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Windows 7: Raid array error, disk not accessible for check disk?

25 Mar 2016   #1
therick04pp

Win 7 Home Premium, 64bit.
 
 
Raid array error, disk not accessible for check disk?

Hi everyone.

Going crazy with this. So about 2 weeks ago, my "intel rapid storage technology" software gave me an error. I opened it and saw that one of the disks (2 disk array) in my Raid 0 array, had an error. I reset it back to normal and left it. Then I started to get pop ups saying that files were corrupt over the course of the next few days. My OS still worked and everything worked as usual, except my sound card. I have no more sound from anything plugged into the jacks, only USB connected audio works.

So, I attempted to run a check disk to fix said errors, but I get a message that the drive is not accessible due to a recent software package install "error 766f6c756d652e63 3f1". I went into my system restore and all restore points are gone, except one. When I click on it, it says the drive is not accessible.

Today, I installed 2 new 1TB hybrid drives in another Raid 0 volume (yes I know...but that's what I am using for now). When I went to write the system image, it said the disk had errors and to run a check disk first......which I can not.. I clicked ignore and let it go and write the system image with the errors. When it is done, do you think that I will be able to run a check disk on the new drives (2nd array, since it will not be inaccessible) to repair the errors that it wrote from the bad disk?

I am not sure where to go from here. My PC is still up and running and almost finished copying the image to the two new drives. My hopes are the old drive will not do a check disk due to physical errors. The new drives will not have physical errors so I am hoping that I will be able to run it when the image is complete. Once it is complete, can I take out the 2 old disks and permanently install the 2 new drives in their place without issues?

EDIT** when the image write was almost finished, it said it failed as (H000303x or something like that) was not accessible...but the drive shows that it is as full as my other array??

Thanks for any help.. I am going crazy trying to do this on my own.


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28 Mar 2016   #2
therick04pp

Win 7 Home Premium, 64bit.
 
 

Thanks for the help everyone!!

Acronis had me back up in about an hour.
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