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Old raid 0 ssd bootdisk to new motherboard and computer need help please

Hello,

Hopefully i can explain this well enough. I want to take the two ssd's that were running in raid 0 out of a dead computer and transfer them into a new computer. They were used as the boot disk and have windows 10 on them. So now I have a new computer and want to install these ssd's into it and use them as they were used before without hopefully losing any of the data that is on them. The new computer has a Gigabyte GA-X99P-SLI in it and ive gotten to the point where i have physically hooked up the old ssd's and now have them combined into raid 0 in the bios by using the Intel Rapid Storage Technology menu. Now i want to use these for the boot drive but they don't show up on the boot list. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Also simple terminology is doubly appreciated. ;)

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    I am afraid that
    1) It's almost impossible to recover a RAID 0 volume on different controllers, and
    2) By combining them into RAID 0 you have already changed the information on them.

    I hope that you have backups.
  2. WyomingKnott said:
    I am afraid that
    1) It's almost impossible to recover a RAID 0 volume on different controllers, and
    2) By combining them into RAID 0 you have already changed the information on them.

    I hope that you have backups.


    Not what i was hoping to hear, but i accept it. Thanks
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