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  1. Damn. I had tried a few different things since I posted, and had kinda figured that might be the case. Anywho, thanks Cjoe
  2. I'm pretty sure it was on a Nvidia Raid before. I actually had two raids going on my old Asus A8N-SLI Premium. The one was on the Silicon(i think) raid and the other was on the Nvidia. I'm about 90% sure this was the one on the Nvidia. I installed the nf Raid drivers during the Windows install. Do I need to install any once in Windows? I used the same settings in the bios that were in the instructional walkthrough that Angry posted. Do I need to set an option so that the raid is non-bootable? I wasn't sure, as he was booting off the raid that he set up in the walkthrough. Cjoe, it's not my boot drive, just the drive I store everything on. I can't see any of the data. Both drives should have everything on them if I'm not mistaken, but if there is a way to check without too much hassle I would like to do that before I remirror them. I did rebuild the array once in Nvidia Raid bios, but it didn't give me an option for a source drive as far as I could tell.
  3. I had my Asus Mobo and some Crucial Ram kick the bucket when I had a fan get too hot and short some things out (at least I'm guessing thats what happened). I purchased a DFI LanpartyUT nF4 SLI-D and RMA'd the ram. Now that I have everything back, I'm having problems getting my Raid 1 re-set up correctly. There was data on the Raid before, data that I can't stand to lose because it has everything for school and work on it. Everything works until I get into Windows. I find a new volume in Disk Management, initialize it as a simple volume, set a drive letter, etc. However, it asks me to format the volume, even though I know I already have data on it. Is there any way I can set the Raid back up the way it was before or rebuild it? I really don't want to have to reformat and lose everything.
  4. I had my Asus Mobo and some Crucial Ram kick the bucket when I had a fan get too hot and short some things out (at least I'm guessing thats what happened). I purchased a DFI LanpartyUT nF4 SLI-D and RMA'd the ram. Now that I have everything back, I'm having problems getting my Raid 1 re-set up correctly I think. There was data on the Raid before, data that I can't stand to lose because it has all everything for school and work on it. Everything works until I get into Windows. I find a new volume in Disk Management, initialize it as a simple volume, set a drive letter, etc. However, it asks me to format the volume, even though I know I already have data on it. Is there any way I can set the Raid back up the way it was before or rebuild it? I really don't want to have to reformat and lose everything.
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