Question about Intel Matrix RAID Tags: NAS / RAID Windows Vista Boot Matrix Intel Storage Last response: May 8, 2009 5:27 PM in Storage Share Kursun a b G Storage May 8, 2009 9:16:31 AM I currently have 2*500 gb HDs configured in matrix RAID. First partition is RAID 0 Vista boot section, and the second part is RAID 1 for data. What I want to do is first resize the partitions (without losing data), as my boot section is unnecessarily large (65+65=130 gb). Then I hope to arrange 3 RAID 0 boot sections and rest as RAID 1 data section. I want to dedicate 3 RAID 0 boot sections to XP, Vista and Win 7. However I see that Intel Matrix RAID supports only two sections, one RAID 0, the other RAID 1. Is it possible to arrange more than one RAID 0 partitions in Intel Matrix RAID? More about : question intel matrix raid wimcle May 8, 2009 5:27:02 PM you can partition that first raid0 volume into 3 pieces if you like Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Intel Matrix RAID question Forum Intel Matrix Storage System Raid 0 and 5 question. Forum Intel Matrix RAID Questions Forum Solvedhowto replace faulty disk in intel matrix raid 1 Forum SolvedIntel Matrix RAID thoughts Forum SolvedRaid 1 + Intel Matrix Storage Manager not accesible Forum SolvedRaid 5/Intel Matrix Storage Manager problem Forum SolvedWhat is the best RAID set up for gaming? Intel Matrix? RAID 5 or 10 Forum SolvedIntel Matrix RAID Forum Question about Intel Raid ( Intel Server system: SR1530HCLR/SR1530HCLS Forum Intel Matrix Storage - degraded Raid10 - one HDD kicked out Forum Intel Matrix - Dropped Disk in Raid 0 Forum SSD's, Intel Matrix storage controllers, and RAID 0. Forum [SOLVED] Intel Matrix RAID forgot drive, has 2 instances w same serial Forum Intel Matrix RAID 0,1 degraded, acting illogically Forum Intel Matrix Storage -- Can't boot RAID 1 -- OPTIONS?? Forum Interpreting Raid 1 error (Intel Matrix Storage Mgr) Forum Restore Intel Matrix with RAID0 and RAID1 Forum ICH7 Intel Matrix Raid - Reading it Forum PC won't boot w/ 2 ex-RAID (Intel Matrix) WD HDDs connected,on P5QPro Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !