Re: Dual Hdd.
You want to setup RAID 0 though for maximum performance gains. I've read through it and it seems pretty straightforward. Just follow the guide. Basically, there's a RAID utility you configure upon boot up. It will tell you to press a certain key to access it. After that's done, it will continue the Windows Setup if you have the Windows XP CD in the drive for installtion. Press F6 to install the SATA RAID drivers. Usually, you'll need to find this from the motherboard CD on another computer. THen copy it over to floppy disk. Once that is installed, Windows will continue to setup on the RAID drive.
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