Will updating your BIOS remove RAID 0 Array?

 
 
 

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Anonymous

Hi and good day Rodney,
My question is how can i transfer my OS to another disk if possible?
I bought a corsair 64GB SATA2 SSD, and now i regret it as i'm running out of space often and have to move most of my files to my HDD. I'm planning to buy a new ssd this year if Windows 8 comes out and someting like a 256-500GB ssd becomes cheaper.

Thank you very much,

Kinggornox

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Anonymous (please register),

I did a video on this some time ago, here ya go: http://www.3dgameman.com/q-and-a/308/how-do-you-create-system-image

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Thank you Rodney.

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You're welcome :)

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Forgot to add, I can get them both for exactly the same price (£68).

Anonymous

Hi Rodney, I have a question related to RAID0 as well.

I currently have an AsRock N68C-S UCC motherboard. Really low cost, but does what I needed a couple of months ago.

Right now I need an upgrade due to noticing limitations with my 4870x2 caused by PCI-E 1.0. As well as I want to run crossfire.

On the motherboard I have right now I have a RAID0 array with 3 WD Caviar Blues. My question is if I will loose the RAID0 array, I mean will the new motherboard detect it after enabling RAID in the BIOS? Or will it detect the old array and let me use that?

Also I don't know what to choose, I am low on budget and AsRock is once again the only one able to provide me with all new standards like AM3+, USB3, and all that on a budget. So which one is better Asrock 870 Extreme3 REV2.0 OR ASRock 970 Extreme 3.

Thanks,

Bartek

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