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This is the opposite to this: How do I clone a RAID 0 array to a single disk?

I have a single SSD of 128GB, and I want to move it to 2x240GB SSD in RAID0.

The reason: My windows is installed in one SSD of 128GB and I'm fighting a lot with the free space I want to move everything to a bigger disk, without reinstalling anything, just replace the disk. I guess is not problem with cloning the 128GB into another of 240GB, but I'm not sure what happen if I want to use 2 new 240GB ssd in RAID0, they must be empty and install everything from zero in that case or I can clone my current SSD into one of my new SSD and then configure the RAID0 without losing any data and without installing windows again?

  • What OS? What is driving the RAID0? – davidgo May 30 at 5:19
  • Windows 10, what do you mean driving the RAID0? I can setup that from the BIOS (MSI GS70 Stealth). Question edited to add more info – Enrique May 30 at 16:30

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