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Raid 0 disks data recovery

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#1 gazzooks


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Posted 14 March 2011 - 01:42 AM

Not sure if this is correct forum for this.

A friends PC's motherboard has packed it in. He had 2 hard drives in Raid 0 configuration in the PC. Is there a way of getting the data off the drives with out having to set them up in Raid 0 again? Can I connect them both to a PC via USB and reconstruct the striped data from both drives?

If so what software is needed?


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#2 sunsetsabunch


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Posted 18 March 2011 - 12:03 AM

I dont have an answer for you.....We are in the same boat....
My motherboard died and I had a two drive raid 0 and need to retrieve the data.

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