Mainboard: Intel D975XBX2
Processor: Intel Core Duo 2 2.4 Ghz E6600
RAM: 2 x 1Gb Corsair DDR2 800
RAID: 2 x Seagate ST3160812SV 160Gb 7200 RPM SATA 3.0Gb/s drives
The original drive is another Seagate 80Gb IDE drive.
The system went together easily, and is functioning fine. The RAID is installed properly, both the BIOS and Windows can see it (it is installed as E: currently). It is formatted as a 127GB Windows partition with an unused part (I assume Vista will fix this?)
Seagate's drive management tool failed to transfer the old drives contents over. I have bought Norton's Ghost v. 10.0, and have tried to use that several times. It does move everything over, but the new drives will not boot the machine. I get the light blue screen with the darker blue bands on the top and bottom and the Windows XP logo, but nothing else. I did check the 'Make new drive bootable' option on Ghost, but if I remove the old 'c:' drive, nothing works. Does anyone have a clue how to get the RAID working so I can retire the old hard drive?