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Old 10-08-2012, 20:29   #1
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Moving a RAID 0

I have a client who had a RAID 0 setup in his Dell desktop.

One of the drive was starting to fail, so we replaced the array with an SSD for boot and a 2TB for data.

It was tough to image the array because one of the drives was failing, (my tech said it kept failing at writing the XML file; used DriveImageXML) but we copied the bulk of his data.

Oh, did I mention he has 800GB of data on this array?

Anyhow, since it was running Windows Vista, is it possible to put the drives into a RAID enclosure for him to access like you would any other drive?

I'm thinking we might have to just pop them back into the computer, pull the data he wants & continue on.

Thoughts on how to get back at the data contained on those drives?

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