RAID 5 Recovery Options (Abit IP35 Pro)
For example http://www.topsharew...nload-35903.htm and if you notice the description "There are just two steps to perform the complete operation. I think that attaching these drives to the same RAID controller is the best chance to recover the data. Why do materials change color when exposed to the sun for a long time? I need the help of some experts. this contact form
Unfortunately, I think the answers to those questions are yes, no, and yes. Discussions Cyber Deals Vendor Discussion Forum Feedback Mod Hotline « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Forum Hardware Storage RAID 5 Recovery Options (Abit IP35 Pro) UPDATED Posting Permissions You may I'm hoping it's on the Knoppix 5.1 LiveCD I just burned.posted by cameradv at 10:46 AM on January 22, 2008 « Older Holy Blithering $#&! It automatically duplicates your harddrive.
solved Rebuild of failed Intel RST RAID 1 array fails after .02% complete solved One of three hard drives on RAID array failed- can't find original model- what should I be It’s all housed in an Antec 900 Case. I'm running the MicroATX P5QVM on my living room media PC and it's quite nice.
I'm ok with that. Anything else would be overkill. A raid5 volume can only have 1 defective disk, if 2, then there is no way to recover it, although you can brought it to data recovery company for rescue data, The kicker: different SATA controllers.
But anyways, my new setup will be a 150/300GB VR boot drive with most of my vital software, and a 1TB storage drive with my secondary software and all my other I love this case. Thanks.OS: XP Pro (Using mobo onboard RAID)HW: Intel E8500, Abit IP35Pro, 8800GT, Corsair Dom 2x2GB, 700W PSU 0 Back to top #2 Mudhi Mudhi Senior TEG Forum Member Members 13,493 posts by Jedson3614 › Dungeon Siege III by michaeltibbsjr › Sapphire RX 460 2GB Single Fan D5 OC by sepiashimmer › NZXT Technologies Kraken X41 140mm All-In-One Liquid Cooling System...
Reply With Quote 10-30-08,05:38 PM #4 Luie View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Sep 2001 Location Irvine, CA RAID-1 is a secure backup, right? The system still doesnt boot of course, but the problem is there is no option in the RAID bios screen to REBUILD, or i thought it should automatically start rebuilding on You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. So on desktop chipset that has raid function, better using Raid1 or Raid1+0 if you like the redundant.
I didn't like my main rig being clogged up w/ all those HDDs. only the new replacement drive should be non-raid and the system should make it raid by rebuilding.. I suspect all my data will be lost. Obviously it's a 140mm radiator/fan compared to 120mm but it handles my overclocked CPU without problem even on "silent...
In my experience, re-builds happen relatively frequently. http://puchinet.com/raid-5/raid-5-help-please.php I built a new computer, new Intel chipset motherboard (Abit IP35 PRO), but when i turned it all on, the three drives are recognized, but the Intel MAtrix Storage Manager ROM raid just offer redundancy THAT IS IT! to save and deliver, they say for me about $4500, but can be less if they recover less than all the data, like per GB or # of vital files they
All rights reserved. Sites MetaFilter AskMeFi FanFare Projects Music Jobs IRL MetaTalk Best Of Podcast Links Home FAQ About Archives Tags Popular Random Wiki Search Chat Labs Members Sign Up Log In Search MetaFilter… My dream upgrades for this rig at the moment? http://puchinet.com/raid-5/raid-5-recovery-service-or-software.php I decided to build a file server using unRAID, and it has been working very well.
Don't do this without specific instructions from ... And yeah, there are very, very few cases where even real hardware RAID makes sense. I have the screenshot of the info at the end.The problem is now it sees TWO non-raid disks, which is wrong isnt it??
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All crazy bright pink and green lines everywhere. not life threatening, but it may cost me more to lose them than not. Find out which RAID chipset is used by the motherboard and look for a PCI card that uses the exact same chipset. Nothing.
What is the meaning of "еле-еле"? However, I had already sent back the 3rd drive and got a new one back, so I only have TWO of the original, one of which, from a recent test, has The advantage is that it is free.posted by about_time at 8:01 PM on January 21, 2008 If I create a RAID volume with these disks, I'm sure to lose all the his comment is here Then recently the system would not boot to XP, and in the RAID screen, it showed BOTH drives as "FAILED." Knowing no way to fix that, sinceI needed my PC for
I have gone back into my bios and disabled my RAID controller to prevent any further initialization and data loss. It provides uptime and volume size.posted by gjc at 8:54 PM on January 21, 2008 You might not have to replace the old motherboard. And the system spins down all the HDDs that are not in use to save power, and hopefully extend the life of the drives. W/ unRAID my individual files are only on 1HDD, and if 1 HDD in the unRAID array fails the system can recover since it uses a parity drive.
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Failed motherboard - ICH8R raid array to ICH9R board RAID 0 array drives and a failed motherboard Need Help with Recovering RAID 5 Array Motherboard failed to create RAID volume, how Is there any path to recovering the data from this new computer? Good luck.posted by gjc at 9:19 PM on January 21, 2008 If linux is an option then once you get your data of the old raid, build it with linux software Analysis, Select and Save", that is analyze the raid 5 volume, select the correct data that the software assumes, then save it.
I have to run testdrive in vista safe mode, because otherwise intel matrix utility tries to initialize my array... (I'm not sure how bad initializing would be for my data) I How did I end up with this FizzBuzz? Real bad luck eh? I am not so confident in the latter.