Convert Raid 0 back to 2 seperate drives?? Tags: NAS / RAID Storage Last response: September 6, 2007 9:03 PM in Storage Share computerinfo September 6, 2007 8:33:25 PM Can I convert 2 drives set up in a Raid 0 back to 2 seperate drives with the data split between them? More about : convert raid back seperate drives Onus a b G Storage September 6, 2007 9:03:33 PM Unless the RAID card has a utility to do this, no. You'll have to copy the data off the RAID onto another drive, break the RAID and reload / reformat as necessary, then copy the data back the way you want it. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedSSD in RAID 0 or 2 seperate drives? Forum Is it possible to convert back old raid 0 drives back to single drives Forum Adding raid 0 with four 32gb; os on seperate drive Forum 2 seperate raid 0 arrays on P965 ASUS P5B Deluxe Wifi Forum SolvedConvert Raid 0 boot drive to Raid 0 Data Drive under SSD boot drive Forum SolvedMy 2 SSD Drives in raid 0 get lower benchmark scores than a single drive Forum Solvedhow to raid 0 my 2 hard drives on asrock bios? Forum SolvedTransfer OS from RAID 0 SSD config (2 drives) to a single SSD Forum SolvedBenefit with 2 raid 0 ssd drives Forum SolvedMultiple OS on RAID vs seperate drives Forum SolvedBack up raid0 to a single hard drive Forum SolvedWill these drives work in a simple 2 drive RAID 0 stripe Forum SolvedIs OS on 120 SSD faster than it would be on a raid0 on 2 sata3 drives? Forum SolvedCan I dual boot Ubuntu and Win7 on 2 seperate hard drives? Forum SolvedHow to raid 0 SSD and have a seperate HD windows 7 Forum 2 seperate RAID Setup on single NAS Forum SolvedConvert Raid-1 to Raid-0 Forum SolvedMsi k9n2, six drives-3 in RAID 5, 2 in RAID 0, 1 not RAID. At startup (Windows X Forum SolvedWhat is best way 2 install 2 Cr RealSSD C300 64gb drives in raid 0 Forum SolvedRAID 0 2 drives, 1 data HDD, and 1 OS bootable SSD Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !