I would like to have additional information about your system configuration. Please run the following utility and attach the results.
I believe I can follow the steps here Move a RAID 1 Volume to Larger Hard Drive and then once I remove the second original drive just leave it like that so the only drive in there is the SSD and it's not in a RAID state. Obviously I would skip the rebuild part at the end. let me know what you think. MY steps would be:
- Remove one of the two original drives after shutting down and replace with blank SSD
- power up the PC, initiate the rebuild to copy the data to the SSD
- Power down once the RAID has rebuilt the data to the SSD, then use Ctrl + I to get into the raid config and choose "reset disks to non-raid" save and power off.
- Remove the last original drive and leave only the SSD and since there is nor more raid it should boot.
Here is a link to the summary results XML file:
Thank you for the system report.
Yes, breaking the array and rebuild this raid 1 volume is the way to go.
Since this is a raid 1, the computer will boot with any of the drives since it will contain system files.
Thanks for confirming!
Worked as expected!