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Thread: RAID 0 & WIN 7 x64 TROUBLESHOOTING




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    Default Re: RAID 0 & WIN 7 x64 TROUBLESHOOTING

    BBC News - Change to 'Bios' will make for PCs that boot in seconds


    I will stick with raid 10,stripping and mirroring with redundancy ......ok
    Now i have 2 tb of space but one partition....seems to work just fine.
    I have to buy SSD !!!!!!! 2 ssd 256 gig in raid 0,other four hdd in raid 10 for storage.
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    I was thinking that6 i know somthing about computers...office.photoshop....gaming ...making music...fruty ..qbase...buying right components for PC ..installing os
    ...overclooking..making raid ...conecintg things ..bla bal bla

    Before three days i was starting making my raid working with 4* 1 tb drives in raid 0
    Then i discover that MBR support only smaller PArtitions up to 2tb.
    Then i discover EFI .GPT....
    Then i discover whole new world of computers...and i dont know nothing about it
    Now i am gladd ...i know that i dont know nothing .... :)

    I am starting making my first hackintosh ......mbr ..bill gates.microsft......they are all gone for me...EFI GPT ....intel discover it in 1996..15 years i didnt know about it ...sad

    i wanna be on the edge of technology ...............



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