1.3.2 Caution Messages about Arrays CAUTION: Deleting an array permanently destroys all data that is on the array. This action cannot be undone and it is very unlikely the data can be recovered. CAUTION: Do not delete the first array listed in the Arrays section, if it is the AMD-RAID bootable array. Doing this deletes the operating system and AMD-RAID files. CAUTION: Do not initialize a disk that is part of an array. Initializing a disk in a non-redundant array deletes the array and its data. The array no longer appears in Array View. This is especially true for a non-redundant bootable array. Initializing a disk in a non- redundant bootable array causes the array to Fail and deletes the operating system, AMD-RAID files, and device drivers. CAUTION: Leaving Write Back Cache enabled can increase the likelihood of data being corrupted if the system experiences a power interruption or unexpected shutdown.