Greetings, I may be in the wrong place, but I believe the best help to be found for anything technical is this group of people, so here goes: I have a Promise FastTrak S150 TX2 (older PCI SATA/RAID controller), with 2 Maxtor 80GB HDDs connected to it. These HDDs were in a system running XP, but the client lost the RAID configuration (unplugged drives to upgrade memory, plugged back in, XP recognized the drives, but as single drives). The drives were set up as a stripe (RAID 0). I have put this card and drives into my FBSD 6.1 Release system, and of course, BSD recognized the RAID right away, and has it under /dev/ar0. My question is: Is there a way to scan the RAID, and recover the NTFS partition? I've Google'd, but only come up with half results claiming that a "dd" script can be written, reading 64K chunks off of each drive and rebuilding a complete image. I also have a 250GB HDD on a separate controller that is currently blank where I can rebuild this image if needed.
If someone with more experience could advise me on the best way to proceed, I'd be most grateful! Regards, Justin P. Michel Technician - PC Medic "Healing your computer ills!" _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"