Switched to AHCI from RAID0, Recoverable?

Hi,

I had to restore my bios to optimal settings, but in doing so, I forgot to change back to RAID mode, and by default, my bios is in AHCI. So, I switched back to RAID mode, but the set of disks fail to run now in that mode.

Is there any way to recover this?
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  1. Ok, I think I figured it out. It says bootable now, but I've got the Blue screen on windows load up.
  2. I sincerely hope that you have backups. My usual reaction to a Windows that loads part-way but fails to complete is a repair install, booting from the distro, but in this case I would not - further writing to the damaged array may just cause more damage.

    Most cases that I have seen of booting with RAID drives taken out of RAID have been pretty hairy. Let me poke around for some of the better success stories...
    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/243688-32-failed-recover-raid
    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/281436-32-raid0-recovery

    Good luck! Tell us what works.
  3. Thanks for the reply... what I ended up doing was recovering the important stuff through software. Then, clean install. Decided I won't be doing RAID0 again.
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