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Can a single SATA drive be used on a raid motherboard in non-Raid mode?
 
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Previously Bob B <bobb@webjogger.net> wrote:
> Can a single SATA drive be used on a raid motherboard in non-Raid mode?

Depends. Usually it works. What controller?

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"Bob B" <bobb@webjogger.net> wrote in message news:423e126f_3@newsfeed.slurp.net
> Can a single SATA drive be used on a raid motherboard in non-Raid mode?

Does it say anywhere that it can't?
 
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Folkert Rienstra <see_reply-to@myweb.nl> wrote in
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> Bob B <bobb@webjogger.net> wrote

>> Can a single SATA drive be used on a raid motherboard in non-Raid mode?

> Does it say anywhere that it can't?

They dont all say that clearly.
 
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On Tue, 22 Mar 2005 13:38:57 +1100, "Rod Speed" <rod_speed@yahoo.com>
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>Folkert Rienstra <see_reply-to@myweb.nl> wrote in
>message news:3a907nF68ksahU1@individual.net...
>> Bob B <bobb@webjogger.net> wrote
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>>> Can a single SATA drive be used on a raid motherboard in non-Raid mode?
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>> Does it say anywhere that it can't?
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>They dont all say that clearly.
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Could you give us an example of a board which does not support a
single drive. That seems like very odd behaviour to me.
 
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Curious George <cg@email.net> wrote in message
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> Rod Speed <rod_speed@yahoo.com> wrote
>> Folkert Rienstra <see_reply-to@myweb.nl> wrote
>>> Bob B <bobb@webjogger.net> wrote

>>>> Can a single SATA drive be used on a raid motherboard in non-Raid mode?

>>> Does it say anywhere that it can't?

>>They dont all say that clearly.

> Could you give us an example of a board which does not support a single drive.

That was never very clear from the documentation, whether it did or not.

> That seems like very odd behaviour to me.
 

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