Go to Intel® Rapid Storage Technology Option ROM by pressing CTRL + I and reset those disks to non-RAID; there should not be data loss but a message may appear warning so. DO NOT CREATE the RAID volume in CTRL + I. Then go to the Intel® Rapid Storage Technology interface in Windows* and try again.
I recommend you to create a back-up of your files and then create the RAID.
This is the best option for you to follow.
You will keep your files safe and you will get the configuration desired.
RAIDs are delicate and it is good to configure them in the best possible scenario
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Thank you for your suggestion. I have since backed my data and recreated the raid 1 array. Finger cross if the array ever breaks again.
Thank you for your answer about this matter.
It is good to hear you were able to get that RAID configured again
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