I used to have two IDE HDDs, then i upgraded to two additional drives, both SATA.
So at this point, i have four HDD's, two IDE and two SATA.
The IDE's and one SATA are 80gigs, the other Sata is 120.
My primary HDD starts to act funny, so i replace it. However, i buy a 300gig SATA, because the local place where i buy them was having a sale on them. (100 bucks!)
So, i take out the old IDE, put windows on the other 80 IDE, and get ready to move my data around to where i want it.
I can only see two SATA drives.
Now, heres the obvious concern:
Is it possible to view a non-raided drive through a raid controlled SATA port?
I have a Gigabyte K8NS 939-Ultra motherboard.
It has 4 SATA ports. Two are standard, two are raid.
Is there a limitation to what Windows can display?
I also tried setting up two of the drives in raid, but they show up as seperate drives in windows, yet i have them set up as an array in the bios.
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