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Move Bootable Win 7 C: NFPS from current Raid 1 array to a new 1 TB Raid 1 Array - what's best approach?

Question asked by gendun on Apr 1, 2018
Latest reply on Apr 7, 2018 by gendun


Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit SP1

ASUS A88X-PRO BIOS v1301 6/24/2014

AMD A8-7600 Radeon R7, 10 Compute Cores 4C+6G 3.10 GHz

NVIDIA GeForce 210 Driver 341.44

VGA = Dell P2714H @ 1920x1080

DVI = Acer S271HL @ 1920x1080

Power Supply OCZ ModXStream-PRO 500W - OCZ500MXSP



Currently I have RaidXpert2 installed -

AMD RAIDXpert2 Driver Version: 6.1.0-00117

GUI Version: 6.1.5-00022


Raid XPert is currently showing

So you can see I'm getting errors on Disk 0 0

I have 2 new SanDisk 1 TB Stat 6B SSD's - SDSSDH3-1T00 & what I'd like to do is install them , add a new Raid array & move the data to that, & then make this my new home for C: for Win7

I can figure out how to install & build a new array, but a bit unsure on how to do this... any guidance ? Reading through the documentation, but not entirely clear on the right sequence to follow


Also, am I using the right version of Raid Xpert ?

I'm seeing screenshots of a different User Interface in places like the following, but can't find where to upgrade to what appears to be a new & improved Raid Xpert UI

Qtools Software - HowTos - RAIDXpert - Migrate to RAID1

windows 7 - AMD Raid (RaidXpert) and expanding RAID 1 logical drives - Super User