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RAID 0 has no fault tolerance. I had a problem like that once and had to use a western digital application to factory format a Seagate Cheatah SCSI drive. It took around two days (on a Pentium 4). You have my sympathies.
    
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your system specs don't say if it was 32 or 64 bit win7 let me know, I may have an image file for the Microsoft Error recovery disk that has disk boot utilities and virus removal on it.
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Majestic... he already stated it was NOT the raid that crashed.
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RAID 0 has no fault tolerance. I had a problem like that once and had to use a western digital application to factory format a Seagate Cheatah SCSI drive. It took around two days (on a Pentium 4). You have my sympathies.
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Here is my drive.

Not sure if that helps but my system is a 64 bit system, and thanks Majestic but my RAID didn't crash.

Thanks again for the assistance guys, I searched google for two hours trying to find a solution and only hit dead ends left and right.
Edited by Necrodox - 6/15/11 at 8:45pm
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Decide to actually take out my harddrive and start the computer with the harddrive next to my ear to see if it is actually working, I think the drive itself may be dead.

Could I still salvage the information? God damnit this sucks!

The drive still gets warm, I touched the bottom of it carefully and heat is being emitted; does this mean it is still good to go?

EDIT: I got Hiren's boot CD going, I'm at the menu right now. I selected Boot from Harddrive but that obviously didn't work lol. Which option should I be going after?

Anyone? :/
Edited by Necrodox - 6/15/11 at 9:27pm
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If you pm me and I'll send you the link to FTP download the Microsoft error recovery disk image file for windows 7 64 bit. I just uploaded it to my FTP server.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Necrodox;13889482 
Decide to actually take out my harddrive and start the computer with the harddrive next to my ear to see if it is actually working, I think the drive itself may be dead.

Could I still salvage the information? God damnit this sucks!

The drive still gets warm, I touched the bottom of it carefully and heat is being emitted; does this mean it is still good to go?

EDIT: I got Hiren's boot CD going, I'm at the menu right now. I selected Boot from Harddrive but that obviously didn't work lol. Which option should I be going after?

Anyone? :/

boot into mini xp its straight on the menu. Then browse for the dump check file on the hdd. Did you run any disk utilities? If not do not yet
And the boot from hdd your suppose to choose the bottom one for your os. Ntdlr for xp and loader for 7
Edited by Spooony - 6/15/11 at 10:07pm
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I think I found out why my harddrive isn't working, I may have shorted my harddrive. When I was making my custom wire for my cable management it seems I may have improperly housed my connections which resulted in me twisting a molex to power sata connector the incorrect way.

In other words, my 12v and 5v leads were swapped and I'm assuming this fried my harddrive.

I've fixed the problem and properly routed the cables and have tested it with another drive (risky I know lol), all is well now.

I guess all I need to do now is to buy a new harddrive and retrieve my old information from my previous harddrive, any recommendations on harddrive data recovery?

Also victoryservice I appreciate the offer man but I don't think I'll be needing it seeing as my drive is dead, sorry for the hassle bud. I really appreciate your time!
Edited by Necrodox - 6/15/11 at 10:58pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Necrodox;13890504 
I think I found out why my harddrive isn't working, I may have shorted my harddrive. When I was making my custom wire for my cable management it seems I may have improperly housed my connections which resulted in me twisting a molex to power sata connector the incorrect way.

In other words, my 12v and 5v leads were swapped and I'm assuming this fried my harddrive.

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I guess all I need to do now is to buy a new harddrive and retrieve my old information from my previous harddrive, any recommendations on harddrive data recovery?

Also victoryservice I appreciate the offer man but I don't think I'll be needing it seeing as my drive is dead, sorry for the hassle bud. I really appreciate your time!

is it a new drive? Or old. Is it dead dead? If you put your finger ontop of it can you feel it clicking?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Necrodox;13890504 
In other words, my 12v and 5v leads were swapped and I'm assuming this fried my harddrive.
That'll do it.
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Originally Posted by victoryservice;13889246 
Majestic... he already stated it was NOT the raid that crashed.
I never said it was the RAID controller. Because of the lack of fault tolerance, errors can effect the drives that make up the volume in very strange ways. One dead drive can also take both drives out in some situations.

Your system might not be able to handle this, but RAID 5, 10, 50 are something to look into. I've only seen them used in a network environment.

http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/datacenter/raid-50-offers-a-balance-of-performance-storage-capacity-and-data-integrity/2822
Edited by Majestic_Lizard - 6/16/11 at 12:10am
    
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