2.2 Setting Up a Non-Bootable NVRAID Array. Shuttle SN27P2, SN27P2 V2

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2.2 Setting Up a Non-Bootable NVRAID Array

Setup Used in This Section

This section assumes the following setup:

RAID arrays can be created/deleted using both MediaShield RAID

BIOS and the MediaShield RAID Manager from Windows. This section only covers basic BIOS setup required for non-bootable array.

Setting Up the BIOS

1. Start your computer, then press Delete to enter the BIOS setup.

The BIOS CMOS Setup Utility window appears.

Figure 2.1 BIOS CMOS Setup Utility Main Window

2. Use the arrow keys to select Integrated Peripherals

(see Figure 2.1), then press Enter .

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3. Use the arrow keys to select IDE function Setup , then press Enter . (See figure 2.2)

Figure 2.2 Integrated Peripherals Window

4. Use the arrow keys to select the RAID Function Setup (see

Figure 2.3), then press Enter. The RAID Config window appears.

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Figure 2.3 RAID Function Setup Window

5. From the RAID Config window, globally enable RAID, then en able the SATA ports with disks that you want to use for RAID.

If RAID is enabled globally but not enabled on the individual SATA port, disks on that port can only be used for non-RAID applications.

In the example in figure 2.4, two SATA ports are enabled, so the non-bootable RAID array can include up to two SATA disks. If there is a disk connected to “SATA 2 Primary” or “SATA 2

Secondary”, it can not be used for RAID.

6. Press F10 to save the configuration and exit.

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