bluescreen after problems with RAID controller
old but important XP-PC with RAID 1, mainboard: Fujitsu D2778-D
After some troubleshooting with the graphics adapter, the 2 hard disks were not listed in the BIOS anymore and error messages "expansion ROM not initialized" and "mass storage controller error" were shown. Maybe this related to the RAID controller. I separated one of the disks. After that the remaining HDD was listed and Windows XP started but crashed with a bluescreen (disappeared too fast to read). I resetted BIOS to default (mode changed from RAID to AHCI) and started both HDDs separately. Same picture: WIndows start ends with a blue screen. My idea to resolve this:
1) Make a backup with Acronis True Image
2) Enable RAID mode again in the BIOS and set up RAID1 (Intel Matrix RAID) with one of the too disks, hoping that the RAID controller now works correctly again.
3) Copy the backup to this disk which is in RAID mode. Hope that Acronis 2020 is capable of restoring backup from non RAID to RAID for this old mainboard and that bluescreen does not occur and Windows starts correctly.
4) Rebuild the RAID array with the other disk.
Is this the right way? Or should I try to replace the motherboard or update the BIOS first? Thank you very much for your help!