Thank you for taking a look at my post.
Let me start by saying that the BIOS has the SATA configuration set to "RAID". I did not set the configuration, nor did I build the system. The system was acquired from the owner, and I am not able to obtain information from the owner, about the system. The only thing I was told was that the OS is made up of two drives, in RAID 0 configuration; and, the data drive is made up of two drives in RAID 0 configuration.
If I use the OS raid, as a basis for the rest of problem solving, I can say that OSForensics reports the OS volume as NTFS, and Intel rapid storage matrix is associated with the configuration. The striping is in the six-thousand range (I do not have the exact number in front of me at the moment).
As I mentioned before, each disk was imaged to an E01 format. Let me add that I used Tableau imager software 1.2.0 to create the E01. If I use EWFINFO against any of the images, EWF version 3 is returned.
With respect to the "data drive", OSForensics detects one volume for each of the E01s, when I load it into the software, to attempt a raid rebuild. I even tried loading each of the data drive E01s in different orders, to see if that makes a difference (silly though, but had to try it nevertheless).
I have to be VERY forensic with solving my issue. I have even attempted to use a boot disk (Paladin), to try imaging the data drive raid, after it is detected by the system as a raid volume. This hasn't worked either - unless I have to put all four disks (both sets of raid volumes), back into the computer, and boot up that way. Not sure if the motherboard needs all four disks to detect the data drive for what it is.
I am very close to trying X Ways on the off-chance it will allow me to configure the E01s to a successful raid rebuild.
I am keeping very close track of my steps to date.
Please let me know if you have any thoughts. I originally posted here, because I thought I may have to add something to Autopsy to detect the raid rebuild (or something of that nature).
Thanks again Hoyt.