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I'm switching from a p5nd2-sli deluxe to a pw5d2-e

I have raid-0

If I change the mobo, will it no longer read the array? IT's a nvidia stripe array in BIOS, so my assumption is that I will..

it's nforce4 chipset vs 975x chipset

anyone?
 

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If the RAID controller chipset is different, then it is likely that the Array will be broken. Best to backup any data and then try to see how you get on.
 

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I thought so. I guess I'll find out in a few days. I have my data backed up, just a pain reinstalling windows for the 58 billionth time this year..
 

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Originally Posted by PhireX

I thought so. I guess I'll find out in a few days. I have my data backed up, just a pain reinstalling windows for the 58 billionth time this year..


lol

when I built the current 'chine with the raid x0 I had to call Microsoft Activation -----Twice!
 

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you need my activationless w/ sp2 slipstreamed version,

uhh.. I mean i own legit windows...
 

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you know what I reckon you wont but back it up anyway just in case
because an onboard raid controller can be preloaded before entering the setup process on a cd so if you get your drives the right way round as before 1+2 then I dont see why it shouldn't becasue your installing your new bios info before you boot the machine it shoud just overwrite, let me know how you get on I would be interested to know
 
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