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Hard Drives Problem

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by ottolenz, Feb 5, 2007.

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  1. ottolenz

    ottolenz Thread Starter

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    Hello

    My motherboard died it was an Asus P5n32 Sli SE Deluxe and now i want to recover the data from my Hard drivers the problem is, both were Raid 0. Is it possible to mount these Hard drives using a Sata Controller in an old Computer (Dell Dimension 8300)? if this is possible, which Sata Controller do i need? At the moment, to recover the information its crucial and yes the Hard Drives are ok

    Specs:

    x8600 2.93
    Asus P5n32 Sli Deluxe (R.I.P)
    2gb ddr2 ram
    2 x Raptor 150 gb, 10000 rpm,
    SB X-fi

    Thanks in advance
    Otto
     
  2. jmtechserv

    jmtechserv

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    Oooo. It doesn’t look promising. IF. Big if, you replaced your motherboard with the exact
    Same model, you possibly could recreate the RAID 0 stripe “IF” the Raid controller is the same, If, the drives are plugged in in the same order. If, the controller allows for a rebuild. A lot of “ifs”. I’ll not even go into the drawbacks of RAID 0.
     
  3. Leec65

    Leec65

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    just had the same thing happen to me my main computer mobo went south on me, p-4 with 2 seagate drive in raid 0 I pulled them out and pluged them in to my backup computer a AMD box with a asus A7N8X-DX mobo which use's sata and ata drives with a ata drive as c i pluged the raid drives in as e drive and was able to move all my files over to the ata drive
     
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