With the RAID disconnected the new Windows 7 install has its own boot sector on the SSD. You need a BCD entry on the RAID for the new Win7. A few options:
1) If you haven't really done anything with the new install I think you could just re-install Win7 on the SSD but without unplugging the RAID, this should put the boot entry on the RAID instead of the SSD. 2) Feel comfortable in the Command Prompt (Processor, whatever) Bootrec.exe should let you add or copy over the entry from the SSD 3) I think the freeware EasyBCD will let you do the same thing as #2.
You'll probably want to do a little research and take some precautions because this has the potential to seriously screw some stuff up (like not being able to boot at all). #1 is probably the safest and most pain in the ass. Others may be able to give different or more specific advice, but this should point you in the right direction.
I hadn't used EasyBCD
in years. I just downloaded the latest version and checked it out. I think you can fix this easily using it. I am not a shill for NeoSmart Technologies.