What is the difference between RAID and AHCI?
In a hardware raid there must be 2 identical hard disks!
With Windows 7/10 you can use the software raid ! This works from Windows Server 2003.
See here: ► ... Software - Configure RAID 1 from Windows Server 2003 !
This page nicely describes how to configure a software RAID on a Windows Server 2003. This is also valid for all other Windows systems from 2003 onwards, such as Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008. Here you will also find instructions for creating an emergency disk and handling mirrored hard disks (software raid) to to prevent possible emergencies.
AHCI is just a specification or an open interface standard. The throughput of the hard disk is increased by a few percent. This should be deactivated during the installation of Windows XP, as problems can arise, with Windows 7 and 10, 11, 8, 8.1 you can usually carry out the installation without any problems with activated AHCI!
Information about AHCI or "Advanced Host Controller Interface":
... Advanced Host Controller Interface on Wikipedia
software raid = mirrored hard drives!
The advantage is that the second drive does not have to be identical, but must be at least the size of the volume that is to be mirrored in order to enable mirroring.
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