PLEASE HELP Raid 0 Array lost!

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PLEASE HELP Raid 0 Array lost!

#1 Post by Iceking007 » 30 Nov 2012, 19:16

My system updated bios and when it restarted I got the failed Raid array when booting one of the array disks was not showing as part of the array.

I am trying to recover four 1TB Raid 0 drives created through intel's on board driver through boot tool; I fallowed the instructions deleting the Raid array and adding a new one with the same specs; the harddrives were not moved or disconnected so the same order should have been kept.

Using Testdisk I can scan successfully although sometimes taking a full day for deep scan but it says unable to recover size is too small. Please help me on what I am doing here; thank you so much.

My last backup was over a month ago so there is very important data That I require and cannot duplicate!!
Quick Search.jpg
This is a screen shot after a quick search of the array
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Test Disk Scan.jpg
This is nearing the end of a deep search
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After Deep Scan.jpg
This screen shot is fallowing a deep search
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Re: PLEASE HELP Raid 0 Array lost!

#2 Post by Iceking007 » 02 Dec 2012, 19:46

This screen shot is of a scan I did with Acronis Recovery Expert through Disk Director 2011 It only shows my D: drive not my H: drive partition on the same array so I don't think I should use it also I'm not sure which D: drive would be correct since it list it twice and there is no way to browse the files.

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