How to Recover Hard Drives with Broken RAID 0

I have a Dell XPS Studio, and there was a minor issue with the sound, so they stated they'd replace the motherboard because there was a broken audio line-in. When I turn on the computer, it states that it cannot locate the operating system. The hard disks are visible, but the computer will not boot since the RAID 0 array was destroyed when the old motherboard was removed, according to Dell tech support. Is there a program or anything else I can use, or anything I can do, to extract the data from those hard drives?

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Dany· Answered on Dec 26, 2022

It appears that your RAID 0 drive has failed or become corrupt. To begin, determine the source of your RAID 0 corruption: human mistake, hardware or software failure, malware infection, mechanical failures, power outages, broken sectors, or abrupt system shutdown. Things are a little different when you need to recover a broken RAID 0.

The causes outlined here can assist you in verifying why the data and files are lost and how to recover data from broken RAID 0:

  • A RAID that has logically failed, become corrupt, is inaccessible and has been formatted.
  • Malware or virus infestation has caused a RAID array to fail.
  • RAID volumes or partitions that have been deleted or are no longer present

As previously stated, all data is in danger when a RAID 0 drive fails. Is it, therefore, feasible to recover RAID 0 data? Yes, but you will need to use professional data recovery services. Fortunately, a third-party data recovery program can help you streamline this process.

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Repairing RAID disks and restoring data is difficult for PC novices. Depending on your situation, you can use remote recovery services or EaseUS data recovery software to recover deleted or lost files from RAID disks.

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Tutorials on how to recover lost, deleted, or formatted data from HDD, SSD, USB, SD card, or other storage media on Windows and Mac.