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RAID-1 Migration

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Hi, I wondering if somebody with RAID experience can answer something. I currently have a 120GB drive that I want to replace with two new 250GB drives - using RAID-1.

I read a little about migrating. Can I do that in my case or will I need to reinstall windows? Maybe I can do it in steps, adding one drive at a time? Or maybe there's a way to do both new drives in one step - as long as all three drives are in at once?

This Intel link might help: Intel Migrating Link. Mine is the Intel® 82801ER I/O Controller Hub (ICH5R). My equipment is in my sig.

Thanks alot!
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