Before you continue to use the Repair function of the Windows XP Setup, you may try to swap the data cables of your RAIDed hdd's. Maybe you have interchanged them while using your non-RAID SATA hdd.
After having done that, start the computer and wait, if you are able to boot into the Windows XP partition of your RAID array automaticly.
If this doesn't help, reinsert the data cables of the RAIDed hdd's into their original SATA ports.
Everything should be done with the following BIOS settings:
- RAID should be enabled.
- The RAID0 array has to be on the top position of the "HARD DISK BOOT PRIORITY" settings.
The RAID0 should be shown as "healthy" and bootable during the booting procedure..
Yes, you are right.
- I do not press F6 because drivers are in the CD, I'm right ?
Just edit "FIXMBR" (without the quotation marks) and hit the "Enter" key.
- I choose "Repair" in the menu,
- and after a short time, I come to black screen like DOS : "Recuperation console from Windows".
A sentence say : "The recuperation console gives system reparation and recuperation functions..."
And the cursor waits for me. But I don't know how it works...
I type "dir", but I see no folder, nothing, and typing "help" give me Help for DOS.
What can I do ?
For further informations you may look >here<.