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Yes, it is possible to do that.
So far, i tried a raid 0 on two drives, and a raid 1 on other two drives last time. It works fine, so i cannot find any reason why it wont work. The board supports raid 5/10 as well.
I went on the raid bios using Ctrl + I and select the two drives that you want to create the raid 1 and then select the 4 drives that you want to create the raid 5. (I think you select the drives by pressing space bar)
If you need help how to configure let me know, i can explain to you later.
Thanks, I don't have the motherboard yet but will buy it now.
To be honest, it is a very good board, i dont have any complaint for this board. There is the feature AMT, try to read more on it, you will find it very interesting.
There is basic information on the support page of the board DQ45CB, there is a section, troubleshooting AMT FAQ.
Anyway, best of luck for new board.
I have just got the same board with 4 GB Kingston DDR2 with Core 2 Quad processor Q9400. I want to Setup RAID 0/1 on Red hat Linux AS 4 Update 2 so do you have any idea for it. Also in XP it show on 3 Gb Ram instead of 4 GB. thanks & regards