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Is it possible to use RAID for PC? and how do you configure it?  I need a RAID solution to mirror my important hard drive.  Moreover, if you have other idea, please instruct me also.  Thanks so much for your time, and Happy Turkey day!
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Some motherboards have a built in raid controller in BIOS  that would allow you to mirror 2 drives. Should the PC in question not have this feature it you can buy a low end raid card and accomplish the same thing.
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you can also enable software raid in windows but this is only available in server not xp.
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