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During early stage boot-up, the RAID is implemented by the firmware.

When a protected-mode operating system kernel such as Linux or a modern version of Microsoft Windows is loaded, the drivers take over.

Instead they rely on non-linux software to perform the rebuild.

If your system cannot rebuild a drive in the BIOS RAID setup utility, you are strongly encouraged to use mdraid (pure Linux Software Raid via mdadm - see RAID) instead of dmraid or you will find yourself unable to rebuild an array in case of a drive failure - or unable to retrieve information from your array in case of a motherboard failure without a lot of additional work.

And why was I able to re-install windows 7 using a upgrade copy? Windows does not always install the bootloader into both disks.

It could be that the BIOS update swapped the port locations somehow on the system and the RAID0 disks were inverted.

dmraid is comparable to mdraid (pure Linux software RAID) with the added benefit of being able to completely rebuild a drive after a failure before the system is ever booted.

However, be aware that not all BIOS RAID implementations support drive rebuilding.

Reason: The installation steps do not reflect the current Arch Linux installation procedure. Btw, it appears that Intel now recommends mdadm instead of dmraid (see Discussion). See "MBR Install" below for an example of a install using the MBR disk partition layout using intel Fake RAID and mdadm...BUT I was able to do this using an upgrade version of windows 7 (not the full version).(although the old installation of windows was moved to a folder called and its x86 folder deleted when i did this. Why did one installation of windows stop working after a bios update yet an identical installation was not affected?Hardware RAID controllers are expensive and proprietary.To fill this gap, cheap "RAID controllers" were introduced that do not contain a RAID controller chip, but simply a standard disk controller chip with special firmware and drivers.The purpose of this guide is to enable use of a RAID set created by the on-board BIOS RAID controller and thereby allow dual-booting of Linux and Windows from partitions inside the RAID set using GRUB.