Issue with RAID 0 Array Failure

Posted on 2008-11-07
Last Modified: 2013-11-14
I have a Dell Server with 6 scsi disks. Somehow after adding the six disk it reconfigured the array from raid 5 to 0.  I took out the last disk amd tried to boot the server. IT now says the disk six has failed. I put it back in and it still says it has failed and will not let me boot. The disk is not bad since I did just removed it from the slot How can I get it running again?
Question by:fantnet
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    You need to go into the perc controller bios(ctrl+m) and force the drive online.

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