I have this drive formatted as NTFS under Win 7 Ultimate 64bit. It has a single primary partition on it. It is connected to my computer via a USB 3.0 port (my motherboard is the Asus P8P67 Deluxe).
The drive seems to work fine and I have no issues when in Windows. However, if I RESTART windows, I get a boot up error essentially saying that I need to provide a boot drive - in other words, the system does not recognize my internal raid0 array that contains the system and boot partitions for Windows. This only happens when I RESTART. If I disconnect the USB drive from the computer, my system boots up normally. Also, if I choose to SHUTDOWN windows then power the computer on again, it boots up normally into Windows.
Anyone have an idea why this drive is hi-jacking my system on bootup during a restart?
By the way, I checked and double checked my EUFI boot order - even when I disable all other options and just leave my raid0 array as the only boot device, I still have this problem.