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Raid

by bdugan / January 1, 2005 7:07 AM PST

I am haveing trouble with sata onboard raid
I was wondering if a raid card would work better and if so could anyone tell me of a pci or pci express raid card that is a no brainer.
I have no problem with putting in new motherboard.
Thanks for anyhelp i get.

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What kind of help have you
by Ray Harinec / January 2, 2005 11:41 PM PST
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tried to get to solve the problem with the existing SATA RAID controller???? Seems like a rather drastic solution that you are considering.

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by bdugan / January 3, 2005 1:40 AM PST

Yes but am willing to do what ever it takes.
Thanks

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Yes what????????????????????????
by Ray Harinec / January 3, 2005 5:48 AM PST
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If you are asking for with help for the existing system. Tell us all about it, what mobo, CPU, Chipset, SATA chipset [if separate]. What Op System, specific info on the two hard drives being used for RAID, what type of RAID are you trying to set up?

What are the symptoms for not working.

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by bdugan / January 3, 2005 6:36 AM PST

Thought it was clear.What i want to know is of a no brainer sata raid0 card.That configures it's self.
The drives are 80 gig maxtor 7200 sata drives.
I have not got the motherboard yet if i get one.
One i have now is asus P5GD1 that just doen not seem to be right one.
Thanks

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I was not aware that you had no interest
by Ray Harinec / January 3, 2005 11:01 AM PST
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in trying to solve the problem without putting out more money. So I'll bow out and wish you luck.

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