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Can you make 2 separate partitions inside a raid 0 array? I need about 60 gigs of my 68.9gb available for regular usage and I want the rest for music so that I can reformat windows without losing my music. Rep+ for help.
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Windows sees and treats your raid array as one single HDD. As such, you can treat it as one single HDD. This means you can make as many partitions as you need.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Athlon64 X2 4200+ @ stock Epox 9NPA+SLI XFX 8800GS 384 4x1GB G.Skill DDR400 @ stock 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
120GB WD + 1TB WD GP + 320GB WD AAJS Mystery DVD-RW Vista Ultimate x64! ViewSonic P220F CRT + KDS 15" CRT 
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$3 Compaq keyboard with pretty aluminum finish ThermalTake PurePower 500W Rosewill R230-P-BK Wired Optical 
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Table. Mouse pads are overrated 
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Thanks, I just did it vista setup. +rep
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