Re: RAID 0 failure with Gigabyte x58A-UD3R
What may had happened is if both arrays were present, the boot partition may had been on the second array (platter drives) I've see this happen before. usually to fix that, use the windows installation DVD to repair the installation with just the SSD array present. That should fix it.
Don't touch the SSD array, leave it as-is and try repairing windows.
to better protect yourself with platter drives if you need all that space (I'm assuming you needed a 4TB partition), I'd get another 2 drives and set them up for RAID10, your board supports it, that would populate all 6 blue ports and guarantee's full fault tolerance. issue with green/blue/red drives is their built in power saver inhibits the drives rom spooling up quickly (together) and then the raid controller will think there is an issue with the drives. you being in RAID0 minimizes this, you would see issues in a RAID1 especially in a RAID5.
Try that and let us know.
OS = Win7 64 Bit
CPU = i7-920 @ 3.5Ghz 168x21 cooled ba a Corsair H100
Mem = 6GB 2000Mhz Kingston HyperX running at 2044Mhz @ 9-10-9-27-1T
MB = Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD5 v1.0 with F6 Bios - Dead Board
MB = EVGA X58 Classified3
GPU = 2x EVGA 580GTX 1.5GB in SLI
HD = 3x Intel 40GB X25-V in Raid 0 (580MB Read/140MB Write)
Storage = 500 GB WD
PSU = Corwair TX950W
Case = Cooler Master HAF-X 945
HTPC / Home Server
OS = Win7 64Bit running XBMC HTPC Front end with Windows Server 2011 Virtual Machine with 8GB ram assigned for homer server with exchange
CPU = AMD 1090T
Mem = 16GB 1600Mhz Kingston RED Limited Edition running at 1600Mhz
MB = Gigabyte 790FXTA-UD5
GPU- EVGA GT210
HD = too many to count, but about 5TB of storage all together including backup
PSU = Corsair TX750
Case = Too embarrassed to mention.
Benching MB's... Asus P5Q and Gigabyte 890FXA-UD7... too many CPU's and RAM sticks to list. :)