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    Re: Recover data from broken RAID 0 array

    Why not just get a courier to pick it up and deliver it for you

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    Re: Recover data from broken RAID 0 array

    Nah, I can make more money out of them by dropping them off myself then charging a nice mileage

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    Re: Recover data from broken RAID 0 array

    Good thinking indie, treat yourself to a pint on the way back

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    Re: Recover data from broken RAID 0 array

    Nope, gotta come back to work tonight, thats the downfall of working at a CLC, we're open 8 AM - 9 PM and i'm doing some support tonight!

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    Re: Recover data from broken RAID 0 array

    Ahh I see.. save it for another day then

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    Re: Recover data from broken RAID 0 array

    It gives me an excuse to put my new TomTom One through it's paces too :P

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    Re: Recover data from broken RAID 0 array

    Woot! Just got the data back from CBL this morning. Now i've got to go over and set up a new server and put the data back on it And rejoin all the clients to the domain and set up AV and all their other software...

    Diagnosis was a broken drive bearing and they gave a 20% educational discount.

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    Re: Recover data from broken RAID 0 array

    Excellent news indie (Apart from having to rebuild and reinstall everything that is...)

    RAID5 this time?

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    Re: Recover data from broken RAID 0 array

    Yes, I told them they we're getting RAID5 this time. Stupid council tech's did RAID1 last time.

    Don't mind all the work really, they pay me £20/h

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