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Old 07-18-2006, 01:24 AM   #1
hardian_97
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Recover file in RAID 5 system using autopsy


Hi All,

I want to recover accidently deleted files in RAID 5 using autopsy program but it is not working. I tried autopsy program in single hard disk and retrieve a deleted file and it works just fine.

The problem is actually lies where I want to add image in autopsy program. I set filesystem image to linux-ext2 or linux-ext3 in autopsy but autopsy is keep saying that the image is not linux-ext2 or linux-ext3. If it's neither of those two filesystems then do you know how can I add the RAID 5 system image to autopsy?

Thank you for your time and concern,

With kind regards,
Hardian
 
  


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