The cable 4-conductor supports the Serial ATA protocol and connects a single drive to the desktop board. Select the Advanced menu, then the Drive Configuration menu. It allows up to 3. Read Me pdf OS: Capacity of 1 hard drive.
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Combined capacity of all hard drives. Switch the Drive Mode option from Legacy to Enhanced. Thanks TIA for any input. You’ll rsid to choose a username for the site, which only take a couple of moments here. When you press F6, it may appear as if nothing happened as a dialog box will not appear and you will not immediately see a prompt. A Performance as compared to single hard drive performance B Assumes all hard drives are of the same capacity.
Glad to hear you solved your problem. Combined capacity of 2 hard drives. All drivers used are latest downloaded from Intel site. From this page http: Ask a Question Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question?
You likely will not see any sort of dialog box appear at the time you press F6. Fast read Fast write. Try a BIOS recovery. Are your driver and BIOS updated. The cable 4-conductor supports the Serial ATA protocol and connects a single drive to the desktop board.
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Better read Slightly degraded write. These numbers aren’t meaningful to optical drives. Should something happen to the RAID volume, the operating system should not be impacted. SATA 2 Raid question. If your power supply does not include a SATA power connector, you will need an adapter. Fast read Slightly degraded write. Combined capacity of all hard drives minus 1.
Make sure you have the latest BIOS version for your desktop board. I have no problem if drives are separate and not in RAID config. F6 Driver Disk Note: Attach the other cable end B to the drive. See the section titled ‘Create Volume Manually’ for additional information.
Go to the Boot menu. Jim Macklin, Nov 9, RAID 5 with write-back cache. Intel says that green motherboards do not support RAID 0 and that black mobo do.
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It’s a dark brown or black color. Fastest read Fastest write. RAID 5 without write-back cache.