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I just installed windows 7 ultimate 32bit on my machine.

I configured the NVIDIA RAID utility on boot to have 2 external 1TB drives drives in RAID0.

I have another 80GB HDD I use as my OS drive.

The system boots fine, but the 2TB RAID volume is not mounted. I go into disk management and mount it without a problem to D:.

However when I reboot, the 2TB RAID volume is again not mounted.

How can I make sure the 2TB RAID volume is mounted every time I boot?

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looks like a question for to me – Andrew Barber Dec 11 '10 at 22:37

You could try using the DiskPart utility and set the Automount option for it:

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