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If you need to replace an SSD7000 series controller, and would like keep the current RAID array or NVMe SSD configuration intact, please follow the procedure outlined below:
- Power down the system and remove the SSD7000 series controller from the PCIe slot
- Carefully disconnect each NVMe SSD from the SSD7000 series controller; take special care not to damage the NVMe SSD’s connectors (“golden fingers”).
- Carefully install each NVMe SSD into the replacement SSD7000 series controller.
- Boot the system – provided the SSD’s are functioning normally, the system should automatically recognize and mount the existing NVMe configurations.