As per your other group post a raid array created by one controller is
unlikely to be compatible with a different controller
Please dont multi post, it confuses the issue
"Mtek" <mtek@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> I am running Vista Home Premium. I had been running 2 Western Digital
> 500GB drives in RAID 0 mode. The external enclosure was a Fantom
> The controller was going bad, so I bought a Xtrastor 3.5 x2 HDD
> enclosure which supports RAID 1.
> Anyhow, when I hook it up via USB, it only detects an 8GB drive. Once
> I got it to detect it as a 75GB drive. If I hook it up as an eSATA,
> Vista does not see it at all......
> It should detect close to 500GB since the other 500GB is for the RAID
> I have a PB5 motherboard. I have tried a lot of things via the cables
> and re-booting and such, no luck. Anyone have any suggestions?