yes, I have a onboard ATA array, it always was working fine (and still is). As it is on board (on the Proliant ML330 G3 main board), it is not removable.
I may configure 1 array by RAID 0,1,5,10, but now I have configured 2 ATA arrays, both by RAID 0, in order to have 2 independend HDDs (C: for OS, D: for data).
The SCSI array is "new" (bought at Ebay), it is recognized during boot (but not configurable), and it has been recognized by Windows ("new device detected" - driver installation automatically).
What I intend to do:
- use the ATA-array in future with 2 ATA HDDs by RAID 1 for the OS boot drive C:
- use the SCSI-array in future with 2 SCSI HDDs by RAID 1 for the data drive D:
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