Hard Drive Capacity for RAID 10 Tags: NAS / RAID Hard Drives Windows XP Last response: July 10, 2011 12:28 AM in Windows XP Share usmansyal July 9, 2011 8:03:45 PM Can i upgrade my existing 4-1TB harddrives to 4- 2TB hard drives? More about : hard drive capacity raid AntiZig July 10, 2011 12:28:49 AM I think you mean RAID 1+0 and typically, I don't see why not, the problem would be copying the data over + installing fresh OS in the main drive m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedNeed advice on Raid 1+0 with 4 hard drives with SSD Cache (Intel Smart Response Technology) Forum SolvedHard drive failures raid 10 Forum Raid 10, auto recover hard drive? Forum Solvedshould i reintall win7 because of hard drive capacity? Forum SolvedHard drive recognised by bios but reported as having 0 capacity by Windows disk manager Forum SATA RAID 10 Hard Drive Failing Forum Solvedhard drive capacity low Forum SolvedHard Drive has incorrect amount of capacity Forum External hard drive lost capacity from 2TB to 232GB Forum Is 1gb good if i have a 300gb hard drive capacity in a dell latitude d820 15 4" notebook Forum SolvedAcer Aspire 7736Z-4809 Hard Drive Capacity Forum newer hard drive bought with 3tb capacity. can't get all 3 allocated Forum SolvedCan you RAID 0 two drives that aren't the same capacity? Forum RAID 10 Capacity? Forum 4 6gb/s hard drives or 4 3gb/s hard drives for raid 10 Forum SolvedMaximum Hard Drive Capacity Forum Windows 7 install won't show the entire hard drive capacity Forum Hard drive formatting (lower capacity) Forum External Hard drive Capacity became small and all files are missing Forum SolvedLost hard drive capacity Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !