04-16-2018, 03:17 AM
Windows Tech Team
Hardware Tech Team
Join Date: Aug 2008
OS: Windows 10 | CentOS | Manjaro
Ok, a few questions:
- Was the order of the disks changed at any time ? Did you try to switch controllers or the disks
- Did you try to boot the system in the existing state into windows and run some kind of fix or did Windows attempt to fix on it's own ?
- Do you know how the disks were setup in terms of RAID ? Which disk was what ?
- Have you backed up the Disk images/Disk data elsewhere ?
A high level of what you would be doing, resetting the disks to non-members, run a partition recovery tool such as Testdisk, recover the partition table and then boot into the OS (if the table cannot be found, you have disk order issues, disk corruption)
Do not attempt the high level steps until you have answers on the above questions or you'll be running around in circles.