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Raid 0 bootable drive now listed as non Raid, help!

Hi there,

- I have lost my 2 raid 0 drives, which were my booting drive for Windows.

It happened to me while I was plugging into my pc another drive to check his content and by mistake -while shut down, one of my data cable to 1 of my ssd raid 0 got unplugged.

Now after shutting down and replugging it in, they don't show anymore in my raid config, but just as non-raid when starting up.

Disk 0 - INTEL SSDSC2CW240A \\.\PhysicalDrive0

Disk 2 - INTEL SSDSC2CW240A \\.\PhysicalDrive2

They show now in this order because I have now hooked up an extra HD (in IDE)to run Windows and testing disk programs.

Here is my config:

 

Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe /Z77 chipset

 

2x Intel 520 Series SSD 240 GB

What do you suggest I should do a as my next step so to make my ssd bookable again and run like before without having to delete them...? Troubleshooting I did before is to change the boot sequence, unplug cables to 1 of ssd...and so on but no matter what my disk always show as non raid...

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Gam,

It seems the raid was broken at the point it is now setup as regular single drives, meaning you will need to rebuild the raid. In this case since it is a raid 0, we can suggest to contact OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) in order to check if there is a way from the chipset, raid controller or BIOS for you to recover it.

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Gam,

We are following up this case, please let us know if there is any more information you require from us.

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Hi Nestor,

Contacted ASUS, they could not helped me.

Created a new array raid 0, deleting then my data and restarting from zero...

Not the solution I was looking for and not sure if there was a solution to my problem if my raid 0 configuration was lost...

Thanks anyway,

Best regards

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Gam,

When it comes to RAID 0 failure, the data will be lost almost for sure, instead of a RAID 1 where you can just switch one of the drives and then sync.

Not very glad to hear your information was lost, we suggest you to keep a back up daily in order to avoid these kind of situation in the future.

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