Planning a RAID Tags: NAS / RAID Controller Configuration Gigabyte Storage mister jj November 19, 2012 1:03:38 AM OS: Win 7 64 bit MB: Gigabyte EP45C-UD3R (on board Gigabyte raid and Intel controller) Current config: Software RAID 1 on Intel controller (degraded from failed drive) Desired config: 2 new drives using Gigabyte hardware RAID 0. Old drive will be used for backup. My plan: Remove old drive and setup RAID 0 drives. Install old drive and copy contents to new RAID 0 drives. Me: I just know enough about this stuff to be dangerous. I think if I copy the disk over, it will copy the software RAID info and still think it's a degraded RAID. So... I'm looking for ideas on how to accomplish this. Thanks. More about : planning raid | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Storage>Planning a RAID> Related ressources: ForumPlanning to build a SSD Raid 0 array into my laptop ForumPlanning RAID 5 with four 1TB drives ForumRaid 0 Stripping Setup & Planning ForumNew Build i'm planning to buy ForumPlanning A Multiseat System ForumNAS and RAID plan for church ForumPlanning a new gaming-oriented purchase. Need experienced advice! ForumPlanning out my first server build ForumPlanning a 4TB NAS build with expansion capabilities...need help? ForumNeed help with planning a home built server ForumPlanning New Build, need input. ForumNew computer planning on Overlocking ForumSamsung 840 Pro or OCZ Vertex ForumCorsair Neutron Series GTX 240GB RAID 0 ForumWindows 7 don´t recognize 3 TB or more in RAID ForumRAID 0 Help.. Noob. ForumHow to backup 2 ssds in raid 0 ForumSDD and RAID 0 two HDD Forum[Solved] What is RAID & can this help provide extra space Forum[Solved] Planning to build a SSD Raid 0 array into my laptop More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !