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    Question RAID - Can I have two drives in RAID, and the other two standalone?

    Hello

    I have two drives;

    1. Maxtor (SATA) 500GB
    2. WesternDigital (IDE) 400GB

    And am planning on buying two more drives (unsure of brand yet);

    1. (SATA) 500GB
    2. (SATA) 500GB

    I am planning on making the two new drives RAID 0.

    But I want to keep my other two drives seperate from the RAID setup. In other words, I don't want them in RAID. I only want my new drives in RAID.

    Please tell me if this is possible (I have an ASUS P5K-E WiFi motherboard).

    Thanks in advance,

    Panarchy

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    Default Re: RAID - Can I have two drives in RAID, and the other two standalone?

    YAY

    Thanks, that's great news.

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    Default Re: RAID - Can I have two drives in RAID, and the other two standalone?

    All you do is install the Intel Storage Manager then in it create a new RAID out of your new drives.

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