I know that RAID 0 does not include a redundant disk but will the controller or driver map around bad sectors on a disk? This is normally done by the disk itself and/or the OS but since SMART is disabled I'm not sure what happens. Will running chkdsk /R in Windows help?
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The onboard RAID controller does not map around bad sectors since this is performed through windows utility.
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