My Biostar NF4-A9A motherboard gave out today with the capacitors around the CPU pretty much disintegrated. The problem is that the computer had a RAID0 array on this motherboard. Now I know there is no chance whatsoever to recover a broken RAID0 array, however as far as I can tell, the HDDs and the array are just fine. Any ideas on how I can transfer the array to my new motherboard - which is a Gigabyte MA790X-UD4 would be much appreciated!
Since the RAID controllers are not the same. Your data is more than likely lost. It may be an option to purchase a good used motherboard of the same type and use this to backup you most important data.
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