Raid To Raid

Raid To Raid


Average User Rating:
3.0
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Quick Specs

Version:
1
File Size:
1.99MB
Date Added:
February 01, 2008
Price:
Free
Operating Systems:
Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/Vista
Total Downloads:
5,448
Downloads Last Week:
12
Product ranking:
#30 in ActiveX
Additional Requirements:
Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003 Server/Vista

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  • All Versions:

    3.0

    out of 2 votes

    • 5 star: 1
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    • 1 star: 1
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    3.0

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    • 4 star: 0
    • 3 star: 0
    • 2 star: 0
    • 1 star: 1
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  • 5 stars

    "Great piece of FREEware!"

    August 26, 2008   |   By azide

    Version: Raid To Raid 1

    Pros

    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.

    I'd say that was a great relief.

    All in all, RAID 2 RAID worked very well for me!

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  • 1 stars

    "Don't loose your time and data!"

    March 07, 2008   |   By abronsius

    Version: Raid To Raid 1

    Cons

    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.

    Finally, the install software is fully bugged!

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