I have two disks that were in RAID 0 but unfortunately the OS corrupted on the system they were in. Is it possible to separately backup the data from each drive, reinstall windows on the array, then put the data back onto the drives and be able to access the data like normal?
A RAID0 divides all files into pieces across both drives. The size of the pieces is called the RAID0 stripe size. So you cannot back up data from a single drive. But you can reasemble the RAID0 using data recovery software. I suggest DMDE as it only costs $20. Other popular choices are R-Studio and UFSexplporer. If you get stuck or need help I do a lot of remote RAID/NAS recovery work.
Post by custommurvin on Sept 28, 2019 11:34:48 GMT
Hello Unfortunately No! It wouldn't work. The downside to raid 0 data recovery is the lack of protection in the event of failure. It's fast, but you lose it all when the array dies for whatever reason.