Windows can't possibly "move all the data to one disk during
defrgmentation", so you have nothing to worry about.
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"TSurfer" <TSurfer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> I have an EVGA nForce 680i motherboard with a hardware RAID controler on
> I installed Vista on a 2 x 150GB Raptor RAID 0 array.I'd like to know if
> Vista disk defragmenter (or the Live OneCare disk defragmenter)supports
> configuration (from a hardware controler)? Because I don't want the
> defragmenter to move all the datas to one disk during defragmentation and
> therefore loosing the speed gain from an RAID 0 array.