I found ctrl+i on post
Raid is Intel RST Option ROM 220.127.116.116
Under RAID Volumes:
ID Name Level Strip SIze Status
0 Volume xxx RAID1(mirror) N/A 931.5GB Normal
Under "Physical Devices:" line:
Samsung SSD 840 is a Non-Raid Disk
Toshiba Nu 1 1000 GB is a Member Disk
Toshiba Nu 2 1000 GB is a Member Disk
My choices on top are, 1 and 5 are not available?
2. Delete RAID Volume
3. Reset Disks to Non-RAID
4.Recovery Volume Options
I think just do Nu 3? Why not Nu 2?
So did nu 3 "Reset Disks to Non-Raid".
Windows 7 loaded from ssd. There was an windows id conflict in disk management but both 1000gB drives are showing.
I assume the two 1TB hard drives can be removed and used in another machine.
Can I go back and do another raid 1 with two 500 gb drives?
I must remember the warning to keep bios set at RAID, otherwise new OS install.
I am re-upgrading to Win 10. Any ideas about keeping RAID settings?
This message was posted on behalf of Intel Corporation
The id conflict might be expected since there was a RAID 1 configuration in there, to fix that you can try to format the hard drives, remember to back up the important information before you do any changes.
And yes, you can used the 1TB hard drives in another machine, yes, you can also go back and do another RAID with 2 500GB drives, yes, you need to keep the BIOS set to RAID for the new OS install, and if you are going to use Windows® 10, the following version of IRTS is the one you need:
Any further questions, please let me know.