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    Posted: 15 Nov 2023 at 6:24pm
I have ASRock B365M Pro4-F with RAID 5 created on the basis of the motherboard controller.
Motherboard breaks down.
How can I recover my RAID5 data?
When I connect the drives to another computer, the other computer?ôs motherboard can`t identify the array properly. The operating system just suggest to initialize Disks Management window.
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I have found a solution to my problem.

So, I tried some of data recovery the programs (UFS Explorer and Hetman RAID Recovery).

Hetman RAID Recovery read my drives from the RAID array without any problems. Configured it correctly and displayed all the data.

I connected the drives (that were RAID5) to another PC. Of course, it offered to initialize them and displayed them as "unallocated space" in disk manager.
But, after launching Hetman RAID Recovery, it put them together in a RAID5 array. I scanned it and I saw my data. The only problem is to save them - you need a storage medium of similar volume.



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