Question for all you techies: Until recently I dual booted Win2k and some version of Linux (whatever I was playing around with though usually Suse). I recently upgraded my box to take advantage of the on board RAID the Gigabyte mobo I am using by slapping in a couple of 120gig Maxtor 7200rpm drives, and also upgraded Windows to XP Pro in the process. Now when I go to install Linux, I am told at the installation prompt that the 2.6.x kernel doesnt support RAID!! How on earth can a current Linux kernel not support RAID? I would really like to get a Linux OS back on my box, but I also want to keep my drives mirrored. Any suggestions? Edited to add: If the RAID isn't a feasible option, would it be possible to leave Windows on the RAID, install a third hard drive on one of the IDE channels, install Linux on the third hard drive and have GRUB boot Windows off the RAID or Linux off the IDE? Wanna kill these ads? We can help!