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Old 11-17-2012, 05:34 PM   #1
gabeme2002@gmail.com
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Retrive data from failed Patriot Corsa NAS unit into windows machine with NTFS


Hello everyone. I am sort of retired Windows Sys Admin. working primarily in small to midsize companys. Hardware was my specialty. I still study IT and would like to learn Linux. I have a small business fixing PCs and whatever for clients.

I Bought a Patriot Corsa Nas unit 2009 (Network Storage Server PCZ35SNAS2)and configured it Raid 1 and formated it in EXT2. About three weeks ago the unit failed. After the failure I dropped one while taking it out and now I only have one working hard drive. I need to get the data off the good drive and I only have Windows machines. Any help would be apreciated.

Gabe Amaro
 
  


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