It says SCSI disk device. I do not think it said that before. I think it used to say AHCI.
My motherboard is an Asus M4A89TD Pro USB3 board, and I've been trying to see if that's SCSI, and I don't think it is. I'm looking at all of the available driver downloads on Asus and NONE of them say SCSI. All of them say AHCI/RAID.
I don't understand this. Why did my computer decide to change my disks out of the blue, if that's what happened. Judging by the evidence, I don't even think my mobo supports SCSI and if it does, there are no drivers for it, unless SCSI doesn't NEED drivers.
A little help with this issue would probably solve a future problem with my RAID array.
One other note-- I built an identical machine with identical specs for my boyfriend and his RAID driver also says SCSI and he has RAID 0. I could have sworn that before, the drivers on both machines said AHCI. Would updating my RAID drivers stop this from happening?