RAIDing Profile Drive


  1. Posts : 17
    Windows 10 Enterprise
       #1

    RAIDing Profile Drive


    My computer has the OS and such on C: and user profiles/documents on D:

    I want to set up RAID for D. I found out I need to clone D to a third drive, set up a storage pool, then clone that third disk back to the storage pool.

    I can't clone to the storage pool using macrium, I get an error saying the sector sizes are in compatible.

    How can I set up RAID with two D: drives containing profiles/documents? I don't need to RAID, clone or do anything with C:.

    Thanks for any help or suggestions!

    (maybe I should stop staying up so late on my weekends to work on my computer, maybe it'll come to me in the morning like the last issue I posted about here).
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  2. Caledon Ken's Avatar
    Posts : 20,965
    Windows 10 Pro x64 Version 1909
       #2

    Hi foxtrot

    Have you seen this tutorial.

    Create a New Pool and Storage Space in Windows 10

    You need a full copy of your d: to copy back into Storage space once created. The warning message in step 5.

    This makes sense, I use the raid on the MB. You create raid and then you copy data into it.

    At the bottom of tutorial are other tutorial links like how to add drives etc.


    Ken
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