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Windows 10 broke my NVME RAID 0 array

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As anyone can see I have a TR4 build I had a WIndows update this weekend. I just noticed this week that my NVME RAID solution is not running properly. I have a couple of Steam games on the drive(s) and when I tried to load Grim Dawn the mouse wheel just kept spinning. I tried to move the game to a different drive and I got an i/O error. I restarted the computer and went into the drive to launch Grim Dawn from the game folder. The game launched and played fine for a couple of hours. After that I ran a Cyrstal Disk mark run on the drive and the sequential read was 1771 mb/s and the writes were 1100 mb/s. The RAID 0 array is 2 Adata Sx8200 PRO 512GB drives so I am used to seeing 6000 mb/s for reads and 5500 mb/s for writes. Does anyone know if there has been a hotfix issued by WIndows for this problem?
 
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windows 1903 has a known issue with amd raid drivers, you need to update the raid driver to the latest fixed version.
Otherwise, i would update bios and AGESA to latest release as well. Also, do install the latest chipset drivers in an "overwrite all" fashion.
 
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windows 1903 has a known issue with amd raid drivers, you need to update the raid driver to the latest fixed version.
Otherwise, i would update bios and AGESA to latest release as well. Also, do install the latest chipset drivers in an "overwrite all" fashion.

Thanks for the response. I do have a Store MI array. When I update the RAID drivers do you think that could that potentially break my array? Unfortunately there has not been a BIOS update for my board so I will try to update the RAID drivers and chipset drivers when I get home today.
 

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Thanks for the response. I do have a Store MI array. When I update the RAID drivers do you think that could that potentially break my array? Unfortunately there has not been a BIOS update for my board so I will try to update the RAID drivers and chipset drivers when I get home today.
I have been wondering have you found out a solution for your problem. I have a Ryzen PC with a StoreMi array and the new 1903 Win 10 update just doesnt agree with it. The boot time went up from 20 seconds to 3 minutes and I'm getting BSOD's constantly (various ones).
Have you tried updating Raid drivers and did it help ? (I dont even know if StoreMI uses Raid drivers). There is a beta Bios update for my board but i would rather not install a beta bios in fear of disstablilizing my system.
I had to roll back my system to the previous version of Win 10 but I'm still eager to sort this out ...
 
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