I have the RevoDrive X2 and it really flies. Clearly somehow your raid got broken and you ended up with four single drives, and ended up installing Windows on one of those drives. Reconstructing the rate is easy as insomniac42
has suggested, but I would suggest secure erasing the drives before reconstructing the raid drive to get the maximum benefit.
Couple of tips to ensure that your Revo drive runs smoothly and efficiently.
â€“maximize your OP. In other words when formatting the drive leave about 20 GB untouched. This extra unused space will pay dividends as you use your RevoDrive .
â€“ There is a new firmware version 1.32 available for the RevoDrive. Install this firmware before you install your OS to avoid potential issues.
â€“ If your system is overclocked, set your bios to defaults and your sata to AHCI in bios before setting up your raid and installing the firmware and finally the operating system.
â€“ don't forget that the raid will not pass trim to your drive and you have to depend on its garbage collection to maintain its performance.
If you need any specific help, please post.Edited by Snakeyeskm - 4/4/11 at 4:59pm