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I am getting the following AMD RAID Xpert message, BSL accessed on disk (Port number 1, Target ID 1) at LBA 0x04fade9. What is this and how do I fix it?
Using AMD's RAIDXpert, I added two new 1TB drives to an existing RAID 5 array. The existing array already held data. After migrating the new drives (assuming this would allow me to save my preexisting data) and restarting my computer, I am asked to reformat the array. I would really like to recover...