Posted 23 September 2012 - 08:56
There is nothing special about the way data is structured on the hard drive in RAID1. RAID1 is an exact copy of the data on each drive in the standard format (eg: Boot Sector, Partition Map, File Systems, etc.).
You can easily take a drive that was part of a RAID1 and plug it into another PC and the other PC wouldn't even know that it was ever part of a RAID.
It boot off it either as a standard non-raid drive, or if you can set it up as a RAID1 array with a different RAID controller and it will boot off it, both without any data loss/reformatting/changes to data on the drive.