SSDs wont show up in Disk Management possibly due to Raid0. Do I need to delete the volume?

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One of my 4 SSDs failed under a Raid0 array i had configured using Aorus EZRaid. Now I just want the other 3 SSDs as a separate partition, but they do not show up in Disk Management. Do I need to delete this Raid0 volume that these 3 SSDs are attached to? If so, how can I? I tried using Intel Rapid Tech, but it won't detect that i have a raid array? I also can't find any settings under my bios. Thanks!
 

krzyimprt

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Well, obviously there is no possible way to recover raid0 since it splits the data across the drives. Make a new array with the 3 drives and start over.
 

krzyimprt

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I never used Aorus EZRaid. Is this a software raid that came with your motherboard? Why not just do a hardware raid?
 

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