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Old 03-16-2010, 03:50 AM   #1
marcus556
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RAID 0 Crash


Ok this is a post from another site that i havent gotten help from yet.

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I am all screwed up and it started with one drive and now all 4 drives i had plugged into my raid controller will not work. I found Easeus and used it to recover my files off both raid arrays. Ill start with the first and then the second

First Array

2x patriot memory WARP SSD 32gb RAID 0

One day came home and operating system was frooze so i hit the reset button an a blue screen of death would pop up everytime it tryed to boot. I tryed useing windows server backup but it wouldnt work. I then tryed to just format an reinstall but one of the disk will not format. I broke the array up and only one disk works the other is still seen and it says raw. I used easeus to recover the data but now i want to format it an use it as a seperate disk. I tryed going into bios to and deleteing the array but it pops right back up. Is there anyway to delete this or use this disk at all?

Second array

2x Samsung 1tb drives Raid 0

Basicly i unplugged them with the power off so i could plug my NEW OS drive in and the bad drives. (the OS was on the first array but went bad so i put it on a new one) When i plugged them back in the BIOS says healthy array but when i get into windows it doesn not show the drives. Any answer to why this is happening?

Thanks i hope this helps someone help me out thanks!

Marcus

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I have done some research and i see a bunch of commands that might work in linux. I am currently running Parted Magic and trying the dmraid commands fdisk commands hdparm commands everything. The first raid array i just want to completely erase but the second i am wanting to backup my files because it has over 1.5tb of Movies and shows on there that i have downloaded!! I cant figure this linux stuff out this is the first time i have messed around in it so please be patient with any stupid question i ask thanks!

Marcus
 
Old 03-16-2010, 05:02 AM   #2
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I just wanted to state that i just need some help with some commands to format array 1 and backup array 2 then format it. Thanks!
 
Old 03-16-2010, 10:33 AM   #3
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