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As you may know, Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology does not offer any options to recover from failed RAID 0, RAID 5 or RAID 10 volumes. In this case the only option it provides is to delete the RAID and create a new one again from scratch.
One thing I have to mention on the steps you posted, is that they be referring to other type of RAID solution as Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology does not format drives, that is done by the operating system or any other related software.
What you could try at this point, under your own convenience, is to test some steps mentioned by other customer on this thread:
Thank you for the reply.I have one issue with the steps shown, I think I have found a solution but it is only shown done in a linux environment here: Create a TestDisk FreeDos LiveCD - CGSecurity , which I would install but do not want to deal with partitioning it next to windows. I need a way to put the test disk software on a live cd so I can do it without actually going into windows since the windows will not let me move without one of the raids I have set up. If you know how to do this in a windows enviornment I would be vary grateful.
You may test using the testdisk.iso and try to create a bootable USB with a software such as UNetBootin to see if it manages to use that iso to create a LiveCD in the USB drive.
Please be aware that we do not support any of the suggestions offered there. If you have further questions on this, you should check with the software developer or try using another kind of software