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Repairing Windows installation that can't boot

RAID0 Striping In RAID0 arrays data is striped. This means that data is split across the drives and reading/writing is a lot faster because all the drives are used in parallel. Data It also means that ...
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Repairing Windows installation that can't boot

Your laptop is beyond the point where trying to repair the OS makes sense. Obtain a >=500GB external USB drive, boot up your live system, and backup your files off the borked laptop. When the ...
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SATA configuration in the BIOS where its set to RAID is not directly relevant to a supposed RAID configuration of your SSDs. If you can see the data in C: which should have the Windows Folders and D: ...
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Please invest a little bit more into a better case description. There are thousands of laptops around and you can't expect others to know that the computer model you are mentionning is one. Instead of ...
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This sounds like an UEFI/BIOS config problem. If you see all your files on both C: and D: then you must have been in RAID1, not RAID0. The BIOS/UEFI config should reflect this. I suspect the CMOS was ...
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