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An article '5 Steps For an Easy RAID 1 Setup' gives a step by step guide on
http://www.crn.com/news/storage/202201387/5-steps-for-an-easy-raid-1-setup.htm

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I have a Dell Optiplex 170L mnitower. It has one IDE and one SATA port. I have connected a 1 TB drive to the sata and disconnected the ide drive that came with the system. No I am thinking, what if I add...


Hi there! You don't actually need a IDE to SATA converter. If you purchase a RAID 1 card, it gets hooked up to your computer via PCI or PCI-E. The RAID card will have at least two SATA ports on it - those are what you use to create your RAID. The sata port and ide port on the computer will not be used in the raid1 configuration. If you're going to go ahead with this, I'd recommend trying to find the exact same brand and model of drive as the first one you have. Also, keep in mind that creating a RAID 1 array requires formatting BOTH drives. Your Optiplex 170 only has PCI ports, so this may be a viable RAID card. It is fairly inexpensive, but will do the job. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16816132001&cm_re=PCI_RAID-_-16-132-001-_-Product If you need any more help/advice let me know! Alex

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Suggest Hard drive for ASUS K8N Motherboard


ASUS K8N Motherboard support: -
2 x Serial ATA cables - 2 x UltraDMA 133/100/66/33
1 x 2-port SATA power cables - 2 x Serial ATA, support RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 0+1, JBOD

Your mainboard support both "IDE & SATA" interface, so you can use IDE or SATA Hard Drives.

Hope it helps.


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Enable RAID system


use this guide, this is fo the embedded sata raid controller that comes standar with the ml150 g5.

Enabling SATA RAID functionality in the BIOS Setup Utility: 1.Boot the server, and then press F10 to enter the ROM-Based Setup Utility (RBSU).
2.Go to the advanced tab.
3.Enter the IDE configuration or hard disk configuration.
4.Change the ATA/IDE configuration to enhanced or SATA controller 2 enhanced (if not available then use enabled mode).
5.Configure SATA as RAID or configure controller 1 as RAID.
6.F10 to save and exit.
7.Reboot the server.
8.During post f8 will now show up for the embedded SATA set up.
•Creating the RAID volume.
1.Enter the embedded SATA setup by pressing f8 during post.
2.Enter the array configuration utility.
3.Enter create array.
4.Create the raid volume as desired.
5.Save and exit.

i hope it helps you!!!

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As I stated earlier I have ASUS K8S-MX Motherboard, but when I connect IDE 80GB drive with 500GB SATA drive it does not detect my 4 SATA partitions, instead says it is only 500GB unformatted single...


Check your AHCI (or ACHI, can't remember) settings in your BIOS. Turn them off, use "standard pata mode" even though you're using a SATA drive, and try again.

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Trying to create a server using the ASRock k7vt6 mobo


turns out the RAID enable in the bios is also used to enable the SATA. but this doesn't mean you have to use RAID to use SATA drives! there's a separate bios to configure the RAID that you can access after the initial boot screen by pressing tab. here, you can delete an existing array or create a new one. deleting the array makes the motherboard see both drives separately, like I wanted. problem solved :)

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ASUS P5LD2 Raid 5 locks windows at MUP.SYS


A stab in the dark. Sound like the MB BIOS expects and is written to have the OS on the  IDE  slot. After that I would add one SATA drive at a time to see if it matters and to see if one of the drives are causing the problem.

Jan 05, 2009 | ASUS P5LD2-VM Motherboard

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Slow transfer from SATA II (IDE) drive to 3 SATA II Drives configured as RAID (1). Drives wouldn't format until we installed the OS onto the RAID -- but it wouldn't install completely. We boot from the...


It appears you have made an error with the RAID configuration. RAID 1 is mirroring and requires an EVEN number of drives unless one is a hot spare. Also, RAID 1 is for redundancy and is slower than a single drive or RAID 0. Verify your RAID configuration and make sure you have RAID 1 and not RAID 0 or RAID 5 which can be an even or odd number of drives.

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Sata raid config


first check your bios & see what raid chips are enabled,usually there's 2. Your main raid is on the first 4 sata connectors, the other chipset probably controlls the remaining sata ports. So if there's an option to disable one raid chip,disable one,just not the one that you're using. I don't know what your bios screen looks like,so this is just a general view based on my experences with various boards,mainly asus.

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Raid


I might guess two things: 1. the battery failed (and has been replaced), 2. the motherboard has both SATA and IDE sockets for hard disks and you are using IDE.
If the latter, (and the BIOS settings were lost when the battery went) the BIOS setting would default to SATA hard disks and produce the mesage in the POST screen of, 'The number of disks is not adequate to create a RAID array' and no keys will work in the POST screen except ESC.
Repeatedly press DELETE (on most computers) on start up, ignore the POST screen, and the BIOS settings screen will come up. Check the date and reset, then goto INTERGRATED PERIPHERALS and reset SATA to IDE, save and exit. This cured my problem.

Feb 27, 2008 | ASUS K8V-MX Motherboard

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Motherboard


Most of the new systems and motherboards support SATA connectors onboard. In your case there is none as you have found. So the best option is always upgrading to a new motherboard in case you need to add more SATA drives. You can also try to find SATA add-on cards, may a little costly types. These cards use PCI interface and very easy to install but hard to find one. I hpoe you could find one from a hardware store near you. If your motherboard has ordinary PCI slots then the SATA adpter will be less costly, otherwise (if it features a PCI-X slot) it will be costly. Following is a simple description on what the market has to offer: SATA II - 150 4Ports PCI-X with NCQ, Raid 0+1, Raid 0 and Raid 1 ! You can upgrade your desktop computer to have four Channels Serial ATA Generation 1 and Generation 2 transfer rate of 1.5 Gbps. The board provides a 64bit, 133 MHz PCI interface on the host side and four, fully compliant Serial ATA ports on the device side to access Serial ATA storage devices such as hard disk drive, ZIP drive, CD-ROM, CD-RW, DVD-ROM. Note: Fault tolerance: RAID 0 (Striping), RAID 1 (Mirroring), RAID 0+1 (mirrored-stripping) and RAID 1+S (Mirrored-Sparing) improve the data performance and provide the data redundancy and rebuilding.

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