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Kingslayer said:Yes you can use one drive for a raid array. But what's the point? You will get exactly none of the improvements in speed because the data is still located on one physical drive. You will get exactly none of the redundancy safeties because if the drive physically dies you lose EVERYTHING still.
It can be done, but it is 100% pointless.
The Doors said:For Boot Device I can set 'only': Floppy, LS120, Hdd-0, Scsi, Hdd-1, Hdd-2, Hdd-3, Zip100, Lan, and Disabled.
But there's another parameter about Boot from Scsi or Raid, and I've tried with the Raid.
Onestly, really I don't know if I'm really lucky, or what