can this be done? (rebuild raid 0 windows disk?)

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can this be done? (rebuild raid 0 windows disk?)

#1 Post by klepp0906 » 12 Feb 2018, 00:07

whelp, the unthinkable happened. After years of running a raid 0 system disk, I had an issue which resulted in me swapping to my dual bios and changing sata ports.

this caused the failure of one of my raid0 ssds. I put it back and flipped the dipswitch to the original bios but to no avail. The disk showed as failed there as well.

I got so far as removing the remaining disk from the array, and creating a new array with the same stripe size.

however best i can tell, this utility requires being in windows to run? Does this leave me SOL?

thank you for your time and help!

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Re: can this be done? (rebuild raid 0 windows disk?)

#2 Post by cgrenier » 12 Feb 2018, 06:55

After recreating your RAID, you may have to recreate your partition table.
You can start testdisk from a Linux USB key if necessary, see https://www.cgsecurity.org/testdisk.pdf
Running PhotoRec during a few minutes may help you to find if your Raid0 setup is correct, if it's ok, you will get a lot of valid files, if it's wrong, only small or invalid files.

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