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What is "Disk 0 at ID 0 on Bus 0" and how do I ensure proper disk is there?

By mgmiod ·
I have this burning/nagging question in light of some recent Vista x64 Complete Pc Backup Problems. You can read about them here:

http://www.vistax64.com/vista-general/75491-complete-pc-restore-problem.html

What is meant by "Disk 0 at ID 0 on bus 0"??

How do I ensure that a RAID 0 disk is to be found at "Disk 0 at ID 0 on bus 0"??

I have two 80gb SATA disks in a P5N32-E SLI motherboard at SATA 1 and SATA 2 positions. Then I have two stand alone hard drives 400gb each at SATA 3 and SATA 4 sockets there are two remaining open slots for two additional SATA devices at SATA 5 and 6. When i go to install Windows XP Pro 32bit it tells me that my RAID 0 drive is at Disk 0 at ID 1 on BUS 0.
Xp setup lists my two 400gb drives as C and D and I can't figure out why.

What is meant by "Disk 0 at ID 0 on bus 0"??

How do I ensure that a RAID 0 disk is to be found at "Disk 0 at ID 0 on bus 0"??

How can I get that to "align" properly at Disk 0 at ID 0 on BUS 0.
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