Raid array Non Member Disk

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lqhnybear
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Joined: 07 Feb 2014, 08:45

Raid array Non Member Disk

#1 Post by lqhnybear » 07 Feb 2014, 08:53

I updated my motherboard drivers and it messed up my raid 0 array. It told me the first disk was a Non Member Disk.

I have 3 drives in the array. This is only a data drive and not the main drive for the system to boot from. I went into the raid configuration and set the disks to non raid then set all the back to raid as I've seen in several tutorials. I ran testdisk and it found the partition and I was able to see all my files when I pressed P. I wrote the data to disk as it said and when I reboot the raid array still isn't accessible in windows. It shows the drive but says I must format it.

I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong but I need help as I have 6TB of data on the array.

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lqhnybear
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Re: Raid array Non Member Disk

#2 Post by lqhnybear » 10 Feb 2014, 08:55

I've since found my issue and gotten everything working properly again. Thank you for this data saving program. :)

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