There is a computer with a raid1 (2 hdd 1tb, infa) and SSD (system, win7).
Recently, in the raid BIOS the error occurred near one of the drives error occured, i.e. broken sector or other problems. In the end, I left 1 drive, the RAID degraded, but it works.
The problem is that if you disable a working disk from the raid, the computer refuses to boot from the ssd even though the bios boot priority with him. Says no bootable device...
How to start the system without a disc?
P. S. it Is necessary to include a working raid1 drive as the system is loaded.
You MBR stands on Radovich disks most likely. need to pull all the RAID drives to boot from the installation disc or USB flash drive and restore the MBR via the console
And if you choose the SSD directly via F8?
Honestly, I don't know what MBR will look in the Internet, thanks.
While SSDS have already chosen via F11 (I have both..), it makes no sense, the same.
And how not to repeat the mistake of the MBR in the future, put Windows without RAID?