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Thread: Way to keep my Windows software RAID (Dynamic striped volume) after upgrade?




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    Default Way to keep my Windows software RAID (Dynamic striped volume) after upgrade?

    I am currently on Windows 8.1 and will be doing an in place upgrade followed by a clean install to Windows 10.

    I was wondering if there is a way to keep my Windows software RAID (Dynamic striped volume) after the upgrade and/or the clean install?

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Way to keep my Windows software RAID (Dynamic striped volume) after upgrade?

    Windows should just pick up the drives. When you've got Windows 10 installed, just got to Computer Management -> Disk Management, make sure all the disks are there, then import them. The RAID volume should just appear.

    That's the nice thing about using a Windows RAID - you're not tied to a particular install or particular hardware.

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