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#1 ginsu0311

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Posted 18 February 2017 - 04:38 AM

Windows 10 encountered an error, blue screen of death with smiley face.

After reset I reach the aptio setup utility. I think that's the BIOS?

I have an msi gt72 6QE dominator pro G.

Inside the aptio setup, if I choose the advance tab, select intel® rapid storage tech, I see two things:

Raid volumes:
RAID0IMSVolume, RADIO(stripe) 238.5GB, failed.

Non-Raid Physical Disks:
SATA 0.3, HGST HTS721010A9E630
JR100X6P37T853, 931.5GB

If I select the raid volume, the only volume actions are delete.

Raid member disks:
SATA 0.0, TOSHIBA THNSNJ128G8NU 854S10XHTNJY, 119.2GB is shown if selected I see the disk action: Reset to non-RAID.

I cant get passed this aptio, I somehow got the legacy boot going and it showed failure for that same drive.

I'm not a pc expert but I suspect this is a hard drive failure? :(

I'm out of warranty. Can I get around this myself? Or do I need to take my laptop into s shop?

Any and all help is appreciated, thank you kindly :(

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