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Connect the power cord to the hard drive. The serial ATA cable is used to transfer data of very high frequency. It is suggested not to connect and disconnect it too often, because the connectors are easily damaged.

Figure 11 3. Meanwhile at the bottom of the screen, you can see the model numbers of hard drives connected to the channels, the capacity, the RAID status and class.

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Set according to the prompt window. Please refer to 3. Please refer to Chapter 5. You can set a new array from Array 0 to 7. The number is simply for the system identification. After rebooting, the system will assign the newly set array a smaller number. It begins with Array 0. The rebuilding time depends on the size of RAID. The hardware setting related to each RAID mode is briefly described below.

Please refer to Chapter 5 and Appendix A. After selection, the screen will prompt Please select disks to create array, and the cursor will move to the display area of hard drive at the bottom of the screen. Green highlighted items can be selected but purple ones cannot. Purple items are used in another array.

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After selection, you have to to determine the hard drives stripe block size. That depends on the size of files the array intends to access in order to use the hard drives fully.

For example, you can select a larger stripe size for the array whose image files you will frequently access. If there isn t any special use, you are suggested to set as 64K. Figure 14 3. If the two hard drives you have chosen contain the same data, or different data that you don t want to keep, you can select Create Only.

But if not, please choose one of them as the source hard drive label is disk0 or disk1and copy the data from the source one to another. Figure When one of the hard drives in mirror array is damaged, you have to power off, then change the bad hard drive. Please notice that if you connect the newly removed hard drive back to AEC, in the channel display area at the bottom of BIOS screen, the hard drive will be added to a new array ACARD AEC-6895 PCI 4 Channel RAID Controller number is different from the original mirror array.

After choosing Build Mirror Disk, you will find the prompt: If you want to update the hard drive s contents in the array, click 1 to change to Non RAID, then combine it with another correct hard drive into ACARD AEC-6895 PCI 4 Channel RAID Controller Array according to the instructions on the screen.

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If you want to reserve the hard drive s contents, click 2 to cancel the RAID setting so as to add the array you want to reserve. Figure 15 3. Besides, you have to select stripe block size, too JBOD Mode This mode means to add all selected hard drives and make them become a big one. Data will be automatically saved into the next hard drive when the present hard drive is used up.

The system will detect a new device and require a directory to access. Select Install from a list or specific location Advanced. Then click Next. Figure 17 3. Follow the wizard.

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