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RAID ML310 G3

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I have a HP ML310 G3 with the internal RAID 0,1 controller. In this momet we have one 80 gb SATA disk and one 250 gb SATA disk in raid 0.  My question is. can i out another 80 gb disk and 250 disk and build two seperates RAID1 without erasing all and start from scratch with a backup?
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I don't believe you can, I would suggest using Acronis Drive image to take a copy of the partitions, create a bootable CD recovery disk, then setup the RAID and restore, shouldn't be too painful
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The problem is you have both drives in one raid 0 so logically you now only have one logical drive. The only way to accomplish this is using imaging software as the above suggestion. You can use other software than Acronis if you want for example: Paragon, Symantec Backup .... but it is the only choice.

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