This article explains how to set an Unconfigured Bad Drive to Unconfigured Good on a DIVAR IP 6000/ 7000.
This step is required if the new drive is not listed under Unconfigured Drives. A possible reason for the Unconfigured Bad status is when a device that has not been removed properly is reconnected to the controller.
Importing a foreign configuration should recover a RAID configuration (in case the RAID is not corrupt) This option must be performed before creating a new VHD. This option may restore all of the video and data on the drives.