3 Replies Latest reply on Oct 13, 2015 7:01 AM by Janagewen

    Installed RST (not new drivers, had RAID already)  Now boot drive not accessible




      This PC went from Windows 7 to 8 to 8.1 to 10.


      I had RAID configured in the rom controller from the very beginning.  It only has one drive right now, but it showed in bios display as "Non-Raid Device".


      I added two raid disks that had failed on another system.  I needed to add the windows software to diagnose the new drives.  I installed RST without installing the optional driver upgrade.


      Now windows starts to boot and goes to the repair utilities and cannot find windows 10.


      Do I need to add the new RAID driver to the boot drive?  If so HOW?


      FYI: the 2 extra disks have been removed and repaired elsewhere.