|Sep 12, 2007, 11:19 AM||#1||
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RAID 0 setup to SATA setup
I currently have a RAID 0 setup. Last night, the RAID 0 failed. I’m really not sure why. I’m going to take a more in-depth look tonight when I get home to try and find out more.
The question I have is, if I want to switch over from a RAID 0 setup to a regular SATA setup (with two hard drives), is there anything I need to be on the look out for? I know I need to enter the BIOS to make a few changes but anything else I should keep an eye for? I have all of my important documents/files on my 1GB USB flash so I’m not to worried about saving any old data (if it can be saved at all).
The RAID 0 setup I had was fine and ran well but I don’t want to deal with the hassle of it failing. Not to mention I really don’t want a RAID 1 setup either.
Thanks for any help or input!
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