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The first thing you'll need is an Ubuntu Desktop CD. You can download it for free, and the Ubuntu website gives instructions and software for burning to a CD or creating a bootable USB drive. These CDs can be used to install Ubuntu or to try Ubuntu directly from the CD and that makes them super useful for data recovery, system testing, and so on. The download and instructions are available here: http://www.ubuntu.com/desktop/get-ubuntu/download
My understanding is that the Linux LiveCD distributions (such as Ubuntu, for example) have drivers that can understand the on-disk format of most RAID implementation. If you download it, burn it to a CD and boot from it, you should be able to see the files on your drive so that you can transfer them to another disk.
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