Problem Description: During Ubuntu installation, my 4TB RAID came up at the top of the list because one of the hard drive cords is put on the SATA0 Port. Ubuntu automatically put boot files into this RAID drive, which became a System drive, hence making files inaccessible. Can't access this RAID both in Windows and in Ubuntu.
1. In Windows OS, the RAID drive does not show up in My Computer, but appears in Disk Management.
2. In Disk Management, can't assign a Volume letter and make it appear in My Computer. Right clicking the RAID disk in Disk Management, only "Help" is available in the panel. Right clicking a normal disk (i.g. C: ), the panel has normal options: Open, Explore, Mark Partition as Active, Change Drive Letter and Paths, Shrink Volume, Properties, and Help.
3. In BIOS, the RAID is normal; data is not lost. In OS, Disk Management shows the RAID disk is 100% free.
Question: How may I access the data in RAID?
Just bought a 4tb external hard drive. Willing to delete or format RAID if data is first accessible.