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    Question KG7-R IDE RAID question

    Will the IDE RAID controller function as a normal IDE port?

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    Will the RAID controller only show the HDs if its in a RAID setup?

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    1.) KG7-R

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    Appreciate either a NO or Yes accompanied with explination.
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    dont you mean e- tenacious?

    ahhh just get serial ATA its cooler

    Yes you will be able to have a HDD as normal.... if thats what you are asking
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    hey thanks

    naw its tenacious e after the band tenacious d, i belong to a group with the initials "TE" and we like to make up a bunch of meanings for it.
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    no you miss my point, e-tenacious would fit in better on these forums (trust me) take a look at the general forum
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