Originally Posted by Drjuice164
That would be raid 1.
As for setting up raid, you would have to go into your BIOS and enable the use of raid. Then when you reboot it should show you some sort of option to load the RAID utility. From there you go ahead and setup your raid config. Reboot, install your OS, Enjoy.
One other note about Raid 0, it may be fast, but it has zero redudency. Meaning if you lose 1 disk, you lose the entire array = all data on those disks lost.
i think you migh have it back words.
with raid 0 half is sent to one drive while the other half is sent to the other drive.
with raid 1 both hard drives bothe get the infromation, thus the reduncey. so actually the 400g is only 200, but you have the back up all the time.