RealSkyDiver

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  1. I enabled RAID on BIOS, made RAID0 and instaled the RAID driver on windows but it still can't find the RAID0???????????? It does display the RAID0 array on BIOS. Does that mean that it's not possible to make RAID0 ond WinXP SP2???? I I instaled the driver after win coudln't find any hdd and asks me a question (can't remember it anymore) where I have to press S. At the begining of the instalation is says that I have to press F6 but nothings happen when I make that. It's just ignoring that and goes on with the setup... I'm using ASUS M2N-SLI deluxe.
  2. I have to setup RAID0 but the problem is that if I put a floppy disc into the drive nothing happens? The drive is acting as if there wasn't a disc in it? I just bought those and they are normal formatted 3.3" 1.44mb discs. I looked at BIOS but the configuration on the drive is ok so I don't get the problem??
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    Setting up RAID0 on ASUS M2N-SLI deluxe!

    Could someone answer please? I'm stuck as long as I don't get it to work...
  4. Ok I'm in BIOS and under "Advanced" I made "Enable" on Serial-ATA Controller, RAID Enabled, SATA 1 RAID and SATA 2 RAID. So thats it? Now both hdd are running on RAID0? There wasn't any floppy disc with the mobo like other people told me (with whitch I suppose to make RAID work). thanks!
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    How to setup RAID as a newbie?

    I just wanna know everything I need to before getting the stuff and be all confused but yeah, I can answer all of those questions with yes.
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    How to setup RAID as a newbie?

    Another question: So to put up a raid0 I have to use a floppy disc with the software right? Do I get it already with the hdd or can I download it somewhere? Is there something like a step by step tutorial or is it really that easy to configurate?
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    How to setup RAID as a newbie?

    Is this "Ghost" software easy to handle to copy the OS from one drive to the other? If I make raid0 should I do a big partition (140gb) or two smaler (C: 30gb and a 110gb for games, videos and misc. stuff)? The link to the dell hdd doesnt work...
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    How to setup RAID as a newbie?

    Mmhhhhh how about using the 150 raptor as back up drive? That would make the update via a briefcase file really fast but should I use a PCI-E raid-card since I don't have enough IDE slots?
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    How to setup RAID as a newbie?

    Thanks, but I probably have to get a raid card because of space poblems with IDE. Should I just get one with PCI-E to avoid the bottleneck? @bfg9000 So I should install the OS on the backup drive, then make RAID0 on the raptors and then just ghost copy it? What's exactly is a ghost copy and how am I doing that? Looks like a good deal with the 150 raptors but I think it's to risky for runing raid with 300gb.
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    How to setup RAID as a newbie?

    Hello?? Does nobody know how to hook up a RAID???
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    How to setup RAID as a newbie?

    I'm using WinXP (maby the 64bit edition). Is there some kind of good and easy to understand tutorial out there which can explaing me how to make RAID 0 and 1? If I put the 150gb as backup does that mean that it will contain all the data from the two 75gb drives?
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    How to setup RAID as a newbie?

    but it's chaper on newegg.com
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    How to setup RAID as a newbie?

    I'm gona get a ASUS M2N-SLI Deluxe Socket AM2 so there's no need for an RAID card? Wouldn't the cpu has to work harder if it's a fake RAID?
  14. I would like to use 2 75GB raptors (10'000rpm) as one logical drive and a 150GB one as back up. So how do I put this up? What do I need? I never configured a RAID system before and which card on http://www.newegg.com/ProductSort/SubCateg...SubCategory=410 would be good but at the same time inexpensive? I'm already gona spend 2000$+ on a new powerful PC. thanks!