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2.3.7 Creating Striped Volumes with Parity RAID-5 Volumes 
Striped volumes with parity are also called RAID-5 volumes and can be created using three to 32 disks. 
They provide fault tolerance by calculating parity information, which can be used to recreate the data on the 
other disks, and writing it to a block on one disk as part of the striping operation. Data is striped across all 
the disks in the volume, while parity information is written to one disk in each stripe. The parity information 
can be used to regenerate the missing data should one disk fail. If you lose more than one disk, however, all 
your data will be lost. 
As with mirrored volumes, RAID-5 volumes cannot be extended. However, RAID-5 volumes offer more 
efficient disk utilization than mirrored volumes. You lose the storage space of one disk in the RAID-5 
volume because it is used for parity information. To create a RAID-5 Volume, do the following: 
Click on the 
 button to display the Start Menu 
Point to 
Click on 
Then click on 
In the console three, expand the 
Then click on 
In the details pane, right-click the unallocated space on the dynamic disk on which you 
want to create a simple volume 
On the context menu, click 
 to open the New Volume Wizard 
 to continue
On the Select Volume Type window, select 
Then click 
Select the amount of space to be used for the simple volume 
Then click 
Next, select a drive letter for the simple volume, or choose to mount the new volume to 
an empty NTFS folder 
If necessary, select the file system for the simple volume 
Then click 
 to complete the process

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