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Old 04-02-2008, 03:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Help with RAID0 on IDE PCI Raid controller

i have one 200Gb drive as master connected direct to IDE port on which I will install XP, I also have 2x120 Gb which I connected to the separate RAID PCI controller, bothdrives set to Master connected with separate cables.
But when i go into the BIOS and the RAID setup it states there is no Disk space to create RAID. I have tried with the Disk formatted and also without any partitions at all. What do I wrong? Does the disks may need to be only partitioned but not formatted?
These setup was used before on this computer, but I had to re-install windows on the main machine and now I can't get the Raid disks going, any help much appreciated
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