How to Rebuild RAID --- It's a RAID 10 Degraded Tags: NAS / RAID Rebuild How To Storage Last response: October 28, 2009 10:49 AM in Storage Share MrHendrix October 22, 2009 6:12:01 PM Hello. I have four disk's in raid (500 GB each one). Disk 1 RAID 0 Disk 2 RAID 0 Disk 3 RAID 1 Disk 4 RAID 1 The disk 4 appears like "Degraded" when I boot my system. I belive that I have to rebuild the RAID 1. I'm having troubles of performance. What I have to do ???? Thanks friends More about : rebuild raid raid degraded | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove evongugg October 23, 2009 12:32:37 PM Replace disk 4, then see your motherboard manual on how to rebuild the array. You can do it automatically through the bios or through the operating system. | Report abuse MrHendrix October 28, 2009 10:49:14 AM OK. I'll try it. Thanks Any software to do this in windows ? Intel Storage Manager ? | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Storage>How to Rebuild RAID --- It's a RAID 10 Degraded> Related ressources: ForumIntel Rapid Storage - problem with degraded raid ForumRAID 1 Degraded array questions ForumRAID suddenly split and degraded !! Forumdegraded RAID 1 array! ForumHow can I know if raid rebuild process finish ForumICH 10 R Raid 5 'failed' instead of ' degraded ' ForumIntel Matrix Storage - degraded Raid10 - one HDD kicked out ForumRebuild RAID 1 Disk after Failure ForumRAID 1, drive degraded ForumDegraded RAID 5, accidentally added boot drive to Rebuild ForumRaid 1 degraded error occurred(0) ForumUnplugged a hard drive, plugged it back in, RAID 1 array now degraded ? ForumRAID 10 failed ForumMy computer is saying that there is a hard disk failure ForumUpgrading Mobo (currently have RAID 0) Will i lose data? ForumHow to transfer data from pc to a pendrive ForumINTEL X25 G2 RAID 0...INSANE!!!! ForumWill I lose data on RAID if I upgrade my OS? ForumHow clean and safe is it when you reformat your hdd using windows vist ForumDell Studio XPS raid performance SUCKS? More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !