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Will an Ubuntu Live USB be Able to Access a Windows RAID 10?

My Windows will not boot, so I want to recover the files and reinstall. I've tried two different version of Linux (an old Ubuntu 7.10 disc and a Puppy Linux boot USB), but neither appears to be able ...
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Grub error: out of disk on Ubuntu server 12.04 after power interruption [duplicate]

I've got an Ubuntu server set up that has been running happily for a year or so with no problems to speak of. It's configured in a RAID-1 to keep everything nice and backed up. Yesterday we had a ...
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Recovering a degraded RAID array

I was just given an external hard drive by a colleague, with the comment "Hey, you're running Ubuntu. Maybe you can recover some of the data from this really old disk that nobody knows who last used?" ...
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Recover Orphaned RAID 0 from Silicon Image controller with Linux Software RAID?

I had an old XP machine in Raid0, 2 x 120gb drives on a Sil3112 controller. The drives are intact (afaik) but the motherboard or P4 is toast. Id love to recover precious photos from the drive or dump ...
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Copy a “bad” GPT partition table to another drive

I'm trying to copy a GPT partition table. To make a long story short, I had a RAID5 on 4 drives (Intel Matrix Storage Manager, not Linux software RAID). What I have now is: 1 empty drive 2 drives ...
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Recover failed RAID1 software Partition / missing partition table or superblock

i already read & tried different approaches for 2 days now but nothing seems to work. I have 2 HDDs, on each one is an partition with 200GB which i had in RAID1. Then i installed XBMC and tried to ...
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Is it possible to emulate a (windows) raid controller to recover a raid1 mirror?

So, Im gonna make a point to ask this question a couple of ways for the sake of wording, and how it might trigger a memory that someone might have experience. Heres what I have: 1. Two hard drives ...
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recovering raid 0 hard disk

I bumped to a huge (for me) problem. I was running dual boot system (win 7 / linux) and at some point I decided to test fedora ( I am new in Linux ). My hard disk conf: 3 hard disks each 1 TB, 2 set ...
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raid 5 name changing during reboot

I left my server running all night 'recovering' after i built a new raid 5 array using the command: mdadm --create --verbose /dev/md0 --level=5 --raid-devices=3 /dev/sd[bcd]1 My server spent all ...
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Why is new raid 5 build 'recovering'?

I am building a home server with raid 5. I first set up the system to boot from compact flash. After i got that working I tried to create the raid 5 array. All disks are new and have no data on them. ...
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Recover mdadm raid5 from disk images

My computer just died (won't turn on) and I had some data saved across 4 raid5 disks configured with mdadm. I don't have another computer with sata controllers and want to try to recover using my ...
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Did I lose my RAID again?

A little history: 2 years ago I was really excited to find out that mdadm is so powerful that it even can reshape arrays, so you can start with a smaller array and then grow it as you need. I've ...