Raid-1 port only one drive Tags: NAS / RAID Sata Storage Last response: September 24, 2010 10:44 PM in Storage Share Silverrosen September 24, 2010 8:48:24 PM Hello, Is it possible to use one single drive in a SATARAID1-port? To actually use the port basically as a standard SATA? More about : raid port drive | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove treefrog07 September 24, 2010 10:44:31 PM If you are talking about one of the SATA connections on your motherboard, yes. It doesn't matter as long as the HDD is not marked as a RAID drive (in its boot sector) and part of a RAID volume. | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Storage>Raid-1 port only one drive> Related ressources: ForumCan I daisy chain RAID1 off a single sata3 port ? ForumInternal IDE OS drive - TO - external USB Raid1 Drive ??? ForumBest way to increase drive size on RAID1 with Intel Matrix ForumExpanding RAID-1 while it is the active OS drive - Options? Forum2 drives in raid1 and one drive not in raid ForumRAID1 with OS/Won't boot when other hdds are plugged in ForumRAID1 disadvantages? ForumP8Z68-V single SSD + RAID1 data array ForumIs it possible to easily setup Raid-1 on this system ? ForumConfiguring RAID1 on external enclosure ForumInstall Win7 64 from W7-32: Will I lose my RAID-1 ? ForumWindows does not detect my RAID1 Array Forum3TB RAID1 array problem ForumFirst SSD advice? ForumRevo Drive and WD black 640 setup ForumWhat is the difference between a cd drive and dvd drive ForumCan Gigabyte gbb36x SATA controller handle port multipliers? ForumCan I use Sata II drives on Sata III port ForumInstalled a new hard drive now CD downloads wont work? ForumWindows won't boot with failed drive More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !