B360M has Raid 0 support, and actually did have a RAID setup, doesn't let me make a new one.

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As title states, I know the B360M Bazooka does have support for it, as my prebuilt came with a set-up RAID 0 between the M.2 and SSD. However, after removing the previously set-up RAID-0, I am not given an option to switch to Optane/RAID in BIOS, I only see an Optane option. I therefore cannot see a 'Create RAID Group' in BIOS > Settings > Advanced > Intel Optane. I am on a fresh install of Windows, and have made sure all drives were not compromised and properly formatted. Wondering what I need to do, as it obviously supports it if it was pre-established. I don't want to go with a software option, as it defeats the purpose I wish to use it for. Any ideas?

Windows 10 Home (64)
Bazooka 360 Gaming Motherboard (B360M)
I5 - 8700K
RADEON 6700XT
32GB of 3200GHZ
[2x Seagate HDDs, 1.8TB + 500GB], [1x M.2 NVME, 20gb boot drive], [2x SSDs Samsung and Green, 500GB + 256GB]
Fresh Install of Windows
 
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teletubby_po

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B360 chipset does not support RAID function, that pre-build system probably came with Optane instead of RAID.
 
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