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How to restore raid0 stripe array after biods reset

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mundo2Flag for United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland asked on
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Hi guys,

I have 4 x 250GB hard drives which are in a raid0 stripe array. I have accidently resetted my bios to default settings and now get the message "missing operating system" when I try to boot, presumably because it is only looking at one drive where the operating system isn't located.

How can I restore my raid0 stripe?  I am using Phoenix AwardBIOS.

There is a setting under Advanced>Onboard Device Configuration>NVRAID Configuration>RAID Enable which is currently disabled. It shows the 4 sata drives as disabled.
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