Solved How to setup 2 raid 1 with 4 drives Tags: NAS / RAID how-to Storage Hard Drives hackintosh Last response: July 13, 2013 1:52 PM in Storage Share SilentLupin July 12, 2013 4:25:42 PM I have a sabertooth 990fx r2.0, is it possible to set up a raid 1 for both my windows and my mac 3tb hard drives? If not, could I do it with smaller hard drives? More about : setup raid drives Best solution popatim a c 909 G Storage July 13, 2013 1:52:51 PM Uefi bios, you should be all set with setting up your raid1's - just remember that windows cant read the mac's native drive format (hsf+) so you would need a 3rd party utility (like macdrive) to be able to read them; Share Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedHow to setup 2 raid 1 with 4 drives Forum Asus P6T Deluxe V2 and Raid setup issue with 4TB drives Forum How can setup two mirror raid pairs, (2x2 drives), on a Z87 chipset? Forum Changing from 4 drives in RAID 10 to 2 SSD in RAID 1 Forum SolvedNew Setup 1 boot drive ssd, 2* 3tb hdd raid 0 for storage. Forum 4 bay NAS that supports 2 disk in Raid1, then 2 separate drives Forum How to setup raid 1 on asrock Z77 extreme4 Forum Solved2 SSD RAID + 3 1TB HD can you backup everything on 1 4TB external Hard Drive Forum ASUS P8Z77-V: 4 drives in RAID 10 and 2 SSD's in RAID 1? Forum How to remove raid 1 for 2 separate drives Forum SolvedRAID 1 setup with two WD Green drives Forum How to Setup a RAID1 System on my laptop usb3 drive enclosure Forum Setup RAID 1 Data Drives on DC7900MT ? Forum How to add 1TB drive to existing PC w/ 2 250gb raid-5 Drives Forum SolvedHard Drives Raid 0 vs Raid 1 vs Raid 2 Forum SolvedSetup RAID 1 with two drives. Windows wont see third hard drive Forum RAID with 2 1/2" drives in 5 1/4" enclosure Forum Raid config, 4 sata 1 40gb hard drives or 2 sata 2 80 gb hds Forum Raid setup with 2 SSD drives Forum RAID 10 how many drives can I lose at one time with this setup? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !