

 

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UQure
Beginner
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Yes, I can have it.

 

Thanks.

AlHill
Super User
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Then, I would wipe out everything, and start with a clean install. I would not use raid if it was not necessary.

 

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