|09 Jan 2011||#1|
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Hi, my system keeps trying to boot from a RAID 0 setup that is set to bootable, even though the OS is not on that drive and its only for storage.
MY BIOS is limit in the way that i cannot change anything apart from boot order (oem pc)
So my question is..
IS There any way to remove the RAID0 setup from the 2 drives (seagate drives)
or simply disable them being bootable and set them to non-bootable?
IF i can just set it to non-bootable without destroying the RAID, will this delete all data on the RAID HDDS?
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