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uefi boot and old raid configured external hard drive?
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PostPosted: Sun 29 Oct 2017, 21:13    Post subject:  uefi boot and old raid configured external hard drive?  

Have a uefi dual boot machine-working. Also have old raid slave(?) configured legacy hard drive in and external case. Would like to be able to read/use it. Do have access to working legacy dual boot machine. Unlikely to need files on hard drive, so can format it as needed. Am I going to be able to remove raid config after formatting, or do all uefi boot machines use raid hard drive setup by default (win/'nix?) thx.

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Master raid configured hdd works fine, have put a ufei/legacy boot patition on it and kept it small, the rest is ntfs for data, inc videos from set top box. suspect slave drive faulty, as getting read/write errors. it's being detected, but not accessable. Shame,it's still quite new, use-wise and they're both 500GB WD 3.5" drives. Still, better to have one than none.
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