It might be annoying whenever any issue stops you from accessing the important files. Whenever you see the Disk Management utility, you may notice a lost RAID volume. Overall, you may just see an unformatted drive D:.
RAID stands for Redundant Array of Independent Disks and it is intended to consolidate different, affordable drives into one volume to get a much better experience. You shall get to know the method of solving the issue even by not giving up the integrity of the files. So have a look at this blog and fix the issue in no time.
The method of Recreating the RAID
To get started, go through the given below points carefully and follow the same properly.
- Firstly, you need to enter the BIOS set-up.
- Whenever you go into the BIOS settings, you need to use the arrow buttons for making a correct selection.
- Go through the given below steps:
- Firstly, tap on Advanced.
- Then, press on IDE Configuration.
- After that, press on the Configure SATA as
- Next, choose RAID.
- Then, save the changes that have been made by you. It can be done by tapping on the F10 button.
- After that, close the BIOS SETTINGS.
- Then, restart the computer.
- At the time of the boot process, put the combination of Control+I.
- Next, choose option3: ‘Reset Disks to Non-Raid by using your arrow keys.’
- Then, you require choosing the rest of the disk of the failed RAID group.
- As soon as you are done with the selection, tap on Y and Enter on the keyboard.
- Whenever you got both disks got a ‘Non-RAID Disk’ title, you shall start recreating the RAID configuration, which you might have removed.
- Next, select point 1: ‘Create Raid Volume.’
- Then, choose disks.
- Go for the same settings as the original RAID that you are wanting for recreating the new RAID volume. Note that you need storing the disks like the earlier order. Make sure the strip size is the same.
- Whenever you’re done putting the correct values, you shall be able to make the RAID by tapping on the Y button of your keyboard.
- Check that you can boot into the OS.
Congratulations! You have been able to ‘fix Incorrectly Reported Broken/Failed Intel RAID.’
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