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I was hoping to use a ram drive to store a randomly generated file that is written to the raid 0 array, and then read, and checksum is verified against what's on the ram drive.

Lather, rinse, repeat.

I'm having weird corruption issues, and I'm trying to test if it is the eSATA controller, or the RAID 0.

Any ideas? I was thinking of using a simple batch file.

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