I recently got a new desktop computer that has a Asus Z68 Extreme4 Gen3 motherboard in it and wanted to configure RAID 0 on a couple terabyte hard drives to provide better performance and more space to my primary volume. Initially I didn’t see how to configure the RAID as I am used to an external hardware RAID card that has its own BIOS. After a little bit of poking I was able to locate the setting to enable RAID and then configuring it was fairly standard. Below I describe the setting to enable RAID on the Z69 Extreme4 Gen3 mobo and how to configure a new RAID 0 volume once RAID is enabled.asus, asus z68 extreme4 gen3, BIOS, motherboard, raid, raid 0, raid 1, raid 10, raid 5, sata, sata mode, storage configuration, volume, z68
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Apr 15 2012
Opening your Xbox 360 is fairly easy however you will need the proper tools and to make sure that you don’t lose any of the parts during process. Below I have listed the necessary tools and all of the steps necessary to open up your Xbox 360 to either upgrade any parts such as the fans or to fix some of the known problems that occur on the Xbox 360 yourself.circuit board, CPU, dvd rom, face plate, fan assembly, fan cover, flathead, gpu, heat sink, metal case, microsoft, motherboard, needle nose pliers, plastic case, plastic clips, screwdriver, t10, t10 torx, torx, xbox, xbox 360
Nov 01 2008
After replacing the system board in a Dell d420 using these instructions the Dell laptop would not boot. When attempting to power on the laptop the scroll lock, num lock, and caps lock key would flash once followed by the bluetooth light flashing once and then it would lose power.
The reason for the above issue is typically one of two items which are listed below.boot, d420, Dell, laptop, mobo, motherboard, notebook, RAM, system board