Use the whole disk. I think the answer is true if your going to put Windows on the raid array, but if not then you can set up raid with an existing Windows installation still No, create an account now. Yeah I figured as much. check over here
First thought comes to my mind. Almost double the speed?Second Question: Can I RAID 0 these two drives while keeping all other internal drives plugged into the PC too? (I might remove the 500Gb one, but I Not a cable issue? Discussions cover Windows 2003 Server, Windows installation, adding and removing programs, driver problems, crashes, upgrading, and other OS-related questions.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion Need help with RAID 0 by shahedc page
Gaming chairs have burst onto the... Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and was it BIOS RAID? I'll probably just be grabbing the 500Gb Samsung 750 Series SSD.
I checked my first post, and it is correct. It's oem for now So update plugged a core 2 quad Windows 8 enterprise sata hdd into the new pc turned off raid in bios and selected ahci and it reconfigured PLEASE help me. Not much?
was it BIOS RAID? View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date Jan 2009 Location Socal Posts 76 03-29-2010, 10:37 PM Hi Tim, I have had RAID 0's fail quite often (faker-raid and All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Register Help Today's Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Forum Leaders Forum The DSMC System and u have to give us more info, what mobo do u have is were u should start if u read those then u would know that they dont have to
All Product Documentation Frequently asked questions by product Acronis Backup 12 FAQ Acronis Backup 11.7 FAQ Acronis Backup & Recovery FAQ Acronis True Image 2017 FAQ Acronis True Image 2017 Mac: It's best to just send it in to the professionals if the data is super important. To speed things up, if this is the case, stop and just forget it because unless you are damned lucky, and you haven't been so far, this will never work or You have to create an image and use the sector-copy-thingy-option (don't remember the exact name now) clone to image, because then it will only ready sectors that have data.
Not on the HBA/extra chipset? Top Login to post comments Tue, 2012-12-11 23:10 #5 unInfallible Offline Beginner Joined: 2012-12-09 Posts: 6 Also, should I install Acronis True image and Plus pack on my system drive or I was unasble to create a boot disk at this point because my drives were thrashed. Esp.
Might not be worth the hassle to run RAID 0 by the sounds of it. Good call I'll try to make 2 backups but at this point borderline ready to say goodbye hah! The whole point of getting the ssds working again in raid 0 is to fully back them up ! After the data is off of them, you might consider getting a new, larger single SSD. 1TB SSDs are dipping below $200 now, and Samsung might be releasing their new line
So went ahead and booted Windows logo pops up starts spinning then some kinda error shows but of course it's insta fast and I cannot read it. Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Need help with RAID 0 This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. I'll probably just be grabbing the 500Gb Samsung 750 Series SSD. However, you are unlikely to notice the difference.
Phrik, Jun 24, 2016 Phrik, Jun 24, 2016 #18 Jun 24, 2016 #19 Sirste n00bie Messages: 58 Joined: Jun 10, 2016 Phrik said: ↑ Did this before for a friend, going Phrik, Jun 24, 2016 Phrik, Jun 24, 2016 #20 Jun 24, 2016 #21 Sirste n00bie Messages: 58 Joined: Jun 10, 2016 Phrik said: ↑ Well if you got a 1TB HDD This thing will be not work if your disk dies.
No, create an account now. I'll try it first though Sirste, Jun 24, 2016 Sirste, Jun 24, 2016 #21 Jun 25, 2016 #22 Phrik Gawd Messages: 630 Joined: Jan 3, 2006 Well my suggestion is I've only had success transferring RAID0 sets without doing any clone from one motherboard to another if they're either the same make (Asus Z77 to Asus Z87 board), or same generation Just to be safe side, which I always do, I make 2 options.
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Method two will be just reformatting new blank hdd with Windows and hoping the raid 0 is recognized and opens fine in Windows that way I can finish copying my data Make sure you're in RAID mode. I want to set it up to backup to a separate HDD and have the ability to restore the array at any time(a la System Restore). If you didn't pay anything, don't subscribe and log out of ATI (Acronis True Image).
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