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Mandrake Two of my hard drives crashed on my Mandrake, I think it was the RAID 0 problem what must I do?

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Hi Awene,

Due to yours is RAID 0. I don`t think you still can recover any of your data if you have backup before then you are very lucky. I recommend that you should use RAID 3 or higher. Please refer to this link for more details http://www.acnc.com/04_01_00.html
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