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post #1 of 2 Old 02-01-2011, 05:37 AM - Thread Starter
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So I just woke up, fired up my machine, and I noticed a big red FAILED when the raid controlled posted for my two data drive in RAID 0. Once it booted I checked, and sure enough the drive was not there anymore.

So I rebooted and planned on entering the raid configuration, but once I got to where the RAID controller posts it did not say FAILED any more. Then once I got to Windows my RAID was back. Should I worry about this, or was it just a fluke?

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Sometimes a small miscalculation on the part of the RAID Controller can cause a small malfunctioning in setting up the array. This can most probably be attributed towards your overclock. Even stable ones can do this, since your RAID controller is processed using your CPU(considering you have onboard RAID).

Don't think theres anything to worry about, if it starts happening frequently then perhaps you have something to think about.
Just to be sure, just check all your cables again.

Hope this helped.
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