Hi, The RAID 0 Array on a Dell System 9100 with hardware raid controller Intel Matrix Storage Manager option ROM v 18.104.22.1682 ICH7R. I can enter the RAID utility but there is no repair or rebuild option. The following info is shown at boot. Raid Volumes: ID Name Level Strip Size Status Bootable 0 Array Raid 0 (Stripe) 128 KB Failed No Physical Disks: Port Drive Model Serial Size Type/Status 0 WDC WD1600JS-75M 149.0GB Non Raid Disk 2 WDC WD1600JS-75M 149.0GB Member Disk When I press <CTRL+I> I get the option to: create an array or delete an array....there is no option to repair or rebuild. I came across the following suggestion. Please let me know if any of you thinks this will work: "I FIGURED IT OUT.... I searched google for over 6 hours and read a ****load of articles but NONE of them said you can fix a RAID 0 array if it got an error. Well I just fixed my RAID 0 array - you can only do this if both the hard discs in the raid 0 array work properly - which uses FastTrak raid controllerby rebuilding it. 1. First you gotta delete the array(it will ask u if u want to delete the bootsector, say NO because this will delete all the files from your harddiscs). Before deleting it make sure you write down the stripe number if you can't remember it in your head. 2. Then you have to reboot, and choose 'Define Array' option. Rebuilt the array using the same stripe number as the array you had before had. When it asks you if you want to format the drives say NO. 3. After rebuilding the array you have to reboot again and windows will start loading. Before you enter windows it will do a system error check to check for bad sectors etc. I did it and didn't get any bad sectors. When the system disc check is complete windows works just as it did before your array crashed! I hope this can help other people who have gotten/will get the same problem as I did. I've gotten this problem once already and lost over 100 gb of data because everyone said that I'm screwed, well they're wrong! My hardware was fine. It was the FastTrak controller that screws up when you touch/unplug a SATA cable." Your help as always is greatly appreciated. Thanks!