[SOLVED] Dynamic volume failed after changing motherboards (Windows 10)?

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I changed my motherboard from a Gigabyte X570 Aorus Elite to an Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wifi) and suddenly Windows doesn't recognize my RAID 0 drives. The Windows Disk Management tool says the two drives failed or something. I tried to reactivate the volume but that doesn't do anything. Is there any option other than formatting the drives? The volume used to work fine before changing motherboards.
 

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  1. What specific drives are in this RAID 0?
  2. How was this RAID instantiated? Within Windows, or the motherboard/BIOS?
  3. Changing motherboards often/usually requires a fresh OS install. RAID or no RAID.
  4. You DO have a full recoverable backup of this data, right?
 

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