When you do anything with the RAID, you can either re-configure it from within the BIOS (Control + I), or from inside the Windows.
The Old Matrix Storage has been replaced by the Rapid Storage Technology. You should see either of them. It starts as both a service and a startup app. Use the Matrix Storage or RST to re-configure the RAID...
My Menu options when I enter Ctrl + I at bootup are:
1. Create Raid Volume 3. Reset Disks to Non Raid
2. Delete Raid Volume 4. Recovery Volume Options
When in Windows, under All Programs, there is no Intel program. Where would I get that program to work with my system.
The OS is Windows Server 2008 R2 Foundation. (Works great -- I have NEVER had a problem with the System in over 5 Years.)
I simply shut down the system. Physically replaced one of the two disks in the raid.
When I rebooted I got the message in the bios:
""Degraded" volume and disk available for rebuilding detected. Selecting a disk initiates a rebuild. Rebuild completes in the operating system."
I pressed Enter to select the new disk, Pressed ESC to exit and it rebooted and operated as usual.
I checked a few days later and found that the new disk was now a member disk.
I replace the second original disk yesterday as I had done for the first one. It is rebuilding now.
It was a VERY simple procedure although I never believed it would be that simple until I actually did it.
Thanks, Red Sun for your help.