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Using PhotoRec to recover lost data
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chase2032
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Joined: 12 Oct 2013, 15:36

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#1 Post by chase2032 » 12 Oct 2013, 15:46

I have run photorec on a raid hard drive. It recovered many files. It however as far as i can tell did not recover any files that had been in the my pictures folder there are many. I have all kinds of files from off the system folders such as internet files. Also i tried to run photorec a second time to just focus on the photos the second time. now when it runs it takes about two seconds and finds nothing.

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bartleby
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#2 Post by bartleby » 14 Oct 2013, 14:02

Some raid configurations (like raid2) wite data to drives so that accessing the data is fast and each sequential bit is written to a differnt drive so that if you have 2 or more drives in the raid it will write a single file's data across all the drives. So in order to rebuild the file you would not be able to remove a single drive from the raid and rebuild the file from that single drive. Is that the case with your raid configuration?

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