Originally Posted by tr8rjohnk;15307178
You can use the Event Viewer built into windows. Here is a good resource:Here
EDIT: Its sounding more and more like you had a loose cable.
It could be a loose cable. I didn't touch my cables to fix them nor were they touched to cause an issue, but the fans might have done it.
This is why RAID 0 is a bad idea. With so that many variables single point of failure is quite risky. Yes I know that Raid 0 increases performance, but not by much and HDD read/write speed is really not a big part of user experience. all it really does for you is make windows boot faster and loads larges application slightly faster. Doing a nested RAID 0+1 or RAID 5 is safer and provides the same performance as RAID 0, though requires more disks.
I only have two disks in my array. I have one for backup and the other two are for mass storage.