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Reply badbod says: March 2, 2015 at 2:52 pm Im not familiar with that card, but at some point you should destroy the array (from inside the RAID BIOS) then restore Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the Define disk partitions Against the common procedure, we have to install Linux before Windows. Do multi-tenant DBs have multiple databases or shared tables? http://divxeo.com/dual-boot/dual-boot-w2k-and-win-7.html

Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 19. Then set the BIOS to boot the HDD / OS you want as default and if you want to start the other (new) OS you use the BIOS one-time boot menu Success! Whilst the ports are only SATA II capable, current SSD's will work quite nicecly and faster than my HDD's are doing.

Dual Boot Raid 0

Reply With Quote 12-08-14,07:24 AM #8 Stratus_ss View Profile View Forum Posts Overclockix Snake Charming SeniorAlt OS Content Editor Join Date Jan 2006 Location Ontario Canada Thanks for following up. That means a RAID will not fill up as fast as a single disk and not experience the same performance degradation.

RAID basicsNow that we have established the reasons why people may Insert the SSD (I have lots of SATAs) 3. In this case, I'm not sure how the RAID controller will know that there is another bootable drive attached.

Re: To RAID or not to RAID, that is the question klfi Nov 20, 2009 7:04 AM (in response to Harm Millaard) Dear Harmdear other authors,thanks a lot for your commentsI Now do a FULL backup using Paragon Backup. I think I want to use RAID 5 with three 1 TB drives to backup all my documents, pictures, music, projects, etc. It really should be plain sailing.

How can I explain English existing in a fantasy world The most outrageous (or ridiculous) conjectures in mathematics Valid, but worthless syntax in switch-case? An example for a 1TB storage space: (1) 100MB Windows boot loader (NTFS) (2) 200GB EXT4 for Ubuntu installation (3) 16GB swap drive (see table above) (4) 200GB Windows (NTFS) (5) Suppose you have a 200 KB file, the first part of 64 KB is located on disk A, the second 64 KB is located on disk B, the third 64 KB more info here Everytime I tried this sequence of commands, an error message came up during the 'setup'.

Once completed you should now be able to boot into windows. If you are using another kind of RAID than RAID0 or RAID1 you must execute this command Code: sudo modprobe dm-raid4-5 6. Unless there is some way to "fix" the MBR after I get to step 3 above, to get it to boot from th existing RAID array. Still make a BACKUP IMAGE of the Windows drive once you format the RAID setup.FYI, I have an SSD + RAID0 hard drive setup and it's setup like this:1) SSD (Windows

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That is just a utility program that will search your hard drive(s) for windows installations and make the proper entries in the BCD to boot from them. http://superuser.com/questions/168551/raid-with-dual-boot If you use a swappable bay you can use multiple backup drives. Dual Boot Raid 0 Re: To RAID or not to RAID, that is the question CJGerow Jan 6, 2010 7:44 AM (in response to Bill Gehrke) Harm and Bill,Wow - I got a double whammy Fakeraid Unless there is some way to "fix" the MBR after I get to step 3 above, to get it to boot from th existing RAID array.

Let's see what happens when I give this a shot... check my blog If it won't start unplug the XP array, set WIn7 HD first to boot in BIOS setup, mark Win7 active and run Startup Repair up to 3 separate times with reboots Ideas? Went into BIOS and changed from AHCI to RAID, and also to turn on ability to do Control-I to get to Intel RST ROM. 4. Dmraid

Step 9 ) Open ‘Device Manager' and look for your RAID driver.¬†Uninstall¬†it. This guy Dean managed to get it working with FakeRAID but what he says and what I have on my screen sound differently. Last edited by Sydney; 10-30-09 at 03:25 PM. this content Reboot and enter your RAID BIOS, destroy your array, do not create a new array.

With a chunk size of 32 KB the first two blocks will be read from the first disk, the next two blocks from the next disk, and so on. Once again Code: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install dmraid 19. Please enter a title.

Reply Kenneth Meredith says: December 13, 2016 at 9:28 pm So, I have an older-but-upgraded to Windows 7 PC running an SQL Server at my workplace.

Check your BIOS Setup and make sure your SATA controller supports either SATA or IDE mode. Bill, RE: V drive - that is why the drive was so inexpensive. I guess there is no way of me adding in my new 1tb drive and cloning across to that instead of restoring the usb backup to it? Or would you suggest some changings in my situation?

Clustering 200k+ observations w/ 100+ dimensions where K clusters is unknown Helix with a helix as its axis Is it legal to use handheld radios to listen to aviation frequencies in It is probably what I will tell you anyway. RAID6 requires a dedicated hardware controller, RAID5 can be run on a software controller but the CPU overhead negates to a large extent the performance gain.RAID10The RAID level for paranoids in have a peek at these guys Also, when the bios is set to RAID, and I check the Intel raid configuration while booting, it shows no array.

I'm currently running with Premiere Pro 2.0 so I can't run Bill's Benchmark. See if I have it correct: 1. There is a risk of losing all data that is a multiplier of the number of disks in the array. I forged ahead.

Raid 0 HDDS are 2TB Hitachi Sata 2. Reply badbod says: August 10, 2013 at 1:31 am Paragon backup does not alter anything.