RE: Greyed out
It's in Disk Manager.
This is less fatal than striping without parity or mirrors if one disk
fails and works with existing files as long as you have NTFS.
If it's greyed out as it is on my laptop XP, look up MS knowledge base.
Maybe I have something turned off, or it has to be on a separate drive..
Dunno. I've every service that I don't need turned off, unlike the
typical (broken) Windows Installation. (Why does EVERY protocol
automatically bind to a newly added network device?).
Actually if I do "Add" rather than "Change" it lets me mount existing
drives or partitions on same drive anywhere. Not greyed out then.
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