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convert 2 combined dynamic SSDs to basic type for OS install (win 7)

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Hello Everyone,

I want to combine 2 SSDs into one single ssd and install OS in it.

But the Problem is that, I have tried to combine the SSDs in win 10 disk management, but it only combines in dynamic type and win-7 will only be install in basic type.

Actually I have a digital machine (used in making porcelain tiles) in which they have factory build PC, and that PC has 2 SSDs combined and runs win 7

All I want is to clone that factory build PC, in-case of emergency (as the machine runs 24/7/365 days) I could use that backup PC I build, as that factory build PC cost more than 30 times the actual cost for that build.

I have all the clone parts require to build that PC, and I also know how to copy the OS to other disk, so Only Help I need is that how do I combine SSDs into Basic type so that i can copy all OS to it (the factory system only supports 2 SSDs combined to run different software that's why this much mess I am going through).

I have attached images of the factory build PC with 2 SSDs combined runs win7 and there specs

 

 

Thanks and Regards

Prince Bhimani

 

disk management.jpeg

specs.jpeg

factory build pc with 2 SSD combined.jpeg

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Most likely the original system is using motherboard RAID. What type/size are the SSDs on the original machine?

 

3 minutes ago, Prince Bhimani said:

the factory system only supports 2 SSDs combined to run different software

That doesn't make much sense...

 

 

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-> Moved to Storage Devices

 

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21 hours ago, Kilrah said:

Most likely the original system is using motherboard RAID. What type/size are the SSDs on the original machine?

 

That doesn't make much sense...

 

 

Actually i have tried to in install the factory OS in one ssd, but the ssd gets corrupted every time, that's why I need Identical setup.

the size and company of factory build pc SSD is attched below, it has 2 of it.

Motherboard raid just make a copy of the OS to other SSD.. or not? ( I am not sure of that can you help me)

What I need is combing the storage capacity of the both SSD in to one and run win7

ssd.jpeg

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In the picture, those two drives look suspiciously like HDDs, not SSDs

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it does matters, if its ssd or hdd...the only thing matters is we have to combine 2 storage device into one and run win-7...the thing is that I have tryed using one single storage device but it get corrupted with in 6 months as the whole system runs 24/7...

the factory people says that if the run 2 disks then it will lower the load on the disks as the task is divided and can run faster

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