So did you test the memory?
Yes I did. I used memtest and memtest+ with no errors found.
I tried using SeaTools(seagate drives) and the long generic test failed and said something about bad sectors. It said if I ran SeaTools for DOS that it could fix this. I ran SeaTools for DOS and both the long and short test passed? I'm still confused about this. Anyways I tried formatting the drives to zeros but this caused the computer to freeze around 25% for the one and 55% completion for the other drive.
I went ahead and set up my RAID back up using the Windows hard drive tool instead of intel rapid storage tech. When I tried saving my windows backup to the RAID 1 it gave this blue screen:
I was able to write to the RAID 0 but I'm guessing I must not have hit the bad sectors?
I'm lost on what to do now.