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As you can see, my current motherboard is an ASUS M2N4-SLI. I am looking at purchasing a M2N-SLI Deluxe and would like to know what issues I am going to run into with the change.

Will I have to rebuild my Stripe?
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2* 250 Gb WD SATA2 RAID 0 LG SATA BD-RW Windows 7 x64 22" Proview LCD, 23" ASUS LED 
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It would be better if u formatted your drives and reinstalled vista, so yes you should.
Im not sure you would have to though. Im actually 99% sure it should work without formatting. But its better if u do
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Depends if the raid utility is the same I think.
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dunno if it will work, but when I moved from P5B to Maximus Formula it recognized the raid 0 array and worked.... I still went ahead and formatted it
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If the RAID controllers are compatible (or the same), you will not need to do anything other than reinstall the OS. I was very happy to discover that when switching boards a while back. The mobos had different Southbridges (which I was using for RAID), but the two were compatible. I just wish I would have known that before I spent all of the time backing up my array (better to be safe than sorry, of course).
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