Will adding eATA interfere with my current RAID setup?

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Hard drives
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Windows Hardware
Windows Vista
I just go a new eATA 1.5 TB harddrive what i like to ad to my setup as data back up drive on board i have 4 eATA conections 2 are used for raid 0 this is the setup CybertronPC X-Cruiser SLI AMD Gaming PC – AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000+ 2.6GHz, 4GB DDR2-667, 2x250GB SATA II (RAID 0), DL DVD±RW, 2x NVIDIA 7300GT 512MB SLI Video, Gigabit LAN, Windows Vista Business 64 Bit the only drives i have used on othere computers was normal ATA drive where you set one master and so on. How to i setup this on so raid 0 wont get killed?? Thank you

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Ok hier is a update for my backup harddrive .I was litte miss informed with my type of the hard drive yes it is eATA 1.5 TB hard drive but the connections are SATA setup (i din’t know that) till i checked the bios of the computer it self and i had no problem to istall it . Vista formated the drive with no problem and i’m good to go.What was a little confusing to me was the raid setup normal i had to ad only the same type of drives to the system.But it worked with the newer computer.

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