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P4C800 deluxe mirror raid as storage only OS on SATA drive

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Old July 18th 03, 06:37 PM
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Default P4C800 deluxe mirror raid as storage only OS on SATA drive

Hi there,

Can I use my SATA mirror raid for storage only without any OS on it and have
the OS running from the standard SATA controller with a single SATA drive?

I have loaded the OS on the non raid SATA drive but cannot see the mirror
raid drive/s is this because I have to load the raid drivers on the OS on
the non raid SATA drive or can you not run SATA raid without the OS being on
the SATA raid drives?

Many thanks, Tim.


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