I think the reason it will not see any of your drives when you boot with rescue disk is because the raid drivers are not installed. Your best options IMHO are to either perform a new clean install of Windows on the raid drives, breaking the raid or install the raid drivers before trying to edit repair the boot files.
Have you considered breaking your raid and performing image backups. Personally I am not a fan of raid for the OS, especially if using software raid.
You can replace raid and have a better backup and image recovery system. Images in combination with regular data backups lets you recover from disk crashes easily. You also get full protection against user error, viruses, misbehaving software, file system corruption etc. RAID won't do any this and really the main benefit of a RAID is to allow a system to continue running when a disk fails.
Edited by dmccoy, 01 February 2018 - 04:20 PM.