I recently ran into a bit of trouble involving my Raid 0 Drives. I have three hard-drives with 2 500GB drives in a Raid 0 array. However after a restart, the computer showed this during start-up. Controller Bus#00, Device1F, Function#02: 06 Ports, 04 Devices Port-00: Hard Disk ------------------------- <Drive is controlled by the RAID BIOS> Port-01: Hard Disk ------------------------- <Drive is controlled by the RAID BIOS> Port-02: No Device Detected Port-03: CDROM, PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-216 Port-04: No Device Detected Port-05: No Device Detected Under the Intel Matrix Storage Manager, It listed my RAID 0 array as failed: Name Level Strip Size Status Bootable Volume0 RAID0(Stripe) 120KB 931.5GB Failed No and only listed two of my hard drives with green text. You can see it does detect my missing drive, but doesn't recognise it on Port-02. I checked the wiring and everyone works, except for the missing drive. After that, either the window logo loads OR it gets to the safe mode selection, resulting in a BSOD (0x0000007B - 0xF789E324,0xc0000034 -------------) I tried going around in the BIOS and tweaking the settings and I only managed to startup with my backup drive on IDE. However it still crashes on RAID mode even when I disconnected the other two drives. Whilst I know that a Raid 0 failure usually means all the data is unsalvageable, but this happened after someone tried to wreck my desktop by uninstalling a few drivers. This fits with the BSOD error code. I was considering deleting and recreating my Raid 0 array but it wouldn't solve the missing disk problem. I want to ask if the Raid 0 failure is due to one of the hard drives failing or corrupted or the result of the drivers being uninstalled. If so, is it possible to fix this? Luckily I use my laptop when I go around so most of my data is backed up. But it would be nice if I could get my hard drives working again. Thanks alot if you can help.