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Fred Jodry
Re: Does the computer remember the RAID?
on Apr 26, 2010 at 5:35:19 pm

Usually the computer setup just sees the returning Raid drives as a detected partition (or a couple of them) and you`ll soon be rolling. It`s only if software updates, new software, or viruses, go attacking that you have problems, and in these cases it`s the usual, big computer, little you. If the Raid drives are subjects of an Operating System drive, then you drop them back in, detect them properly and there`s certainly the possibility that there`s little or no trouble. If the Operating System was installed (split?) into the Raid drives then you should roll the clock (date) back in the setup of the computer to barely later than their retirement`s date and re- introduce them the easier than easy way. If you made the mistake of putting your production computer on the internet and antivirus programming it (with the old Raid in use) then you`re usually in for the big surprise of a big attack from maybe both antivirus software and viruses, so you`ll be reaching for the help of the usual data rescue business.


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