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  1. I've have a 6405 card with a RAID 1 3TB for 2 years. I recently wanted to add a new 5TB RAID 1 with Western Digit 5TB NAS (red) drives. But the card cannot see the drives. I've checked the drives themselves and they are fully functional. Are these drives incompatible with with this card or is there something else I can check?
  2. Hi guys, I'm building a high end PC for a client who is very security conscious and is looking for a home backup software solution. He has a NAS ioSafe 214 and a Raid 1 4TB internal backup. He currently uses Acronis but complains is taking 10 hours to backup 1 GB to the NAS. Does anyone have any recommendations for a solid security rich backup software?
  3. Thanks Ken Thanks everyone. Now I can sleep
  4. Makes sense to me. Thanks everyone for your help. Bios is reporting the correct size (thank God) So will the service pack fix the problem or will I have to reformat? Thanks again
  5. Its the Intel 875P. Windows is reporting the size. I tried the drive test tool but it keeps failing on creating a disk. I'll check the bios thanks What would SP1 do for it? If it can't initially get the size right I just dont see how the service pack would help I was wondering if I should try formatting it with an old windows startup disk
  6. I agree. But before I add the drive to the RMA list with the dvd burner, I was wondering if there was anything I should check before surrendering
  7. Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor 3.2GHz, 800MHz FSB, Socket 478 Retail Corsair 1GB DDR400 XMS3200 Dual-Channel Memory w/Platinum Heat Spreader Plextor PX708A Internal DVD±R/RW & CD-R/RW Drive (Black) IBM (Hitachi) Deskstar 7K250 250GB Serial ATA 7200RPM Hard Drive w/8MB Buffer ATI 9800 AIW Pro Shuttle sb75g2 case
  8. I just bought an IBM Desktar 7k250 and it is only reporting 130gigs. Am I screwed or am I doing somthing wrong? formatted with xp pro Thanks