My computer had a pair of SATA drives that were setup as a RAID 0 array using the Intel Southbridge controller on the motherboard. They were the boot drive (XP Pro) and it worked great. The motherboard got zapped by a static shock and died. I purchased a new motherboard/processor (ECS RS400-A) with an ATI chipset that uses the Silicon Image SATA controller. When I intsalled the new motherboard I wanted to use the same drives. I installed them, set the BIOS to enable the array, and the hardware recognized the drives and the RAID 0 array but the computer would not boot from them. I have since installed a new IDE drive, loaded XP Pro and now I just want to get the data that is on the SATA RAID 0 array. When I use the Disk Management tool under XP, it recognized the array as one drive and I was able to assign a drive letter but XP says the drive is not formatted and has no file system (I know it is formatted to NTFS). Now it is asking me if I want to format the drive! Anyone know how to get at the data on the array???