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Raid 0 is encrypted, please hit F1 to continue

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HP 8200 Elite SFF
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Hello,

I recently redid my Home PC.  I created Raid 0 within the bios and installed the OS.  The first time I rebooted, I got the warning from HP 8200 Bios that my drivers were encrypted in a Raid 0 configuration and to hit F1 to continue.   This works, but when I try to shutdown, the PC hangs.

 

The strange part is I had the exact Raid 0 configuration, with the same Crucial SSD drives before, without this issue.  I checked through the bios, but didn't see anything related to this error.  Being Stripped, I can't break the Raid 0 without loosing data.  I have made a backup to another drive.  I thought of now breaking the Raid 0, reformating the drives,  restoring the backup to the single drive and using Intel Matrix software to recreate the Raid 0.  I would use stripping plus parity, but the third port is only Sata 2, while the others are Sata 3 and with SSD I would think there would be a big difference in performance.

 

It took me a great deal of time to get the OS, the settings and all of my software installed and I would hate to start all over.

 

Thanks for your help!!

Mark

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