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Please try these steps:
-At POST, use CTRL-I to enter the RST BIOS Extension.
-Mark the drive as "Non-RAID".
-Reboot your system.
Keep in mind the following information:
-Back up your data if needed.
-You may need to contact your system manufacturer if you are not able to go into the BIOS settings using this command.
Please let me know of the outcome.
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In this case, as shared before, in order to get the issue fixed without losing any data (since the system created a recovery partition), you will need to reset your drives to Non-Raid .
You will need to enter RAID BIOS to reset the driver, you may need to check with your computer manufacturer and look for instructions on this matter since most of the Acer* computers on the market are locked for this feature.
Here’s Acer’s* support link:
I hope this helps.
I just want to ask if the developers are making a way in future updates to disable this volume creation thing. It is weird that you can easily make it but very very hard to undo. It feels like a trap for new laptop owners. If they are making a way in future updates I might as well wait for it rather than opening my laptop and risking it from any defects.
Thank you for your response.
We totally understand your feedback.
I will send a report about your feedback to the team in charge so they can review it, even if we do not have any estimated time of response from them, I will make sure that your ticket will be reviewed and considered on future updates of the software.
At the moment our best recommendation at the moment is to contact your OEM so they can provide you with further assistance on this matter.
I hope this helps.
We just wanted to double check if you still need further assistance.
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Were you able to contact your OEM?