Solved [RAID] Windows Controlled RAID and Reformatting Tags: NAS / RAID Configuration Hard Drives Windows 7 Storage Last response: July 23, 2012 12:55 AM in Storage Share S0uthb0und July 22, 2012 11:30:57 PM Hi Guys, In my current setup I've got C: as dedicated OS (WIN 7) and D: as a Windows Controlled RAID 0 over 4 hard drives. My question is, if I reformat C: and reinstall Windows 7 will I loose my RAID configuration and all of the data on it, or can the RAID settings be imported? The RAID was set up under Disc Management. Thanks in advance. More about : raid windows controlled raid reformatting Best solution nhasian a b $ Windows 7 a b G Storage July 23, 2012 12:25:29 AM you will not lose your raid configuration. Share S0uthb0und July 23, 2012 12:55:43 AM Best answer selected by S0uthb0und. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedRAID 2+0 to 2+1 without reformatting? Forum SolvedAsus M5A97 R2.0 Raid Controller Error on Installing Windows 7 Forum Adding a new hard drive and reformatting into raid Forum SolvedReformatting former RAID 1 HDD Forum SolvedRaid controller for Windows 7 Forum Reformatting of RAID 0 partition Forum Raid 5 terrible write speeds with ICH10R controller in windows 8 Forum Will reformatting OS Hardrive affect secondary RAID0? Forum Reformatting while connected to RAID Forum How do i remove a raid controller in windows bios Forum Moving Windows to a Different Harddrive WITHOUT RAID Controller Forum Installing windows 7 on the PCI to SATA RAID controller Forum Intel RAID Controller 16 Port (SRCSASPH16i) Windows 7 Support Forum SCSI/RAID CONTROLLER update for windows xp DL Forum Http://www tomshardware com/forum/252346-32-windows-raid-controller-card Forum Need HPT374 UDMA/ATA133 RAID Controller driver for Windows 7 Forum Windows 7 BSOD when PCH SATA Control Mode set to RAID(XHD) Forum Controller RAID and problem with boot windows xp from cd rom Forum Rocket Raid controller 1640 Windows server 2008 Forum Windows 7 - Raid 1 Controller Card Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !