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I found solution, must degrade one member disk to NON-RAID member, then RAID is going to REBUILDING .. no data destroyed, I think only on RAID 1 this is possible
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Addenum: This RAID offline state going no only after BIOS flashing but after IDE state from RAID to NON RAID functionality too and backwards
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Originally Posted by Zero4549 View Post

Solved it a few hours ago. Was able to repair the array after carefully reading the whole guide thread over several times and making some wild-guess modifications to the procedure based on the issues people were having.

What I did, new/modified steps in green:
1) Booted into windows and uninstalled Intel Matrix / Intel Rapid Storage software!
2) Rebooted, Reset to non-raid (did not delete)
3) Build new raid identical to previous one.
4) Booted into windows and used TestDisk to analyze.
5) Quick Search with Testdisk returned no readable files/
6) Deeper search revealed the original RAID 10 partition after about 10 seconds (it continued for what would have been several hours afterwards, discovering error after error after error until I stopped it).
7) RAID 10 partition showed correct files, marked it as primary partition, wrote partition data to disk using testdisk
8) Rebooted
9) Re-established links within windows (and re-installed chrome... for whatever reason that and only that got corrupted in the process... and it wasn't even on the raid to begin with! I was on C! As soon as I reinstalled it, all the bookmarks, extensions, and settings were in place automatically. Whatever)

Note that my raid was my "d" drive and not my "c". I believe this is the key! The majority of users following this guide have had their RAID as their C drive and as such when they followed this guide, the intel software was not readable until the process was finished. For several users the method did not work due to intel software attempting to re-initialize the new raid therefore overwriting old data - these users logically had a separate C drive where the intel software was free to work while attempting this fix.

In other words, if your raid is NOT your C drive, you must first uninstall intel software to prevent erroneous re-initialization.

Anyway, thanks for your input mmiszkiel. +rep for responding helpfully even if it was a wee bit late wink.gif

A few years later, and you've saved me from a heart attack! I had the exact same thing happen with my RAID10 setup after a fresh Win10 install (on a separate SSD), and your walkthrough did the trick! Just wanted to say thanks so much! smile.gif
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Greets..


Just something I'm sure has been here but since the changes to the searching of the site I can no longer go back more than 5 pages and I've lost tons of info because I failed to bookmark or subscribe. Here is a new attempt at fixing this as I just lost and recovered my Intel RAID0 Array without loss of data.

Now I'm bookmarking as well subscribing to this thread so I never lose it and have to find this info again!


Cheers!


~Ictinike

Thank you for this post! Saved me a lot of time and headache thumb.gif

...and GOD bless you if ya believe in one! biggrin.gif
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I followed the 1st page & your reply, Testdisk found the partition and I've checked the files; everything seems ok!
When I click on "write partition structure to disk" and give the confirmation, it shows me that I have to reboot for the change to take effect, after I rebooted I found my disk in "my computer" but I can't access it, checked Testdisk again, can see all the files / folders in there, did the "write partition structure to disk" again, rebooted. same story

finally, ran testdisk as an admin & it solved my problem ))

just an FYI if anyone will need it in the future smile.gif
Edited by AlexAR89 - 12/5/15 at 5:23pm
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So I've followed the steps ( using hirens boot usb instead of a seperate windows install ) and am now at the testdisk interface. I can see the partitions and can see the files and folders when I inspect them. But all partitions are marked as deleted of course. Does anyone know what the typical win10 partition layout looks like ? I need to mark each partition as being primary, extended, logical or Primary bootable.

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Ok found out that under EFI, all partitions are Primary.
Went for it and Using MiniXP on the hirens boot stick, I can now see & copy all files to an external SSD. SUPERB.
I don't have any networking under XP so I'll use a linux environment to make another backup to my server.
After that I'll test if I can restore the boot using Win10 Recovery stick.

I'm just glad I saved my data. This could have been disastrous.
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This thread just saved my life, Windows 10 here. Thanks to OP and Zero on post 65 Thought I would chime in and add a slightly updated guide: 

 

  1. Booted into windows first thing and uninstalled Intel Matrix / Intel Rapid Storage software! Very important
  2. Rebooted, Reset to non-raid in Intel BIOS (did not delete)
  3. Build new raid identical to previous one. (Same name, same drive order, same everything)
  4. Booted into windows and used TestDisk to analyze.
  5. Create New Log File
  6. Selected the RAID array/disk
  7. Select EFI GPT, do not select Intel!
  8. Run quick search, if it finds nothing, run deep search
  9. The missing array should pop up very quickly for one or the other
  10. Mark as primary partition, wrote partition data to disk using testdisk
  11. Rebooted
  12. Should be good to go!


Like Zero, my disk was also disk D, and not my primary boot drive. 

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Hi guys, unfortunately i've this identical problem, but i don't remember the correct order of raid, tried to delete Intel Rapid storage, reboot, reset disk to non raid, recreate identical raid10 with same name, run testdisk from Windows.With deep search immediately found gpt partition, but i don't know if the hard disk was gpt partition, write partition to disk, reboot..but every time i start my pc , it starts with chkdisk to correct problem on partition....maybe the order is my problem, i'm desperate, i've to save data from there, and i really don't know how to do....it's a pc of my dear friends, and i lost everything...and i don't know why raid goes wrong, never do any operation on raid, only moved some data from C to D(Raid10 4X3TB)...any idea on how to help me and solve this huge problem?
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Got a similar issue and hopefully you think it s easy to fix.

- I have lost my 2 raid 0 drives, which were my booting drive for Windows.

It happened to me while I was plugging into my pc another drive to check his content and by mistake -while shut down, one of my data cable to 1 of my ssd raid 0 got unplugged.

Now after shutting down again and replugging it in, they don't show anymore in my raid config, but just as non-raid.

Will I erase them if I create them as raid 0 again through my bios setup? I'm still not willing to do that step as it says it will delete them.

I have now hooked up an extra HD to run Windows and run testdisk but I don't really like that since it changes my boot start, and it runs in IDE...

Here is my config:
Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe /Z77 chipset
2x Intel 520 Series SSD 240 GB

What do you suggest I should do a as my next step? !
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