So I have 4 drives that are "Unconfigured Good". They are not in any virtual drive. I want to present them without change them to JBOD. How to make my drives visible to OS keeping them as separate drives (not putting them into any kind of RAID)?
Connect them to a controller that doesn't do RAID. Or check your controller's manual. Many allow you to setup your disks as a single disk RAID 0 array, and then they would be visible to the OS as single
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