Hmm, alright. But, if that is the case, what did I do in the BIOS? I created a volume and gave it a name, you're saying I need to do it again in Windows? That won't conflict with what I did in the BIOS?
Did you try using Disk Manager to partition and format the drive, and did it work?
You need to set up the "RAID Volume" in the BIOS so that the operating system can see a logical disk it can use and the "BIOS" (oversimplification) knows how to direct reads and writes to the physical drives in the RAID set. But you still need to partition and format the resulting RAID volume before the OS can use it, just as you'd need to partition and format any other new disk before it can be used.