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How to recover data?


HillierJ

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Hello and thanks for reading, A few days ago I asked a question about recovering my data from a broken Raid0 array but had no solutions suggested. I've muddled my way through to the point where win7 can now see my array as a single stripped disk set in Disk Management. However it's showing as RAW. Now I haven't reformatted the drives as my understanding is that this will cause me to lose all my data. So my question is really how to proceed? Is there a way to mount the drives without reformatting them and then attempt to recover the data that is still (hopefully) on them? Thanks in advance!

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rawprawn

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I'm not sure if you can still get this free (I did) I will have a look around

Easeus Recovery

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rawprawn

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See if this helps

Easeus

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HillierJ

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Thanks rawprawn! I'll check it out now. Fingers crossed.

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HillierJ

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Looking good! Easeus seems to be detecting hundreds of files. Still hours of scanning to go so who knows how much more it will find. Great stuff!

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woodchip

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Do you have a big enough Drive to copy them to?

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