Re: Intel Matrix Storage Manager - - Reset Disks to NON-RAID
Most likely, no. I hate being the bearer of bad news, but most likely you won't be able to save data once you break the array. Intel Matrix RAID like you used is software based, and once you break the array, the data goes poof.
Because your fortunately went with RAID 1 though, that's why I said "likely" and not "for sure". There is a chance that once you break the RAID set, that the original data drive should be still fine. To be honest though, I would back everything on it up and then try it. At least if it's all backed up, it won't matter if you lose the drive itself once the array is broken.
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