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How To Connect Two Hard Drives To One

Is There A Way To Connect Two Hard Drives Into One Without RAID?
Is There Software That Will Create A Hard Drive Out Of 2 Hard Drives.
How Do I Setup RAID And Do I Need A Special Device To Set It Up.

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You can do this with Software RAID. I dont want to take up a bunch of space and explain it but if you go here ( http://www.techimo.com/articles/index.pl?photo=149 ) , it will guide through on how to do it. Its a pretty straightforward tutorial.

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Second, buy another external storage device, and do a Google-search for "drive image freeware".
Pick one of those applications, and do a "image" backup to this second external storage device.

Third, disconnect the 3 "old" drives, carefully label them, and set them aside.

Fourth, connect the 3 "new" drives, delete the old RAID-5 array definition,
and create a new RAID-5 array definition.

Fifth, do an "image restore" from the second external storage device to the new array.

If you have any problems, all you need to do to "back-out" is to:
* disconnect the "new" drives
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How do i combime two hard drives to increase memory ?


RAM (Random Access Memory) are memory chips that the computer uses to run programming on the computer. This can be upgraded to the limit the computer will support, a good reference for capability of your system and a good source for purchase at www.crucial.com
The Hard Disk Drive, is like a computer filing cabinet where you install programs and store data on your system.
I assume, you are talking about combining 2 hard drives to create more disk space on your system. This is done by setting up a RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Drives) To do this you will need a computer that supports RAID or install a RAID controller and configure 2 or more drives to create an array.
http://reviews.cnet.com/4520-11319_7-6386531-1.html?tag=rb_mtx;wp_body

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Hi. my computer crashed a long time ago and I had to order some recovery disks but before I run them I want to backup the files on the drive but it has something called RAID (both 320GB hard drives only...


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About operating system


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I would not recommend loading RAID drivers if you only have one hard-drive. RAID is for two or more hard-drives in the same computer.

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Software raid/ide


it won't touch them, it should ask you which partition you want to boot from, or which version of windows if your boot.ini files are on the same drive.

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You need 2 hard drives to create a RAID! (Read this).
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Redundant_array_of_independent_disks
Download from Asus the latest RAID driver software for Vista.
M2N-E SLI motheboard.
http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?modelname=M2N-E%20SLI&SLanguage=en-us

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HOW TO CONFIGURE RAID


I needed to see your board & can at this site. http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Products/ProductsDetail.aspx?detailid=493&DetailName=Manual&MenuID=1&LanID=0

This is good for you as well. It shows me & you that your board can handel 4 each DMA/ATA-133 (Ultra) IDE Hard drives/ CD/DVD drives IDE-1Primary & IDE-2 Primary Slave. Each can run 2 IDE drives. Also 4 each Serial ATA SATA's. Two separate SATA controllers with integrated PHYs, each supporting two
drives in master mode. In your manual on pg.32 & 33 will help you to setup a RAID if you wish. Or you can also set the RAID to IDE which will allow you to use all your SATA hard disks as a single drive without setting up a RAID system. The site above supplies all your drivers needed & manual. If you need more help please let me know here.
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