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Old February 26, 2013, 06:29 PM
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You can convert it to a Dynamic Disk in Windows and then create a Mirrored volume. That's effectively RAID1 at a purely software level, granted it would only show up under Windows.

If you plugged the drives into another non-Windows machine, you'd see 2 disks with identical contents.

Assuming you stick to Intel as your platform and use ICHR for your RAID, it transfers perfectly fine between motherboards as well.
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