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Hello all

I would like to run two SSD's in RAID 0 as bootable OS, and use my current HDD as storage

Question - If I have a problem with one of the SSD's, is there a way to boot up from my HDD as back up?


Edited by Digerati, 15 October 2011 - 08:00 PM.
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Good Heavens, I don't think your post is in a big enough font. Post it again, I can hardly read that :)

To answer your question, if you make the HDD bootable in the first instance then yes. Bear in mind a RAID 0 setup has no redunancy so if an SSD fails the entire RAID will fall down. Plus there is no major performance boost from using it anyway.
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Some reading for you.

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