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Multiple dynamic Spanned disks under windows data recovery

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I have four hard disks, each one is 2 TB, they were configured as spanned  dynamic disks under windows, I want to get the data from them,

1- How can I find the orders orders of the drives. The disk orders
2-I will try to use R-Studio to recover the data, but what is the offset from the start and the empty space at the end, I need the sectors offset from the start and end, in order to build Volume set.
3-Do you have any idea of a utility that can recover the data from the spanned dynamic disks.

I tried the whole disks, and in all options, but could not succed.

Please help me.

Thank you in advance
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You first need to explain what happened in the first place.
What hardware and OS ?
What happened and what errors are you having ?

I hope this helps !
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OS is NTFS and four drives . All drives are healthy, but i lost the partiotion
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How did you loose the partition ?

I would first try either chkdisk or the free diskchk, and then easeus, but before anything.
I would do a byte by byte image of all 4 disks to another drive ( Ghost or similar in byte mode )
so that if you do not succeed with 1 program, you will be able to test some other by doing a full byte level restore.

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