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  1. Have spent some time researching this and it seems that I should be looking for bootable RAID cards.
  2. I didn't think of that, but the problem is that the RAID card appears to only have Windows based software. I bought it a long time ago, not sure what I was thinking when I bought it to be honest. I don't remember whether I had Linux in mind. Most likely, I was expecting it to be recognised by the BIOS. I probably thought that a physical RAID card would be recognised by BIOS by default, so I don't think I even considered that it would be an OS specific thing, so most likely didn't even check this. And then I want my Linux to be RAID 1, can you even create a RAID 1 configuration after you i
  3. Hi, I am trying to make a Windows/Linux dual boot machine. I've got Windows 10 running at the moment. However, I've used up all my SATA ports on my motherboard. I purchased a: https://www.sybausa.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=183 and it works in Windows 10 just fine. The software runs through the web browser. But BIOS doesn't recognise the card or the drives attached to it. So I can't install Linux since the installer can't recognise the target location! I'm guessing I bought the wrong el cheapo RAID card, but I don't know what card to g
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