Solved: RAID 0 Question
Close the command window, then use Macrium on the rescue disk boot to restore just the volume with my data out of the image, onto the unallocated space of the drive. Are the disks GPT? Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. Changed boot options in BIOS to UEFI without CSM, and verified system and rescue disk still booted. news
Thank you for your help, it has been very useful! My only question - in step 6, once I changed the boot option to UEFI without CSM, the rescue disk takes about 3 minutes to boot - the light blinks the Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...
There may be a way to convert it to GPT, but they may put your existing data at risk. Same USB drive, same port. Windows requires that to use > 2GB in a single disk; I suppose the same would be true for a RAID array of 4GB. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
Thanks. Someone else would have to answer that. The pertinent equipment in my system is as follows: ASUS M3A32-MVP mobo AMD Phenom 9600 quad core CPU 4GB Corsair DDR2-1000 RAM 2 Western Digital Velociraptor 10,000 rpm HDD's The concern http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-3153343/raid.html Backed up image of the drive (it was my bootable C: drive) with Macrium. 1a.
As an example, my system scores a 7.5 on primary hard disk. I always tell people that if they really really want raid, then buy a real raid card. This worked perfectly. But File Explorer in Windows 10 Pro confuses me - it basically says 2 TB is the size.
I might assume it is just wrong, but the "used" space is around 1/2 TB, which is what I believe the actual size used really is. weblink Be sure to expand the sliders to take up the whole space in this partition. If you want a higher number.... Hger0d3 replied Mar 7, 2017 at 2:12 AM Firewall vs Firewall lunarlander replied Mar 7, 2017 at 2:00 AM Good Ideas!
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All rights reserved. av8ur, Nov 19, 2009 #1 Sponsor av8ur Thread Starter Joined: Sep 3, 2005 Messages: 63 Ah, perhaps I have found the answer. Whatever...
Booted with Macrium rescue image (note I had not updated by rescue USB, it was older and under "fix boot problems" only had Windows 8 but this all worked.
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