Updating bios and raid

Beyond that, you're looking at thousands of dollars for professional data recovery.

Other than that, the only thing I can recommend you do about this situation is learn from it.

Just something I'm sure has been here but since the changes to the searching of the site I can no longer go back more than 5 pages and I've lost tons of info because I failed to bookmark or subscribe.

Here is a new attempt at fixing this as I just lost and recovered my Intel RAID0 Array without loss of data.

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Along with the wattage, the make and model of the power supply as well as the DC & AMP output are listed ------ To create an MS-DOS startup disk under Windows XP, right click on the 3.5” floppy drive icon under my computer and select format.

Source Thread Thanks to everyone who tried to help. I was able to recover the broken array using following steps. Reset both HDs to non-member using Intel BIOS utility - the utility warns that all data will be lost - in fact only metadata is lost and can be recreated using steps below. Create a new array with identical settings as the broken array.

It is critical that the HDs are in the array the same order as before. If your HDs are connected in correct order, Test Disk should find the lost partition(s) within a few seconds.

I'm pretty sure you're using software RAID, and a quick Googling revealed a large number of options for software promising to recover your data.

Might want to ask around about which ones are any good, or if you have other options specific to the consumer-grade product you have, but that's best done somewhere else, like Super User.

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