From DiskInternals Data Recovery:
Unlock your native RAID array. Stop depending on the system board chipset to support your RAID configuration. Mount RAID arrays and Dynamic Disks created with all current Intel, nVidia or VIA chipsets on any other chipset and on all versions of Windows with Raid To Raid software. Motherboard failed. Upgraded to a different chipset. Changed brand or manufacturer of a system board. Don't get locked into a single chipset. Raid To Raid will mount your RAID array no matter what chipset you were using then and no matter what you are using now. This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.
What's new in this version:
This version is the first release on CNET Download.com
I was able to rebuild my raid 0 array on my new motherboard and copy all of my data to new drives! Note: if you have raid 5, 0+1 (10) you are protected from 1 HDD failure, but not motherboard failure, use this tool to recover!
Here's the story! My computer is 4 years old and although I usually maintained backups, I had been too busy to remember even though I knew I needed to. Anyways, my Abit Ax8, started to die, it would not cold boot, initially, it would take 10 mins of powering on and off to boot, and then 2 hours and then finally, when I decided to back up it would not boot (I had to switch off due to power cut (I have APC, UPS)). I panicked knowing I had new data on the raid array.
During the latter days of my AX8 issues (btw Abit make great boards!), I started purchasing new parts, envisioning the day it would die.
So I rebuilt my PC. I mounted the 2 Raptor 360GDs on my Asus P5Q Deluxe, but realized that I would have to create a new array and doing so would destroy my data. So I removed the raptors and put in my new disks and installed Vista64 in raid 0.
Once I finished my new system, I added the raptors on the Intel Matrix ICH10R SATA, booted Vista, ran Raid 2 Raid and recovered all my files from 3 VIA raid partitions.
What a sh*t! The only possible things to do with this soft is to install shareware plug-in! Best of all, it's not possible to create a raid array... So I have loose lot of time to backup 1TB on my actual hardware RAID 5 and to restore it after testing this piece of code.