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I have IBM server with windows 2003 OS and configured raid 0.there was 3 partition which is C,E & F.C-is OS partition and others two is data storage. our server frequently hung. so deceived  to rebuild the OS ans rebuild the OS.at that time we accidentally delete the all partition. all data erased.now i want to recover the data . so someone please help me how to recover the data fro deleted partitions.
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If the system is bootable,you could use a like Getdataback for NTFS from www.runtime.org.

Otherwise it's the RAID  Reconstructor.

http://www.runtime.org/raid.htm
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