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    Raid to Single SSD

    I am running 2x 256gb ssd in Raid 0 can I transfer that setup to a single 512gb ssd using Acronis software. Like clone the Raid 0 over to new ssd??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardass View Post
    I am running 2x 256gb ssd in Raid 0 can I transfer that setup to a single 512gb ssd using Acronis software. Like clone the Raid 0 over to new ssd??
    Yup dude you can do just that !

    Done it many times, on older versions of Acronis I used to use the 'disk' option and untick to copy the MBR.

    Sometimes has issues booting, but could resolve that by sticking in the Windows 7 disk, and letting it troubleshoot the issue and repair the MBR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mongoled View Post
    Yup dude you can do just that !

    Done it many times, on older versions of Acronis I used to use the 'disk' option and untick to copy the MBR.

    Sometimes has issues booting, but could resolve that by sticking in the Windows 7 disk, and letting it troubleshoot the issue and repair the MBR.
    Going to give it a shot. Thanks.

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    If you have an issue you can get the plus pack which will allow you to slipstream in the driver. It was 10 bucks back in the day, but I found it to be irreplaceable when moving arrays and OS from different controllers. Acronis FTW
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    Thanks guys, I went with fresh install. Just made more sense.

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