7 Replies Latest reply on Apr 11, 2016 1:30 PM by Intel Corporation

    Save the RAID by replacing the HD circuit board




      I have a 4 HDs RAID5 with 4 Terabytes each. One drive failed and was replaced with a new one. While rebuilding a second drive failed. Replacing that drive's circuit board (PCB) brought it back to life. When I boot the PC the BIOS won't recognize the fixed drive as member of the RAID just because it has a new serial number. Since the drive is fully functional and its data is preserved how can I tell the BIOS or Intel RST software to use the resurrected drive as part of the RAID?