|Windows 7 seems to think my hard drive is part of a raid.|
Some background...I replaced my motherboard the other day and stuck my 3 existing hard drives in. One holds the OS and the other two just hold data. Everything worked fine with my old motherboard. With my new motherboard, I see that one of the data drives didn't show up in My Computer. In Disk Management is shows up as unallocated / not initialized but there is stuff on it. Even weirder, the size of the disk is reported as twice what it should be. Weirder still, device manager reports it as Intel Raid 0 Volume!
Thinking back, I remember that this drive was probably used in a RAID with an identical drive. But I've long since reformatted the drive and have been using it as a single disk. It seems that plugging it into the new motherboard as somehow resurrected its former RAIDness. How is this even possible and how can I fix it?