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Yes, ofcourse, we are here to help. Please provide system details so that we know what models we are dealing with. After that we can help you set it up.

Most motherboards come with a chipset in built that provides RAID functionality. So to enable this you would have to go into the BIOS.

If you could provide the make and model that would be helpful in determining where to go and how to do it.

If you have a Intel chipset the names are ICHR8, or ICHR9 or ICHR 10. Then it comes down to what OS you are installing. If its XP, then get your self a floppy drive (or if you have a Slipstreamed CD, thats great) and download and load the SATA RAID drivers on to it and be ready to press F6 as soon as the loading screen appears.
This is just an example with XP, it is different with every OS.

WE can only help you more if you provide more details. Thanks.
 
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