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After rebooting my system the RAID array is no longer accessible and all of the disk are reported as Legacy(731)

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Question

How can I recover my RAID array if all of the HDD are reported as Legacy?

Answer

The only way to recover the RAID array is by following steps:

Step 1: Boot to Windows
Step 2: Log into the Web GUI Management utility
Step 3: Create a RAID array and select all of the HDD’s making from the original set of HDD’s.
Step 4: When you get to the Initialize the RAID array, choose “Keep Old Data” as the Initialization method. Once the RAID is created the RAID array should mount again on the Desktop and the data is accessible.

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FAQ0020 Published Apr 19th 2012
Author: Administrator
Keywords: Legacy, RAID no accessible


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