Question about Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 320 GB SATA Hard Drive
Well the drives are set to raid 0, if you're seeing 640GB. This implies that data will be stored on the first one till it's full and then move on to the next. If you have less than 320GB of data and you've lost drive 'A', then the chances of retrieving the data are slim. Your only options are then to try some recovery software or head off to a recovery company. Try running a diagnostic software on the drives individually to determine which drive is faulty.
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
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