Motherboard Failed - How do I receover DATA from RAID 10

Posted on 2011-10-16
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
I have a Supermicro x7dvl-e motherboard with built in RAID 10.  I have four drives in array.  I believe the motherboard may have failed and I would like to know how I can recover data as it is striped?  
Question by:drews77
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    Well if it is indeed Raid 10 (1+0) then you might try two different options.

    An identical motherboard will be your best bet.

    Using some sort of Raid restoration utility....  

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