Originally Posted by Sheira
Both drives are showing in BIOS, when disabled RAID.
Ok, now see if there's a part of the BIOS for SATA settings. Mine are in the onboard settings.
I know mine's an Nvidia board, but I have to open a SATA menu and tell the BIOS which SATA sockets to be used as RAID (currently, mines 3 and 4) then I'd ahve to enter the RAID BIOS to set up an array.
Fortunately, your array is already set up, so you won't need to do that.
But, I'm 100% confident you've just not told the BIOS which SATA sockets to use for RAID. Which would explain the RAID BIOS giving the failed status. This happens every single time I reset my CMOS after a bad overclocking attempt. resetting the CMOS is similar to the BIOS defaults in that it clears all my previous settings.
I think you should count yourself lucky both drives are visible, too! That's always a good sign!Edited by Kryten - 8/1/09 at 3:02pm