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Old 12-28-2004, 11:04 PM   #1
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Default Help Setting Up RAID 0

Hey guys long time no post , Anyway for Xmas santa got me a 120 GB SATA drive to pop in with my other 80 GB one and since my motherboard has onboard SATA/RAID I figured it would be easy as crap. WRONG. i hooked the second drive up correctly created a RAID 0 volume and now it asks me reboot or select proper boot device, i dont have a floppy drive. The weirdest part is after that in BIOS it didnt detect my RAID volume or either HDD under IDE Primary Master or anything in that category, only my CD-RW Drive. But when i go to my Boot menu there are 2 choices:
1) Boot Priority
2) Hard Disk Drives
It detects 1 of my HDD's in the boot priority but not the other, but in the hard disk drives it finds both drives, same with raid volume it shows them both there and Bootable but doesnt work.
Ive even tried to install Win XP fresh but even that doesnt detect EITHER of the drives. Please Help

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Old 12-29-2004, 04:34 AM   #2
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Default Re: Help Setting Up RAID 0

i am not sure if this will help:
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