Win XP SP2 : SATA on RAID0 to SATA (without RAID)

Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by Dupondt2, Feb 24, 2007.

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  1. Dupondt2

    Dupondt2 Registered Member

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    Hello,

    I'm owning a laptop with 2*60GO HD on RAID0 SATA. I'm running windows XP SP2 on it. This laptop has got problems with the raid controller and I'd like to break the RAID0 system to split the volume into the 2*60GO instead of raid0 with 120go. I have more than approximatively 70go or free space on the raid volume, and therefore I'd like to clone the volume on raid0 and restore it on one of the 1 SATA drive after breaking the raid. I can make an image of the volume on a LAN computer.
    I was wondering if trueimage could do all that for me and restore the image file from a LAN computer (I already have a bartPE bootbale CD with my network card drievrs and raid drivers but i made it using the official site gide, there for without any trueimage tools on it) ?

    Thanks for your help :)
     
  2. MudCrab

    MudCrab Imaging Specialist

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    You would have to boot from the Acronis Rescue CD in "full" mode and see if it recgonizes your drives and your network shares. If it does then I don't see why what you're trying to do wouldn't work.

    If you need to create another BartPE cd that includes TI then I would think that shouldn't be too difficult since you've been through the process already.
     
  3. Dupondt2

    Dupondt2 Registered Member

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    Hello,
    Thanks for the reply.
    I managed to do the operation successfully this sunday :).
    I integrated trueimage 10 plugin with bartpe then i booted on it, transfered the image file onto the 2nd HD from network, then ran trueimage from bootcd and restored the image from 2nd HD to the 1st HD.
     
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