I'm having an odd problem with the RAID on this device. Even though\nnow the arrays show Healthy, Windows still shows each of the drives\nseparately under Drive Management and My Computer.\n\nThe motherboard is Tyan S2865, and I have configured two SATA RAID-1\narrays in it. What happened was I noticed extra drives had appeared\nunder My Computer. When I looked at them, it seemed like they were the\n#2 drives of the RAID arrays.\n\nI went to the BIOS RAID setup, and I had three arrays listed. Two for\nadapter one, one for adapter two. The two adapter ones showed as\nDegraded, but the adapter two array showed Healthy status.\n\nSo I removed other one of the drives from adapter 1, and rejoined it\ninto the other adapter 1 array. And its status returned to Healthy. But\nstill, instead of two volumes, Windows sees four. And they're all\nindependent. If I put a file on one of the volumes, it won't get\nreplicated to its other array counterpart, and so on.\n\nAny advice?\n\nI think what I'll try next is taking out the #2 drives of each array,\nwiping the drives completely, then try to rejoin them to their\nrespective arrays.\n\nOr is this something I need to fix within Windows, as opposed to the\nBIOS RAID setup?