CoXeY said:I'd run a disk diagnostics tool on the first western digital disk (port 0) as it appears to be this drive causing the problem.
It could be that the disks s.m.a.r.t. functionality is pre-warning you about a potential problem with the disk.
If it is the disk then it'll need replacing I'm afraid.
Durzel said:You'd have to back up everything you need and essentially reformat (or ghost the install). You can't replace a drive in a RAID 0 array without having to recreate it.