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Hard Disk Replacement with Raid 0 or 1

James Danahay
Last Modified: 2016-12-08
I have a windows server that is running raid 0/1 for the root directory. One of the disks has died and needs replacing. But I can't get the same sized disk. If I replace it with a larger disk as I under stand it the disk will work ok but will only format to the size of the original hard disk.
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