Some RAID controller mark associated disks to the array with a flag, if they are detected as damaged. Then, you receive following error message depending on the controller may:
page 0 damage error
If damage to the hard drive actually exists, it must be replaced of course. It is not true however, the mark of the hard disk that the RAID controller will do, must be removed. Located the mark on the disk itself, then it is usually placed in a sector on the disk. To reset it, it is sufficient, the entire hard drive out to zero. On Windows you can do this by using diskpart (clean all).