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    Problema Com Raid, E RecuperaÇao De Arquivos

    Pois bem, depois de alguns poukos minutos de uso do RAID( o suficiente para achar que estava tudo certo, e colocar todos meu arquivos e documentos no STRIPE), a controladora alegou erro de um HD depois que reinicializei, eu tirei ele, e testei em varios outros modos, testei an IDE, fiz testes e mais testes! O HD está OK! funcionando 100%

    Meu Problema é:
    O que pode ser isso?
    como recuperar os arquivos? Pois os 2 Hds estão bons!


    Minha controladora é onbord(372 na shuttle ak35gtr)
    2 Hds Maxtor diamond max 9 60Gb!

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    achei isso na NET...
    mas nao entendi direito
    The Highpoint Controller is reporting a broken stripe set. How can I fix it?

    Note that running the disk benchmark program HDTach with Advanced Size Check enabled is a frequent cause of broken stripe sets! Another likely cause of broken strip sets is a defective IDE ribbon cable - be sure to replace your ribbon cables if you suffer from a broken stripe. Some people have had particular problems with rounded IDE cables (although not all: I use them without problems).

    The simplest thing to try first is to clear your CMOS and/or reflash the BIOS. This has been reported to fix reports of broken stripes in some circumstances. If this doesn't help, fear not! There are several means of repairing your disks. I advise that you try them in the order given here, as once you try one method there is a danger it will prevent other methods from working.

    Users of the NTFS file system may also want to read Microsoft's knowledge base articles on How to Recover From a Corrupt NTFS Boot Sector and Recovering NTFS boot sector on NTFS partitions and Description of the Windows Recovery Console.

    Use of Highpoint's raidrb utility

    Highpoint technical support kindly sent me an early version of their new utility to fix broken stripes on their HPT370//372A controllers. In this early version of the tool it is only possible to fix a RAID-0 array comprising two disks, or a RAID 0+1 array. It will not repair four-disk RAID-0 arrays. The utility raidrb is available on the downloads page. To use the utility do the following:

    Remove all IDE devices apart from the broken RAID array
    Copy the utility onto a DOS floppy disk, boot from floppy into DOS and then run the utility by typing "raidrb" at the A: prompt (without quotes). You will be presented with four options.
    For the first attempt at rebuilding the RAID array, select option 1 "Create the bak file.And then rebuild!". This will save the configuration of your RAID array and then attempt to rebuild the array.
    For any subsequent attempts at rebuilding the RAID array, select option 2 "Don't create the bak file.And rebuild!". This will rebuild the array using a previously saved bak file.
    If the rebuild fails, use option 3 "Resume these disks' information!" to restore the original disk configuration. This uses the bak file created when you ran option 1.
    After running the utility, reboot, and see if you can access the disk from DOS (eg. type DIR). If you can, your disk is repaired!
    If the utility fails to rebuild the array, Highpoint recommend you contact their support department. Alternatively you can try one of the other methods below - but be aware that these may prevent Highpoint from offering you an alternative solution to the above. Your choice.

    Alternative approach using mrecover2

    Another user reported a slightly simpler restoration method, using the utility mrecover2 (available on the downloads page). If the Highpoint controller reports a broken stripe then simply:

    Delete the RAID-0 array in the Highpoint BIOS
    Recreate the RAID-0 array using identical settings
    Boot to DOS from floppy
    Run mrecover2 to rebuild the partition and file access tables
    Reboot
    Alternative approach using Norton Disk Doctor for DOS

    Delete the broken RAID-0 array in the Highpoint BIOS
    Recreate the RAID-0 array in the BIOS using identical settings
    Boot to DOS from a floppy also containing Norton Disk Doctor for DOS
    Run Norton Disk Doctor and and let it rebuild all the partitions and file allocation tables (FATs). Answer "yes" to the various questions asked.

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    Não sei nao, mas brusa esses saum os HD's do [email protected]?

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    Originalmente enviada por 3,14k2 P1k4chu
    Não sei nao, mas brusa esses saum os HD's do [email protected]?
    yep!

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