Question about G-Technology G-RAID2 1 TB
Try it on another pc to make sure it's not a software problem. If it's still unresponsive then it's a hardware one: either the internal interface or one of the hard disks inside it is damaged.
To diagnose which you must take the disks out of the case and install them in a desktop with native RAID capabilities both hardware (the RAID chip is on the motherboard) and software (all the drivers are already in place) - before starting Windows make sure the matrix is set in the BIOS as RAID0. If now the disks are running fine then the interface of the case is dead, if not then one of the disks is dead. Install and run
and use it to test the disks.
Unfortunately if one of the disks is dead then the data is lost RAID0 doesn't have recovery capabilities.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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