Thank you for contacting the Intel community.
I will be more than glad to help you with this today, before making any changes in your system I strongly recommend doing a back up of your system to avoid any lose of data.
At the following link you can follow the steps to move a RAID 1 volume to Larger Hard Drives or the same size.
Please let me know if you can get it done, just follow the steps as it shows on the link I posted.
this week I got the 2 new Hard Disks and I replaced the old one's as described in the manual you provided me earlier.
(It was easier, because I replaced with the same size).
But now I have a question to the following configuration I see in the RSTe Application (regarding the speed):
- Controller 0, Slot 0 : independent HD 2TB (Speed: 6 GB/sec)
- Controller 0, Slot 1 : Raid-Array 1 HD1 1TB (Speed: 6 GB/sec)
- Controller 0, Slot 2 or 3 : Raid Array 1 HD2 1TB (Speed: 3 GB/sec)
I changed HD2 to get 6 GB/sec speed at Slot 2 or 3, but no success.
I added the old HD (replaced at Slot 1) at Slot 2 or 3 to see if i get 6 GB/sec, but always 3 GB/sec.
Now my question(s):
1. The Controller is only possible to have 6 GB/sec at Slot 0 and 1 - correct ? (or is the controller defect?)
2. Should I connect Raid-Array Hard Disks at Slot 0 and 1 to have maximum speed for the Raid-Array ? (the 2TB HD is only for backup, images, and so on).
3. If the answer for question 2 is "yes", how to do ? (remove 2 TB HD and reconnect / rebuild Raid-Array first and then reconnect 2 TB HD ?)
In this case, you will need to connect both HDDS on the SATA port you had the other two, if you get 3GBs this is most likely the maximum speed this SATA port can support, if there is another way to get the 6GBs it is perhaps in the BIOS but I cannot confirm it because this is an OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) system.
At this point I strongly recommend contacting you motherboard or system manufacturer to ask what will be the speed on those SATA ports and if there is a way to configure it in the BIOS, perhaps a BIOS update can help.
I’m glad that this issue has been resolved and I appreciate you have taken your time to let me know that it was solved.
I hope you can have a good experience with your system from now on.