This powerful feature applies to both striped volume (Software RAID 0) and Software RAID-5 volume. By adding drive to RAID, not only the RAID volume expands, but also the computer performance improves.
Note: To add drive to RAID, there must be unused disks available. At the same time, the unallocated space on the disk should be equal or larger than the RAID volume on a single disk.
Step1: Launch AOMEI Dynamic Disk Manager and click "Add Drive to RAID".
Step2: In the pop-up window, click "Next" to follow the wizard. Then choose the RAID volume you want to add drive to and click "Next".
Step3: Select a disk and click "Finish".
Step4: Click "Commit". You can preview the changes or click "View Pending Operations" to confirm what you have done before applying to physical disk.
Do you need rapid read access to large databases or enhanced data reliability? Why not add drive to RAID now?