Quote: Originally Posted by Brink
It doesn't matter if they are in RAID or single so long as they are large enough to restore the image to.
RAID is treated just like any single drive, but you would just need to have RAID setup how you like before restoring the clone to it.
Hope this helps,
Hi Shawn, you say "restore the clone"...it's my understanding that a "clone" does not need to be "restored" because it's an identical bootable copy of the original (you just physically replace the failed drives with the clone). So isn't it better to say "restore/recover the backup" or "restore/recover the image"?
So basically you are saying that after the backup is created (for example to an external USB drive), then I install the new drive/s in the PC (either single, or multiple in any RAID config that I setup from BIOS, Ctrl-I), boot from the Backup Software Boot DVD and restore the backup? What backup solution (free or paid) would be the most simple? Being that it's RAID0 I'd need to perform backups regularly.