Did you have any luck?
The machine I purchased recently had RAID1 but I wanted RAID0.
So I backed up all my data and used the Intel Rapid Storage
Technology tool to reorganise the drives as a RAID 0 set (this involved
creating a partition and formatting one of the drives).
The Rapid Storage Tool seems to be saying that it has a 500+ G RAID0 but
Windows Explorer doesn't. And I don' t know how to interpret what Acronis
is saying (see attached images).
Is what I have done correct or is there something else I must do?
Follow up. I rebooted and entered the boot level intel raid setup menu via ctrl-I.
It says I am configured as RAID0 (wonder what it originally said) and have 550G+
of disk space available. But Windows Explorer and Acronis say 279G. Hmmm...
who is right? What is the relationship of the boot level software and the Windows level Intel
Rapid Storage Technology tool?
Can anyone help me be assured that I have, in operation, a true RAID0 configuration?