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Recover RAID 0 with Acronis?

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On an Alienware system with a SATA RAID. Two hard drives set to hardware RAID 0. All data on these.

Alienware MB went TU. Have no access to another system that has RAID built in.

Is it possible to use my Acronis True Image, and two external USB to SATA drive bays to recover this? I have seen Acronis do some amazing stuff, but want some feedback.

It actually seems that it would be absolutely impossible without an identical RAID controller on another PC, but this beng Alienware system, and no access to another, and no idea what the actual RAID driver/hardware/firmware was... Wish it was just a board I could remove and place in another system.
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did you not backup your data to a backup disk? You should have technically been able to backup your data on your raid to any disc/hdd setup.
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Not my system, just a problem that came up. No backups, but thanks for the input!
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well seeing as you dont want to give more info about it I wont be able to help u but maybe some1 else can.
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It's extremely unlikely that another controller will be able to identify the array considering you had access to another controller unless it was the same model system.

Look in to R-Studio for RAID0 recovery.
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OK,

Never heard of R-Studio. But sounds like solution to many issues.

Am downloading the free demo, and see if it can recreate the data on the RAID.

They say it does not matter if RAID was a firmware RAID. As long as data on drive is there, the program can recover it, as long as I get block size and offset correct. Then pay for license key only if it works.

Thank You! Will let you know if it works as advertised.
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Runtime.org

Sounds like a clients computer. Where should I send you my bill for consultancy?
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Ha! Ha!

Worked as advertised. And cheap! Loaded it, created the virtual drive, pulled in the two drives that were RAID 0, it saw them, and pretty much figured everything out itself.

I am amazed/suprised that it worked. Especially coming off of a hardware RAID. But, work it did. Happy happy...
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I have a question similar to bmw_r750. How do I recover my raid 0 from a raid 1 on a different controller? It recognises the raid 1, but not raid 0 volume?
     
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