First in RAID 0 I doubt that it's possible to run 2x750s' as 1.5 TB. I guess it COULD happen, but I run a TB RAID 0 with 2 single TB HDDs. Since RAID 0 is set up to stripe a linear amount of information between the two drives it should be equal in storage. Meaning you should not be able to go over 750 Gigs.
Second, I think that his has ended up like mine. Changed something on the setup and when that happened RAID controller doesn't identify with the change, drops out and now the system is waiting to be turned back to it's previous setting before RAID controller identifies and allows bootup.
My issue is PSU. System knows that my PSU is 850w. I tried to power up with a 500w and can't get it to boot at all because the RAID command isn't "there". Even though I'm pretty sure it is. So when my 850 returns then I'll sort it out.
I think that it's too late for him though. Because he reset CMOS returning the Board to minimum parameters. I would check the storage configuration to see if it's still under RAID 1-4 and IDE 5 & 6. If it is I bet that's the problem.
Just reset RAID to IDE settings and try that if it hasn't been done already.
Originally Posted by Phobos223
Dude, did you try nixing the RAID, flipping one SATA to IDE mode and trying on a single drive?