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rebuilding corrupt raid1 array

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I had my western digital 80gb hard drives set up with a Serillil2 sata raid adapter on my Intel IC7 mb on raid1 mirroring. The secondary drive corrupted and I tried buying a new western digital 80gb hard drive and replacing it. when I go into raid setup it shows my new disk as non-raid and won't let me create a new raid arrray. It says that there are not enought disks. I was going to delete the old raid array but it said I would lose all info on my main drive. How do I replace the corrupted raid disk and mirror the new one with my good main drive without losing all my info please?? <_<

Edited by imblessd, 26 June 2004 - 04:44 PM.

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