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Old 30th Oct 2016, 17:39   #1
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asus x99 delux-replacement will pick up current raid 1

Hello Asus.

Raid question when swapping out for a repaired or replacement..

For the Asus X99 Delux (excellent board recommend) I have a nicely set up RAID 1 with two small drives.

If I put in a replacement or repaired Asus X99 Delux (system fault, inside warranty) once I get it back from the vendor. Will it automatically pick up the current RAID 1?

In the BIOS under EZ mode, I do not see any option to save the RAID config out to a USB drive.

So in short if you take your ASUS X99 send it for a repair or replacement, when it comes back will it automatically pick up the current Raid 1 set up (read off the drives?) If not how do I back up my raid config to hopefully import into my replacement Asus X99-Dulux.

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Old 30th Oct 2016, 18:22   #2
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Short answer; yes. Just set SATA ports to RAID on the replacement board and it should pick up form where it left off.
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Old 30th Oct 2016, 18:33   #3
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It should do, yes. I swapped from a SOC Champion to the ASRock ITX board and it recognised it as soon as I set the BIOS to RAID. All data in tact, which I was most surprised by as it is a RAID0 array after all. As long as the chipset is the same, so X99 > X99, you should be absolutely fine.
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