[clug-talk] Raid 0 Data Recovery problem
hschaink at infovisi.com
Tue Nov 16 12:32:34 PST 2004
Considering the on-board chip is made by Highpoint, I recommend your
friend buy a Highpoint add-in RocketRAID card model 100 or 133.
Then he needs to mount the 2 drives in _exactly_ (mark channel0 and
channel1 on the IDE cables) the same configuration as he had on the
failed motherboard. Hopefully, the card will recognize the RAID array
configuration and bring back his data.
Dave Watkins wrote:
> Hi All,
> I have a friend in Edmonton that has the following motherboard:
> The board has recently failed and he's attempting to get back the contents
> of his two 80GB Seagate IDE drives. Config is Raid 0, simple striping
> hardware raid with NTFS.
> Anyone have any suggestions on the best way/utility to recover the data?
> Dave Watkins
> Calgary, Alberta, Canada
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