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Old January 2, 2013, 11:10 PM
jaraxle316 jaraxle316 is offline
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RAID 0 doesn't provide fault tolerance, loose a part of the raid the whole raid fails and can't recover data unlike RAID 1. Best to follow NyteOwl's advice transfer/back up as much data as you can to another drive because when that flaky drive fails it will be bye bye time for your data and use RAID 1 for your next set up. Good luck!
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