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Please note that when having a RAID volume there is a chance the structure fails. In this case, it seems something happened when using the RAID and the structure failed causing this error.
If you have a raid 1 you can just set the disks to non raid and then boot the Operating System to get your data.
Hi Kevin, even with the failed drive the machine rebooted and worked - but was just slower and most (but not all) of the data was there. I suppose my key questions is what is the fix and can the "Error occurred" disk be made to work again.
When RAID configuration fails is due to an error on the RAID structure. Most times it is fixed by replacing the damaged HDD but sometimes it is necessary to save the information and recreate the volume again.