Solved Moving array Tags: NAS / RAID Computer Hard Drives Storage Last response: March 10, 2010 5:58 AM in Storage Share LilHessy February 28, 2010 12:38:52 AM I have a computer that just died on me. I have a 3ware 9500 in it that has a 4 disk raid 5 array. Can i move that card and hard drives to a new computer without losing the data? thanks Jesse More about : moving array Best solution wuzy a b G Storage February 28, 2010 5:03:55 AM No problems with that. That's one of the main advantages of using a true hardware RAID controller. Just remember to install driver for the 3ware controller on the new computer for optimal performance. LilHessy March 10, 2010 5:58:00 AM Best answer selected by LilHessy. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumMoving a software RAID array to a new machine ForumP5N-T Deluxe - moving RAID array to another mobo? ForumMoving a RAID Array ForumMoving a RAID 0 Array HOWTO??? ForumMoving spanned array to a new system ForumMoving RAID.0 array to new motherboard (from Nforce4 Ultra + Sil3114) Forummoving an array between 2 computers: software vs. hardware ForumMoving a RAID array to a new motherboard? ForumMove raid-5 disk array to another server ForumCan I move a RAID 0 array from 680i to P45? ForumMoving jbod array into a new enclosure Forummove RAID array to new Mobo ForumOld raid array moved into new "plug and play" enclosure ForumSolorian Solar Array can be moved ? ForumTrying to move raid 5 array to new drives and problems ForumFirst SSD advice? ForumCan you add a SATA drive in an existing SAS Raid-0 array ForumMoving a hdd to a new pc Forum[Solved] I want a RAID 0 Array w/2 750gb hdd for hd video editing ForumMoving RAID.0 array to new motherboard (from Nforce4 Ultra + Sil3114) More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !