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Raid-0 Boot Drive Corruption

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So here's my latest problem. This happened with my last board, so I'm pretty sure it's one of my HDD's, but when I use my RAID-0 drive as a boot drive everything works for a little while and then steam crashes and itunes won't open and blah blah. So I ran chkdsk and that didn't find anything. Any help?
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Callisto Deluxe  WD Green 1TB Samsung H-50 w/ AP-14's push-pull 
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Windows 7 x64 Asus VH236H X2 Logitech G15 PC Power & Cooling 750W 
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i had a problem similar to this a while back, turned out it was my ram causing the problem. catch it early if so, my failing stick managed to make my raid completely inaccessible/unrecoverable.

I was told about this little gem by a friend of mine that does IT, has good mem-tests and hdd tests as well. Just need to burn it as an iso to a cd or dvd
http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/

hope this helps
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