Solved Raid? Tags: Configuration NAS / RAID Hard Drives Windows 7 Last response: August 14, 2012 12:11 PM in Windows 7 Share sanetbeuster July 25, 2012 7:52:27 AM how to setup 2 hard drives windows 7 so that when 1 failes, the other is still running More about : raid Best solution zander1983 July 25, 2012 8:03:27 AM It will be RAID 1, preferably the same hard drive sizes. You can do it in Windows or if your motherboard supports it, onboard RAID. In Windows: 1. Make sure you have no data on 2nd harddisk. 2. Go to start - right click computer and select manage 3. Select disk management 4. Right click ( where it says Disk 0, Disk 1 ) and convert each disk to Dynamic Disk 5. Create Mirror (right clicking the partitions and select "Add mirror" on to disk 1, then do the same with the C:\ partition. Using the On-board RAID is a bit trickier. Share sanetbeuster August 14, 2012 11:09:49 AM Best answer selected by sanetbeuster. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer zander1983 August 14, 2012 12:11:12 PM Thanks. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedWhy is Raid 0 not showing double capacity Forum SolvedRAID 1: Intel Rapid Storage Tech vs. Windows drivers Forum SolvedCan I add 2 HDDs in RAID and keep my main HDD single? Forum SolvedOdd Connector from Old Raid Controller Forum Solvedis it better to get 2 ssd and put them in raid or one big ssd Forum SolvedHow do I get this RAID 0 Stripe off? Forum SolvedAsus Maximus VII Gene Raid Support Forum SolvedSSD or RAID 0 Forum Solvedclone raid to single ssd Forum SolvedSlow write speed on intel Raid 5 (6xRED 4tb) Forum SolvedIntel ssd 730 480 & 240 gb raid 0 ? Forum SolvedRaid Drivers need for Installation Forum Solvedneed help with setting up a RAID Forum SolvedRAID array help Forum SolvedRaid 5 on asus rampage iv formula Forum SolvedConverting OS HDD from IDE to ACHI/RAID Forum SolvedAsus P9X79 LE RAID issue. Forum SolvedRAID 0 Recovery Forum SolvedHard drive conflicts RAID Forum SolvedHardware RAID1 & ASRock Motherboard Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !