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Matrix Storage Manager

idata
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I have an Intel RAID controller in my Dell computer and the most recent version of Matrix Storage Manager. Recently one of my RAID 1 250 G disks failed. I replaced the disk with a 500 G disk and rebuilt the array. I am preparing to replace the remaining 250 G disk with a new 500 G disk. After doing that is it possible to have the system recognize the full 500 G rather than the 250 G it sees now? Please let me know how to do this. Thanks.

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Edward_Z_Intel
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You can create a second volume on the free available space. Check http://www.intel.com/support/chipsets/imsm/sb/cs-021520.htm# 4 http://www.intel.com/support/chipsets/imsm/sb/cs-021520.htm# 4 for details.

idata
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I too had a raid 1 drive fail and replaced the 320 gb drive with a 1tb drive. I then replaced the remaining 320gb drive with another 1tb drive. I then did as suggested, create a second volume for the balance of he size of the drives. The problem I have is that I can see both volumes in Matrix 8.9 but can't see the balance of the drive in windows 7. My c drive still shows up as a 298 gb drive. I would prefer to increase the partition size to the full 1 tb but would be happy to just be able to use the rest of the drive and have it be raid 1. Any Suggestions?

Edward_Z_Intel
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When you create the second RAID volume, it appears as a second disk in Windows. So you'll need to go to Disk Management, initialize the new disk, format it and assign a drive letter.

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