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MOdy0
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I suspect there is an answer to my problem somewhere in the forum but I cant find it. I will try to be brief. I need to delete a Raid0 and put a fresh install of W7 on a single drive. Can someone please briefly outline the process steps ? Thanks.

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I have a desktop with Raid0 [2 x 1tb drives]

Drives are NOT SSD.

No EUEFI.

All the hardware is good but my OS [w7] is totally corrupted and un-bootable.

In spite of endless hours 'troubleshooting' all I can get now is usual MS 'no operating system found'].

I want to split the Raid0 and reinstall on a single drive.

There is no data whatsoever that I need to keeep.

 

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MOdy0
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Thank you Santiago A but I have made some progress at my end.

I was checking my BIOS settings in detail and found that for some reason the setting for RAID had unexpectedly changed back to it's default.

Resetting to RAID meant that I could immediately boot successfully as before.

I have no idea how this could have happened as I dont remember setting the BIOS back to default settings..

As such I have decided to defer abandoning RAID 0 - for the time being at least.

Thank you again for your rapid response,

M

 

 

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Santiago_A_Intel
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Hello MOdy0, Thank you for contacting Intel® SSD support group. To help you further with your request, we will require from your side, the following information: Detailed system’s information • Motherboard model, brand/make • CPU type/model • Memory capacity installed • HDD Model, brand/make We will be looking forward for your reply. Best regards, Santiago A. Intel® Customer Support Technician Under Contract to Intel Corporation
MOdy0
Beginner
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Thank you Santiago A but I have made some progress at my end.

I was checking my BIOS settings in detail and found that for some reason the setting for RAID had unexpectedly changed back to it's default.

Resetting to RAID meant that I could immediately boot successfully as before.

I have no idea how this could have happened as I dont remember setting the BIOS back to default settings..

As such I have decided to defer abandoning RAID 0 - for the time being at least.

Thank you again for your rapid response,

M

 

 

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Santiago_A_Intel
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Hello MOdy0,

 

Thank you for prompt reply to Intel® SSD support group.

 

It’s great to hear you’ve made progress at your end.

 

Please let us know if we can offer any additional assistance.

 

Best regards,

 

Santiago A.

Intel® Customer Support Technician

Under Contract to Intel Corporation

Santiago_A_Intel
Employee
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Hi MOdy0, Thank you for contacting Intel® SSD Support. This is a friendly reminder your case remains open, awaiting for your reply. Please let us know if you might need further assistance. Have a nice day. Best regards, Santiago A. Intel® Customer Support Technician Under Contract to Intel Corporation
Santiago_A_Intel
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Hi MOdy0, Greetings from Intel® SSD Support. This is a friendly reminder your case remains open, awaiting for your reply. Please let us know if you might need further assistance. Have a nice day. Best regards, Santiago A. Intel® Customer Support Technician Under Contract to Intel Corporation
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