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Can I change the RAID setting for my G-RAID?

Can I change the RAID setting for my G-RAID?

The G-RAID is a RAID 0 only device. G-RAID is set in a hardware RAID 0 for high performance and capacity. The G-RAID is not recommended for use as a backup drive due to that RAID 0 does not provide any form of redundancy.


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Article ID: 162 Article Created: 08-13-2013 18:39 PMLast Modified: 08-15-2013 17:59 PM

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