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Raid0 array no longer working after windows crash

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June 10, 2012 12:53:17 AM

Hello, while I was gaming yesterday, my PC unexpectedly shutdown (wasn't a BSOD). After restarting my PC, I noticed it was working on installing drivers for all my hard drives. It is very odd because I know all my drivers were up to date. But after that I noticed that my raid0 array was no longer showing up. The setup of the raid is 2 sata2 ssd 30gb. In my raid manager during start up, 1 shows up as a non-raid disk, as the other is member or non-member disk (cant remember which of the 2).

How do I fix this? And what the heck caused this to happen? I wasn't even using the SSDs at the moment of the crash
June 10, 2012 1:16:50 AM

Sounds like a drive failure to me, hope you got your data backed up somewhere since that thing sounds toast. SSD's fail quicker than HDD's do sometimes.
June 10, 2012 4:10:02 AM

Is there any way for me to check for this before I throw in the towel?

Thanks for the help btw!
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June 10, 2012 4:30:58 AM

Disconnect all drives, clear the CMOS on your motherboard, reconnect your drives.
If you still have a non-RAID disk, the disk is probably dead.