Please check there are not partitions on your SSD. If there is any, you would need to delete the volume or the partition. Do not format the drive.
I found a boot manager partition that is 100MB in addition to the Windows 7 partition. From your response, I assume I need to get rid of it and then run startup repair on Windows 7 to insure it will start properly. Do you agree?
thanks in advance
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Where do you have Windows 7 installed?
Because, if you have the OS installed on the SSD, you cannot use it to accelerate the RAID. To accelerate the RAID, the SSD needs to be empty.
Please go to "Disk management" and check if the SSD has any partition. In order to have the “accelerate” option on the RST, all the space on the SSD needs to be unallocated.
Please let me know,
Okay - I figured it out.
My RAID 1 array was in recovery mode. After I modified it to be a RAID 1 volume again, the acceleration option appeared when I clicked on performance.
thank you for your help.
No problem! I'm glad to know you were able to fixed it.