Written By Yousuf Hasan
Updated on June 5th, 2023
Raid Stands for Redundant Array Independent Disk which protects the data storage. But the working of Raid may interrupt anytime due to hard disk failure, power failure, and corruption. The known reason for Raid failure is due to hardware or software failure. Therefore Raid Failed after BIOS update error occurs. So here I will tell you the various techniques to fix this error.
The Raid information is stored in the BIOS system and when the user updates the BIOS system all the configurations and the default settings are affected by it. CMOS battery removal from motherboard also changes the BIOS default settings resulting in RAID Failure.
Now it is possible to fix RAID failure even after the BIOS update. I’ll discuss the various methods through which you will be able to recover data from the RAID memory.
Make sure that all your cables connected to the hard drives are in working condition and if there is any break in connection then immediately repair or replace it. Secondly, check whether CMOS is properly connected to the motherboard or not. In a low power voltage, the system doesn’t run smoothly. So, the power supply must be as per the required voltage by the computer.
I hope this fixes the RAID failed after BIOS update error. If not, then go to the next solution.
Note*- Don’t Format the drives.
If the drives are already formatted then first you have to recover those data and then create a New RAID volume. Later you can re-create RAID using Internal Matrix Storage Manager or Configuration Utility.
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The last option you are left with is using a RAID Recovery Software which recovers Raid-HDD and Raid VHD files. It can fix any kind of RAID error. You just have to connect the RAID Drives with the system and install the software on your PC. You can also connect the drive to the system using USB Cables.
The Reason for RAID corruption is uncertain. So you can fix RAID failed after BIOS update error either by manual techniques or by using a professional RAID Recovery software. It depends on the severity of corruption. If the corruption is severe then I would not recommend the manual ways because you might lose all data. Only minor corruption is fixed by using manual techniques.
If your data is crucial, then don’t take the risk of using manual ways. Always go for the RAID Repair tool. Rest, depend on the choice you make and the preference you give to your data. I hope you liked this article and grabbed much knowledge.
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