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Virtual Disk Array Wizard

The Virtual Disk Array Wizard will guide you through the process of assembling together parts of existed array.

To start this wizard you have to do one of the following:

  • Click the RAID button on the toolbar, or
  • Click Tools > Virtual Disk Arrays... in command toolbar.

Follow the wizard steps prompted to complete Disk Array creation.

Select Disk Array Type

On this screen, you should select one of the type of Disk Array you want to create.

It can be on of those: Span, Stripe, Mirror or RAID-5.

After selecting appropriate type of array, click Next button to continue.

Compose Disk Array from Available Disks

On this screen, you can select disk that will be a part of creating Disk Array and their sequence.

To make one of available disks be a part of Disk Array you should one of the follows:

  1. Select one of the disk presented in Available Disks and then click Add button - disk will be moved to Selected disks list.
  2. Double-click on of the disk presented in Available Disks and it will be moved to Selected disks list.

To remove any of selected disks you should one of the follows:

  1. Select one of the disk presented in Selected Disks and then click Remove button - disk will be moved back to Available disks list.
  2. Double-click on of the disk presented in Selected Disks and it will be moved back to Available disks list.

To clear Selected Disks just click Remove All button.

You also can change the order of selected disks. To do that, select one of the disk and click Up or Down button to let move the disk selected in desired position.

Click Next button to continue.

Set Disk Array Geometry

On this screen, you can specify the final Disk Array geometry.

To use default values select Use Default settings. To set own values, select Specify Custom settings and enter your values disk geometry in appropriate fields.

Click Next button to continue.

Confirm Virtual Disk Array Creation

On this screen you can verify information about the Disk Array to be created.

Click Back button to change settings or click Next button to create Virtual Disk Array.

If creation of Disk Array was successful, you will be able to see opened image under devices or drives list in Explorer Tree View.

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