Workstation had RAID 1 C: drive and RAID 5 D:drive
Drives were SSD
One of the C: drives failed and RAID was marked degraded
Replaced the C: drive with equal (but newer) SSD drive, same size
Boot up, when into CTRL - i and all drive listed as Non-RAID
Single C: drive will boot into Window 7
RSTe did not automatically rebuild the RAID 1
Is there a way to do this without losing the data?
Can I recover the RAID 5 through a utility
Prior to doing this I had created an image of both C and D drives
Thanks in advance for any help......
Thank you for replying back
Prior to sending this support request, I spent extensive amount of time looking on line and reading through various support articles. This situation caught me by surprise as I was expecting that once I replace the fault drive, the RAID would automatically rebuild and in fact the opposite happen the two volumes went to non-raid drives. I looked at article and i did not find it informative as the informat is general.. I did find the Intel Rapid Storage Technology enterprise (Intel RSTe) for Microsoft Windows Operating System Software User Guide Rev 1.5 March 2013. In the manual, section 2.5.7 indicates there is a feature that can Manually Invoked ReBuild but this requires software and I was not able to identify where to download the correct version
I should point out few more pieces of information
I will download the tool and generate a report for tomorrow