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Configuring RAID made my Windows BSOD at startup

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I have an 80GB Sata Drive with Windows XP installed on it. I had 2 HDD's in RAID1 that I just converted to RAID0+1 as I just got 2 new drives. All the HDD's in RAID (Sata's 1-4 on MOBO) are identical. After creating the RAID volume, went into the BIOS to make sure my Windows HDD (Sata 5 on MOBO) was the first HDD to be booted from, it was. I restarted the computer, and right after the BIOS screen the Windows logo shows up for half a second and then it immediately blue screens. What could this be from?

EDIT: I just tried to do a Windows Repair and it froze with 13 minutes to go while "Registering Components." UGH!!
Edited by PuffinMyLye - 6/12/08 at 5:23pm
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you may have to try doing a repair again, but put the raid drivers on a floppy. When the windows setup prompts for third party drivers, hit F6 and load the raid drivers. If that doesn't do it, you may have to backup everything and do a fresh install.
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Crucial M4 Seagate ST3320620AS LG DVD burner Corsair H105 
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Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate Samsung SyncMaster 226BW Logitec Backlit Antec TruePower 750w Blue 
CaseMouse
Corsair 550D Logitech 
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Xeon E3 1230 Supermicro MBD-X9SCI-LN4-O Onboard Matrox G200eW Kingston KVR1333D3E9S/4G 
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