Thank you for contacting the Intel community.
It will be my pleasure to help you with this today.
First thing I recommend you to do is to back up all the information you need to avoid lose of data.
The reason why you only have access now to 118GB is because according with the picture you posted a recovery volume was created and it utilizes RAID 1 (mirroring), we will need to undo this raid volume for you to have access to the whole capacity of the disk.
On the Intel® Rapid Storage Technology, click the change mode and see if there is an option to undo this changes.
Usually you will see an option that it says Reset Disks to Non-RAID, if there is nothing there to undo the recovery volume, try from the access recovery disk files and see if you can undo from there.
If you are not sure what to do when you click those options mentioned above, please post pictures of it to better understand what you see there.
Hello people ,
I have also the same problem. However I don't find the reset disk thing and it was my first day to use the laptop , so I don't have a recovery point
what is the best solution for that problem.
Do a resetting for the whole pc and reinstalling windows could make a solution??
First of all, back up all your information before doing anything on your system.
In this case, restart your system, press < Ctrl >< I > when prompted to enter the Intel RAID Option ROM utility.
Use the up- and down-arrow keys to highlight Reset Disks to Non-RAID and press. < ENTER >
Use the up- and down-arrow keys to highlight the RAID volume to be reset and press < SPACE >. to select the disk(s).
Press < ENTER > to complete the selection.
Press < Y > to confirm the reset.