We have a computer with 2 SATA slots.
That computer has 1 160GB drive that is almost full.
The motherboard supports on-board RAID. We will be putting in 2 SATA 500GB drives in a RAID 1 configuration.
The OS and filesystem of the 160GB drive is NTFS/Windows SBS 2003
How can we image the contents of the old 160GB drive onto the new 500GB RAID 1 such that the computer will not have to be re-installed.
The ultimate goal is to grow the storage capacity and add _some_ redundancy w/RAID1 while not having to rebuild the system after the hard drive upgrade.
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