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NAS RAID failure - recovery?

Q: NAS RAID failure - recovery?

Good morning everyone I don t have much experience or knowledge in the world of RAID arrays and I recently had a power surge that burned my NAS I have an Intel SS -E NAS box with TB drives set up in a RAID- It was running fine and having experienced a drive failure event due to my careless handling of the power cord failure RAID - NAS recovery? proved to me its ability to rebuild a drive from the other three Unfortunately a recent power surge literally burned the box I ve taken it in to get analyzed by some HDD repair amp recovery people but I have no frame of reference NAS RAID failure - recovery? for this Story is thus NAS RAID failure - recovery? After the surge I was able to login to the dashboard app of the box via my network It reported all drives as failed and provided no further information The repair guy is saying that of the drives are fine while the other have electronic mechanical failures in addition the RAID chip on the NAS box was fried Those three things have to be repaired in order to even begin drive rebuilding His quote for repair amp recovery was in the vicinity of My first question is whether or not this is a reasonable price My second pertains to the Parity structure of the RAID setup Because the system can lose out of drives and still retain data integrity is it possible to only repair one of my failed drives and rebuild with those three I m thinking that would bring the cost down And realistically what percentage of data am I likely to recover I d appreciate some help on this as I m completely in the dark about all of this Thanks nbsp

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A: NAS RAID failure - recovery?

one hd is the parity drive; if it's gone - - so are you. sorry

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One of my HDs in my Raid 0 failed and now I'm trying to recover any data possible from it.

Any feedback is appreciated.
 

A:Recovery from Raid 0 failure

Be advised that data-recovery services generally charge per KB of data recovered. Also depending on WHAT kind of failure you have had... it COULD be almost impossible to recover.

You're looking at about $1500 (sometimes up to $5000) for data recovery. And RAID 0 is about the WORSE you can do. It's not even a "true" RAID since there is no "redundancy" involved - but it is called "0" for a reason.

If you don't have the money or the data is not worth thousands of dollars.... then its time to buy 2 320mb Maxtor or Seagate drives and set them up as RAID-1. if a drive fails, your data *IS* intact. You can even boot into Windows and use the system as normal until you replace the FAILED drive... RAID 1 is a bit slower than a single drive. A Performance RAID with protection is RAID-5... with does work best with 4 drives or more. I've built servers with such configs. Usually with a $150~500 SCSI RAID controller... and 15,000RPM Seagate Cheetas.

Sorry - but that's about all there is for this situation.

Use RAID 1... and warn others.

Here is a good article on RAID: http://techreport.com/reviews/2002q4/ideraid/index.x?pg=1

note: the article above is a bit out-dated as today's SATA-RAIDs come close to yesterday's SCSI drives... but the latest SCSI totally murder SATA.
 

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A:Windows Xp Boot Failure/recovery Failure

Try booting from your XP CD into the recovery console and run the system file checker (sfc /scannow).

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I have(had) a raid 0 setup with two WD 200GB SE's. I boot up the other day to find out one of them is faulty. Please keep the back up flames down to a dull roar. I know I may have lost everything, but I don't feel like giving in so easily. Is there anything I could do to try to recover the data, how would you guys go about trying to salvage the unsalvagable? You suggestions are greatly appreciated.
 

A:RAID 0 Failure

You have a stripe over 2 disks, and now you have lost 1 disk, and you have no backup?

I don't fancy your chances.
 

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HP m n HP direct info http h www hp com ewfrf wc amp cc us amp dlc en Possible RAID failure. HDD amp lc en amp jumpid reg R USEN Windows XP Media Center assumed patch but unknown x GB SATA HDDs in an unknown RAID configuration The computer is - years old This computer has recently stopped working properly Windows freezes up shortly after booting I tried using the windows XP CD to recover the data but it said something along the lines of HDD failure and gave me the following error Stop x b xf d xc x x I then attempted logging into windows recovery in safe modem and attempted Windows Recovery from a previous working date from two weeks ago It gave me the message that an attempt to write ove read-over memory failed refering to win k sys I didn t take note of the following error code I then just attempted to start windows normally but I got the Possible HDD RAID failure. same error with code x BE xBF x xB D BA x C Win k sys -address BF base at BF If you need any more information Possible HDD RAID failure. I d attempt to collect it The computer is currently running from a Ubuntu LIVE CD The computer also is not my own I can assume it s some type of HDD failure due to the age and use of no-name HDDs in RAID I don t know what informatio is stored on the HDDs so I don t intend to reformat unless needed I simply want to upgrade to Vista but I don t have a license to do this with at the moment and I d rather stay legit on a computer I don t own I can t get any information from the owner of the computer because she is currently hospitialized nbsp

A:Possible HDD RAID failure.

Did you hit F6 and use the RAID drivers when booting the XP CD? XP won't recognize the SATA drives in a RAID configuration by itself.
 

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A:RAID 0 Failure

One of the marvels of raid 0 when ones goes there both gone.
Most people misunder stand Raid and forget you still need to backup.
Do not feel lonely you are not the only one that is sitting in this postition.

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I recently ran into a bit of trouble involving my Raid Drives Raid 0 Failure I have three hard-drives with GB drives Raid 0 Failure in a Raid array However after a restart the computer showed this during start-up Controller Bus Device F Function Ports Devices Port- Hard Disk ------------------------- lt Drive is controlled by the RAID BIOS gt Port- Hard Disk ------------------------- lt Drive is controlled by the RAID BIOS gt Port- No Device Detected Port- CDROM PIONEER DVD-RW DVR- Port- No Device Detected Port- No Device Detected Under the Intel Matrix Storage Manager It listed my RAID array as failed Name Level Strip Size Status Bootable Volume RAID Stripe KB GB Failed No and only listed two of my hard drives with green text You can see it does detect my missing drive but doesn t recognise it on Port- I checked the wiring and everyone works except for the missing drive After that either the window logo loads OR it gets to the safe mode selection resulting in a BSOD x B - xF E xc ------------- I tried going around in the BIOS and tweaking the settings and I only managed to startup with my backup drive on IDE However it still crashes on RAID mode even when I disconnected the other two drives Whilst I know that a Raid failure usually means all the data is unsalvageable but this happened after someone tried to wreck my desktop by uninstalling a few drivers This fits with the BSOD error code I was considering deleting and recreating my Raid array but it wouldn t solve the missing disk problem I want to ask if the Raid failure is due to one of the hard drives failing or corrupted or the result of the drivers being uninstalled If so is it possible to fix this Luckily I use my laptop when I go around so most of my data is backed up But it would be nice if I could get my hard drives working again Thanks alot if you can help nbsp

A:Raid 0 Failure

The issue is likely a corrupt partition table(PT) in the missing drive.

RAID-x creates its own PT and when corrupted, the drive is not accessible.

The first thing you will need to do is to reinstall the OS, which means reformatting.
Be sure to NOT USE the quick format method -- you need the entire disk to be low-level
formatting -- might as well do ALL the drives as you don't want to do this very often (or ever again).

Load the RAID drivers, but do not use RAID for the boot volume, just for the two data drives.

Now reinstall the OS and then deal with the initialization of the two other drives and recovering your data.
 

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Since the first day I got my computer Alienware Area- I had issues with it and in the past year the problem has only been evolving its way around all my efforts My computer randomly Failure Raid Access freezes and I am forced to Raid Access Failure do a cold boot This will happen around once a month When I do the cold boot windows Xp will not boot Raid Access Failure stays at the windows is loading screen or it will freeze seconds after I log in Despite changing my motherboard and ram advised by Alienware the problem still occurs Now even when the computer runs there are times when on the bottom right of the screen pops up quot Raid Access Failure Access Failure Critical error on disk Samsung SP C Port SATA quot Sometimes it doesnt do anything sometimes it freezes the computer I ran a chkdsk r and the computer ran for mins constantly spammed by the raid error pop ups and froze I am starting to feel that the problem is one of my harddrives but a few months ago I broke the array and ran checks on each drive and they had no problems I am running out of ideas please help nbsp

A:Raid Access Failure

The Raid controller itself may be faulty or its driver.

Do you have the latest firmware/driver installed?

Have you tried to replace the cables?
 

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A:RAID array failure?

Well, the best advice I can offer is to do a backup of any data on the RAID drives right now!

If you want to test the drives independently, you'll need to use the disk manufacturer's utility and configure the RAID controller to allow the drives to be used in a non-RAID environment. Obviously, this is best done when you have proper backups of what's on the drives!
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/raid-array-failure.428799/
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Dumped precious data files to NAS - (brilliant product UBCD - even set up networking without touching drives) and I'm now ready to play.

Is it possible to get Windows running again without reinstalling ? If so ... how ?

Thanks for any advice

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A:Windows 7 with Raid Failure

Maybe it's a hardware problem. Make sure all the connections are snug.

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A:How to recover from RAID 0 failure?

RAID-0 is a nightmare in the situation. *IF* you had a backup the solution would be

install new HD (one or more)
create the array
restore the backup
As is, you might send the HDs to a commercial Data Recovery company and hand them your checking book, but short of that, I think you're S.O.L. (* Out of Luck)
 

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Dear all

My question is that if i configure Raid 5 with 3 hard drives and if 2 of them fails
will it be possible to recover data Thanks.
 

A:Drives failure in Raid 5

Only if you have a backup. You cannot recover from HDD. If you add a 4th drive, and use one as a hot spare (if your system permits it), you can lose 2 drives and still be able to recover ...
 

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I'm using Windows Vista 32bit

Here is a picture of the error:

 

A:RAID Access Failure?

Some SATA cables can become loose easily, and the move makes this a possibility.
Open the case and check all your connections.
 

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A:Raid Access Failure. Help!

Well, the highest probability here is to take your computer at it's word. There is an issue with one of the hard drives, or at least the computer THINKS there is an issue with one of the hard drives. You should run tests on each of them to test. If they pass the tests, then replace the cables. I have been driven nuts before with a computer that had a similar issue, I kept looking at the hard drives, ram, etc, and all the while the issue was with a bad SATA cable. So replace the cables. Also be sure the RAM is ok. And finally, it could be a motherboard issue.

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I have a Dell powervault 725 NAS server using a 4 drive raid array. I dropped a drive this morning. I have several questions.
1) Is there any way to disable the audible alarm while fixing the drive.
2) I put the new drive in and it does not seem to be rebuilding, how can I tell for sure.
3) I attempted to go into NAS Manager to try to do the process manually and I cannot get in. I get page not found when entering the server name or ip address. Do I have to do something to actually start NAS Manager running?
 

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A:Recovery failure. Cannot access Recovery Manager

Hi @xxboramirxx I would suggest you try the troubleshooting steps given in the link below : http://support.hp.com/in-en/document/c01867418 I am an HP EmployeePlease click ?Accept as Solution? on the post that solves your issue to help others find the same solution.Click the ?Thumbs Up? to say ?Thanks? for helping!

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1. Shouldn't he be able to boot without the mirrored disc not working?
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Thanks,
Don
 

A:Dell Raid Problem/Failure

It depends on the raid level. I think if it is just raid 0 (Data striped across two drives) for speed then he has lost everything and might as well start over. So is he running mirrored or raid 0?

http://www.twincom.com/raid.html
So whats the model of the Dell system?
 

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A:RAID hard drive failure

ADDITION: The first time it failed I replaced port 1 hard drive with a new Maxtor hard drive and approximately one week later it failed also.
 

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A:Recovering from a SATA Raid Failure?

Hrm.. A very liberal use of the word "drive" here. Maybe try again using "drive" for a physical hard drive and "array" for the RAID set of two or more hard drives?

Single drive RAID0? What do you mean by that? RAID by definition means multiple hard drives.
 

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A:Hybrid RAID 5 Failure after cleaning

OK,my friend!

There are only two possibilities.

1. One or more drives have gone bad due to handling. (Static can kill the electronics in the HDD - the PCB in it.)

Without handling the drives, mark the HDDs as 1,2 3, and 4. Feeling your way through the Sata cables mark the SATA ports on the motherboard to which those are connected correctly. 1 to 1, 2 to 2, 3 to 3 and 4 to 4

Now install Seatools for Windows and check each drive individually by disconnecting the other three drives at the motherboard SATA Ports.

If all the drives pass the Quick test and Extended Test, you have crossed one hurdle.

This would mean that you have connected the drives to wrong Sata ports.

How do you retrieve this situation?

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Finally please do us a favour by uploading any screenshots to the SevenForum servers and not a third party server.

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A:XP reinstall setup raid failure

Have you tried booting to the Windows CD, then running a Repair install?
 

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A:RAID 1 w/ Hard Drive Failure Question

I took the plung... the program from maxtor worked and found some problems....then repaired them. I will reinstall it tonight. This story is done..
 

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Have attached a screenshot.

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A:Disk Boot Failure with RAID 0 Array

No problem. First, mark the Windows partition as active.

Partition - Mark as Active

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A:RAID HD failure with Vista-no boot after repair

Originally Posted by GHS


I had a hard drive bearing failure on my Gateway desktop with two WD 500GB SATA hard drives set up for RAID-0. The computer is OEM in every way. I replaced the failed unit with an identical part and per the instructions; I reset the disks to non-RAID; deleted RAID volume; created a new RAID volume and now the RAID volume status is ?normal? and ?bootable?, and the hard drives show as ?member disks?.

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Does this sound like a Vista (Home Premium 32bit) problem, or if not, can anyone tell me how to run CHKDSK /F, when I can?t boot?



Hi GHS, Welcome to the Forum.

I need a few answers

Did the PC come with RAID installed?
Did it have a restore partition on the RAID HDD?
How many recovery discs do you have? and what size are they? are these CD's?

You say that you changed the damaged HDD as per instructions what instructions?
I doubt you can reach a command prompt, but just in case Type chkdsk /f /r
You might reach the screen with your backup discs See attached
I hope this helps

Pooch

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A:HD switching and subsequent RAID and BSOD failure

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A:Solved: RAID failure of 1 drive - reuse the other?

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A:RAID-1 Recovery

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A:RAID 5 recovery

In case anyone's interested. This thread traces the steps I went through to fix my problem: http://www.techsupportforum.com/hardware-support/hard-drive-support/353791-raid-5-recovery.html.
 

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A:Raid 5 Recovery

I think you're stuck with juggling them until you find the right combination. Hopefully, the RAID controller will give you a clue when you stick them in. If this is RAID-5 as indicated, it might even be smart enough to figure it out for you.
 

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raid reconstructor

there is a bart pe disc with raid reconstructor built in. i have used it to recover a raid 0 array before.

i have the ISO but i am not sure how to upload the image. it is 153mb. the other tool you need is getdataback. you have to either purchase it or find other means to use getdataback. if you google "bart pe raid reconstructor" you will be able to find the info you need.

if you have any ideas for me to get you the bartpe image i made, let me know and i will try to help.

ray
 

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Hi all I have an ABIT AL Raid reboot) XP Recovery (Cannot MB I have two MB HDs and have a RAID install in place mirrored HDs which is why I only see MB of HD space In the last XP Raid Recovery (Cannot reboot) week I ve noticed a few issues pop up during reboot I ignored them as the PC was usuable Now it seems one of my HDs is having issues The startup process claims one HD is valid for REBOOT but this is not the case as it seems to hang way before any Windows logo appears I need some advice as to how to recover from this position The whole reason I chose RAID is so that I could have a complete image of a HD duplicated and just switch to the one drive still valid This does not seem to be that easy What tools will help me detect exactly what the problem is Hopefully I can recover all my data from this position If I ve not supplied enough info to get an answer to my query please ask away Regards vorg nbsp

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A representative from a RAID recovery software company said his software would not work as Linksys uses proprietary formatting. The tech at Linksys accessed my computer to try to fix the NAS200 and when he was done, My public folder and the pictures that were in it are no longer viewable.

Amazing, the case number the tech gave me, bogus.

At any rate, is there any way that I can connect the two drives to my PC via SATA and recover any files? I connected the drives and Disk Management sees them with partitions, but under my computer, none of the drives show up.
 

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I have a DELL dimension 9100 which has installed 2 SATA hard drives of 149GB each. No other drives in the machine.

On bootup I have an error which says - Error loading operating system.(Windows XP home)
They have been setup as a stripe raid array and show 'status' - Failed. Tried to boot from windows CD but doesn't allow this.

I'm trying to recover important data from them? Is this possible and if so what do I need to do it. Tried a magic bridge with SATA to USB adapter but nothing shows on the drives. Is the DATA fried or is it recoverable???? Help please...
 

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So I just shipped my computer overseas going to college in Scotland and in the process of packing everything securely I separately packed the two drives Recovery RAID Question 1 that make up my mirrored RAID Array I have shipped the first RAID 1 Recovery Question drive and the second drive I am taking on the airplane with me However I just found that I needed some crucial files from my array so I popped one of the array drives into a spare computer booted from it and pulled a few files onto a RAID 1 Recovery Question thumbdrive In two weeks when I put the two drives back together in my shipped computer and boot up the system what will happen to my original raid array I m assuming that I have broken the array and will need to repair rebuild it somehow Is there a good method to do this Can the intel matrix storage manager software do this for me Or will I need to wipe one of the drives and use it to rebuild the array Thanks for your help nbsp

A:RAID 1 Recovery Question

Why would copying some files break your array? It doesn't sound as though you harmed anything.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/raid-1-recovery-question.857200/
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I have a Dell 670 with 3 250 gb drives raid 0 array that crashed. (windows XP Pro)
Drives check out fine, controller card was replaced with like model.
Drives have been verified so they are there and not damaged
Earlier 2 drives were reported not found, now all 3 drives are reported not found.
Also, I had a loud constant alarm before and now I don't have that. (I think that's a good sign).
How do I reconnect with the array?
I cannot loose data...how do I assure this?

Errors include--Bios not installed.
No logical drives found

Possible things (but I don't know much and I don't want to loose data)

Bios?
Driver for card?
THANKS SO MUCH!
 

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Hi I have recently encountered a problem in which that my computer does not boot into windows at all and is all down to a NTLDR being missing I have tried going into the recovery console however the fixboot etc have not been successful and a check disk scan shows that the file Data on RAID 0 recovery system is corrupted I am using two GB Hitatchi HDD with RAID I put in a new GB HDD and installed a new OS on it so that I can recover data on the two GB HDD and am using active undelete When recreating the RAID for the two GB and scanning it it finds all the files on them intact however when trying to recover the data folders and files it seems to fail with some of them I was wondering if there were any other methods I could use Data recovery on RAID 0 to recover my data other than using active undelete which has shown me my data is intact however has trouble recovering them Thanks if anyone can help

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i own 2 pc's with abit kt7a raid - latest bios
i bought a MX4000 for 1 of those
the 1st time i tried i received the long/short/short bios beep codes, i reinserted the card again and it worked fine.

the next day ..... my pc gave me nothing else but the same beep codes.

i tried the card on my other kt7a pc, same problem...

the card works fine (!) on 2 of my older pentium3 systems (1 packard bell and 1 abit pc with BE-6 mobo).

I was thinking of a mobo problem but the card worked fine for 1 day on 1 pc...? clearing cmos doesnt help....

ps: i m not sure but a bought recently for the other kt7a a ati 9800, is being returned since it seemed to be DOA (only checked this on my two kt7a systems)

one system has a 300W psu so i rule that out too.
 

A:Geforce MX4000 and abit KT7A raid - boot failure

NEVER flash your BIOS unless you absolutely have to for your hardware to work. THe only reason bios updates are posted is because of newer hardware on the market, so never do that unless necessary. You most likely toasted the bios when you flashed it (because no mainboard has the latest bios when it is shipped) the bios is a touchy chip, dont screw with it. your bios is prolly doa, get a new chip or a new board.
 

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A:Raid 0 Array failure - one of the drives is pairing with an unknown drive

You generally can't move RAID drives around if you wish to keep your data. They should also stay connected to the same SATA ports and in the same order. You may have the ports for the two 3TB drives reversed or on the wrong ports. You may have better luck determining which drive is the problem by using the pre-OS Intel RST RAID utility; it may tell you which drive is not being detected correctly. Also, bypass the hot swap caddies in case they are part of the problem.

I also concerned that you said to get enough ports you had to move the drives to a caddy, this caddy doesn't have it's own controller with a SATA multiplier does it? If so that's a huge mistake.

I hope you are of the significantly higher chance of unrecoverable data loss when running RAID-0.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/raid-0-array-failure-one-of-the-drives-is-pairing-with-an-unknown-drive.1131202/
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A:Raid 1 Recovery and Dead Motherboard

Since this was Linux unit, you should be trying to read the drives on a Linux system or with a live Linux boot disk. Windows cannot access Linux partitions without extra drivers/software, but really you should just use Linux.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/raid-1-recovery-and-dead-motherboard.1066928/
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A:RAID 5 Recovery Service or Software

This website might be of some help.

www.datarecoveryadvice.org general information on data recovery and a section on RAID recovery.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/raid-5-recovery-service-or-software.765127/
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A:RAID worth it? Perf gain qustionable. Failure rate doubled.

You don't move to RAID to get performance gains, necessarily. You do it for security of your data.
There is always a risk to anything on a computer, but we have yet to see such a catastorphic drive failure in our shop, if things are installed correctly to begin with...
 

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A:RAID 0 problems and essential data recovery

I think they show up as one drive in 0.

Have you set the Bios for raid operation?
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/raid-0-problems-and-essential-data-recovery.108040/
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We're using a DatOptic (SBOX-R) External Disk Array (eSata).
Sil 4726 based.

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DatOptic - Sbox-R 5 bay eStata Raid w/PM

The device is reporting that the failed disk was rebuilt to the hotswap drive we have installed.

There were two volumes created on the Raid and the second volume isn't even showing up in Windows Vista (64bit).

The first volume is being reported back to vista as RAW space.

I'm not sure if this is a configuration issue or if we just ended up buying something other then what we though we were buying..

I've searched for a few hours and can't seem to get any more info then what was provided in the .pdf's that came with the steelvine processor management software.

Thank You!
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/vista-sees-external-raid-array-as-only-raw-disk-after-drive-failure-rebuild.861236/
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A:Data recovery on RAID auto rebuild on wrong HDD

This MAY work, it has worked a number of times on failed RAID systems, and also failed a couple of times;

Recuva - Features

<http://www.piriform.com/recuva/features>

This also MAY work;

It has worked a number of times on failed RAID systems and only failed once;

You want the download from the first column with "UNLIMITED" data recovery;

Free Partition Recovery Software - Recover Deleted FAT/NTFS/Ext2/Ext3 Partition.

<http://www.easeus.com/partition-recovery/>

These work, but cost money!

http://www.diskinternals.com/press/v...recovery.shtml

<http://www.diskinternals.com/press/virtual_disks_data_recovery.shtml>

http://www.diskinternals.com/

http://www.diskinternals.com/raid-recovery/
Once you have a virtual disc of the drive Don't do any operations on the drive itself; ( there is some freeware for this, you will have to search Google for it I don't have a link offhand), you can then try all sorts of things without endangering your data any further.

Also see here;

http://www.e-evidence.info/other.html

<http://www.e-evidence.info/other.html>
http://liveview.sourceforge.net/

<http://liveview.sourceforge.net/>

Regards....Mike Connor

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A:Recovery of Silicon Image Raid 0 Array Config

IF the OS is intact, then the Raid drivers are there still. The Raid structure rebuild shouldn't have changed any software.

Have you just tried booting with the Raid 0 set in place as originally?

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/recovery-of-silicon-image-raid-0-array-config-376785.html
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I want to unRAID them now to get my 2 SSD's back but how do I copy the recovery and efi partitions over?

http://www.tenforums.com/installation-setup/61784-move-efi-recovery-partitions-raid-array-i-want-split.html
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First time posting blush Situation I have two hard drives main drive Seagate GB w windows xp and second drive WD TB blank Without backing up the main drive ops i went ahead and enabled RAID on both drives and created a RAID volume KB strip Size TB GB NOTE the RAID volume size is only showing the exact space of the TB excluding the GB drive After realizing that I needed to create a backup image of my main drive to use RAID with an existing drive I m left with the quot Operating System Not Found quot message RAID volume disks deleting to RAID non-RAID issue - restore Question If I Delete RAID Volume which is based on the size from the blank TB drive will both drives become available as non-RAID disks and keep the original data on the GB main drive and be able to run windows again I m using software RAID through Intel Matrix Storage Manager option ROM v I understood that quot Resetting the drives to Non-Raid quot will cause all data on the disk to be lost so this isn t the approach that RAID issue - deleting RAID volume to restore non-RAID disks I ll be taking til I find a solution to backup my data However from reading the quot Delete RAID Volume quot option it listed Deleting a volume will destroy the volume data on the drive s and cause any member disks to become available as non-RAID disks so knowing that the RAID Volume is blank then maybe trying this will be the answer When using the Microsoft Recovery Console in RAID mode attached w both drives logically there isn t any directories files found At the moment I m seeing if I can find any data in the MR Console with RAID disabled and accessing only the main drive Just wondering if Knoppix or Data recovery softwares can backup the data Thanks to anyone taking the time to read my post nbsp

A:RAID issue - deleting RAID volume to restore non-RAID disks

sadly, there's no way to do what you want without an existing backup.

Look at it this way;
A disk has a container ~ the partition.
The partition as a structure ~ the filesystem (eg NTFS, FAT32, RAID).
We put our data into the structure.

When we create backups, we are getting only the data itself (unless you use an image program like Ghost or Acronis where you get all three).

Deleting the RAID will give back the two independent HDs, but also breaks the structure so that the data becomes in accessible.
 

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Please press [OK] to turn off computer.

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All the best,

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A:RECOVERY FAILURE HELP please

Your hard drive may have failed (which they all do eventually) so you will need to confirm that by running the drive manufacturer's diagnostic DOS-based software from a bootable CD.
The software is supplied as a CD image (ISO file). Use nero or something similar to create the CD from that ISO file.

Links are here: Hard Drive Diagnostics Tools and Utilities (Storage) - TACKtech Corp.

If you are unable to determine the make of drive, you can use Seagate SeaTools for DOS which can test any brand: | Seagate

Make sure you download the DOS version (not the Windows version).

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/recovery-failure-help-please-555802.html
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Scenario

Type : Desktop PC
OS : W8.1 with all updates

Internal HDD : 1 disk - System C: Data E:
Recovery Drives : a) USB Flash W8.1 Recovery Drive and b) USB HDD W8.1 System Image
Data Backup Drives : USB HDD

Recovery software : W8.1 Recovery Drive and W8.1 System Image (no 3rd-party imaging software)
Backup software : W8.1 File History (no 3rd-party backup software)

User experience : Non-technical but is comfortable carrying out clear instructions.

Problem

Internal HDD failure rendering the disk as unusable and inaccessible.

Question

What is the best procedure for a non-technical User to follow to recover their system in a reasonable time-frame?

Assumption

Assume that the User has a spare formatted HDD and the necessary ability to remove and replace the failed HDD.

T.
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A:Recovery Failure

Hello Maha76, Thanks for posting on the HP Forums!I understand there is an error when creating recovery media. I'll do my best to help out! Please try entering Safe Mode, and creating the media in Safe Mode. This document will show you how to access Safe Mode: Windows 8 Safe Mode If that doesn't help, you can call HP and they can just send you recovery media for your notebook! No effort on your part  Use this link to the correct contact number for your location: Contact HP I will look forward to your response Mario

http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Recovery-Failure/td-p/4230428
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A:Recovery Failure

are you pressing the F8 key during post to access the dell recovery ?

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/326197/recovery-failure/
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A:Solved: Windows recovery wont complete, blue screen & raid setup issue.

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-windows-recovery-wont-complete-blue-screen-raid-setup-issue.928044/
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A:recovery disk failure

try the recovery partition, if it's the hp in profile, try starting the computer holding down the 0 (zero) key...
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/recovery-disk-failure.984227/
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Thanks

A:Recovery disk failure!

As you are running Factory Recovery, you should have made your REcovery Disk set in case it failed when run from the Recovery Partition on the HD.

There are a few things you can try. Failure at this stage of install can be a driver hanging during setup. Try using this method to enter the Device Manager during install to uninstall any drivers showing in error - in particular the Display driver is the usual culprit. This may let the install complete so you can update the driver from the desktop.
Device Manager - Access During Windows 7 Installation

If this fails, you'll need to order your Recovery Disk set from Acer Tech Support, or find a Win7 installer for your version to clean reinstall using the Product Key on the COA sticker: Reinstalling Windows 7

http://www.sevenforums.com/installation-setup/163643-recovery-disk-failure.html
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A:Sleep Recovery Failure

a) You are running the RC 7100. When did you install it?

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c) Use MSCONFIG to disable all startup programs. Test to see if problem, continues to occur.

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http://www.sevenforums.com/backup-restore/20997-sleep-recovery-failure.html
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A:HD Failure? Recovery Options? HELP!

Once this happens, the only way you will get your data is to remove the drive from the case and attach it as a slave if ide or sata if it is a sata. If it is a laptop drive then you need one of these:
http://www.amazon.com/Sabrent-USB-DSC5-3-5-Inch-Converter-Adapter/dp/B000HJ99DI
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/hd-failure-recovery-options-help.779223/
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A:System Recovery Failure XP

Read here:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307545
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/system-recovery-failure-xp.813000/
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A:Recovery partition failure.

Hi,

Can you boot into safe mode ?

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/recovery-partition-failure-482472.html
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A:Recovery attempt failure

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A:Harddrive Failure --- where to get recovery disks

Hi: You can call HP and see if they still have a set of Vista recovery disks for your model. If not you can get them from this vendor at the link below. http://www.computersurgeons.com/productdetails.aspx?ID=13223 You will not be able to use a recovery disk set you create on a different model PC.

http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Harddrive-Failure-where-to-get-recovery-disks/td-p/3643762
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A:Display driver failure and recovery

Please have a read of this - SNGX1275`s A guide to making a good post/thread.
 

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A:Recovery failure after a Windows 10 upgrade

Hi,             You have to reinstall the Operating system using the recovery disk (USB) which you have. Since your unit was shipped with Windows 7, so you can reinstall Windows 7 and then you can upgrade to Windows 10. Follow the steps listed in the below link to launch the system recovery using the disk http://support.hp.com/us-en/product/HP-G60-Notebook-PC-series/4074269/model/4121180/document/c018674... Or when the unit turns ON, start tapping ESC key and will get an option to choose a device to boot from. Select the USB drive in which the recovery is stored and then check.

http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Recovery-failure-after-a-Windows-10-upgrade/td-p/5771305
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A:Acer Recovery disk failure

You are using the Recovery disk, and getting an error, so I think probably you have already tried doing the Recovery by this method:

http://acer.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/2631#_ga=1.57050666.1226449143.1418147200

After reading about and trying that method-

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/acer-recovery-disk-failure.1138926/
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My almost fresh win 7 install crashes continiously
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Startuprepair fails to fix the problem, saying






Quote:
OS: 6.1.7600.16385 (win 7&64bit)

Problem 04 signature: 21199452 (google shows NO results for this)

05 Signature: AutoFailover

06 signature differs: 8\13\...

07 signature: norootcause



This won't work-

Code:
bootrec.exe /fixmbr
bootrec.exe /fixboot
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gives Windows installations 0

this won't work either -
Startup Repair Infinite Loop Recovery

This, however, finds Windows installation,

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Yet after that the same BSOD blinks and everything fails
ah, btw, running bootrec /scanos returns NO Windows installations

I am sick and tired, help me please

A:BSOD-> ->Startup recovery failure

  
Quote: Originally Posted by ilgeor


Hi all,
My almost fresh win 7 install crashes continiously
The Bsod blinks for a second (saying blahblah - I noticed no error codes), then system restarts
None of recovery methods will work, system restore gives 0x8000ffff error,
Startuprepair fails to fix the problem, saying






Quote:
OS: 6.1.7600.16385 (win 7&64bit)

Problem 04 signature: 21199452 (google shows NO results for this)

05 Signature: AutoFailover

06 signature differs: 8\13\...

07 signature: norootcause


This won't work-

Code:
bootrec.exe /fixmbr
bootrec.exe /fixboot
bootrec.exe /RebuildBcd
gives Windows installations 0

this won't work either -
Startup Repair Infinite Loop Recovery

This, however, finds Windows installation,

Code:
Bcdedit /export C:\BCD_Backup

ren c:\boot\bcd bcd.old

Bootrec /rebuildbcd
Yet after that the same BSOD blinks and everything fails
ah, btw, running bootrec /scanos returns NO Windows installations

I am sick and tired, help me please


What is the Bugcheck code? Can you tell us? Better, can you take a picture of the BSOD screen and upload it here?

Also, do you have access to another computer right now? If so, download Partition wizard Bootable CD (the last one in the link). Burn it in a blank CD or in a USB flash stick.

Boot into Partition Wizards GUI following this instructions. When you are on the last screen, take a camera snap of the screen and upload the snap here.
Screenshots and Files - Upload and Post in Seven Forums

http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/331659-bsod-startup-recovery-failure.html
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Hello,

These 2 threads have a lot of info.

Upgrading motherboard on Windows 7

New Motherboard

http://www.sevenforums.com/backup-restore/94883-motherboard-failure-windows-7-recovery.html
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