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Old 28-08-2009
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RAID 0, a volume is inaccessible

I have 2 WD HDD of 250 GB both at RAID 0. After rebooting the second HDD gets labeled as Non-Raid, so volumes on my second HDD are inaccessible. The volume can be recognized in bios, but i cannot see the volume in windows. Any help? please reply soon...
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Re: RAID 0, a volume is inaccessible

Looks like your second drive is broke and it's not much you can do. Thats the downside of RAID 0 arrays. Have you checkt the cables and such? Shutdown you PC , remove all the ports and re check those sata connections and right click the missing drive and re-enable it.
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Re: RAID 0, a volume is inaccessible

I faced this issue one, I had no access to the windows OS located on the Raid-0 drives, I screwed something up during my ubuntu installation, so I can't retrieve any data that way. And nothing help to me.
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Re: RAID 0, a volume is inaccessible

First make sure your HD is working fine? try it on someone else motherboard, ALso try with booting single drive first and troubleshoot it, or the best and expense solution is consult some hardware repair engineer. See this thread if it helps you Hard drive partition inaccessible
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