I'm running Windows 7. My C: drive is two 15k.3 6Gbs 300GB Segate Savvio SCSI drives in RAID 1.
There is an internal Crucial m4 CT512M4SSD2 Internal Solid State Drive, but the OS does not
recognize it as an SSD drive when I attempt to optimize the drive. Why did this just happen
and what can be done to fix it?
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Is the Crucial directly connected to the computer? Or does the RAID use it as a cashe?
If it's directly connected to the computer, Press Win-R and type "compmgmt.msc" <enter>. Then go to Storage->Disk management. What do you see there (or take a screen shot)?
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