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I inadvertantly reset one HD in a raid0 to non-raid....i need to change it back so I don't lose everything.....should i get a

Oops ...tried to reset SSD and reset the wrong drive
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  1. What do you mean reset?
  2. in the Intel rapid storage bios there is an option to reset a drive from raid to non-raid
  3. getochkn said:
    What do you mean reset?
  4. I guess it is change option to make the drive non-raid ...so to determine a reset....I guess I'm not sure exactly what is being reset other than the drive status in the array
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    gwhelo said:
    I guess it is change option to make the drive non-raid ...so to determine a reset....I guess I'm not sure exactly what is being reset other than the drive status in the array


    File system/partition sector information will be modified. There's no way to safely just change the settings back to raid without some file system corruption.

    I would strongly recommend making a clone/image of both drives and reconstructing the volume separately then set up the RAID again on the original drives and migrate the data back.
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