COMIC I accidently deleted all 200 gigs of my anime..

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  1. Silmatharien

    Silmatharien OT Supporter

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    teach me to interrupt Partition Magic again :rofl: time to start downloading it all over ...
     
  2. Kira Yamato

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    self owned!
     
  3. 触手強姦姫 ap13

    触手強姦姫 ap13 ………Anime Crew For Life!……… ……………………O Wait………………… …

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    ouch i felt stupid when my 300GB anime hdd died on me. i had the feeling it was about to die but i put off moving the crap to another drive until it was to late. but yeah... nicee move :bigthumb:
     
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    wow dude that had to suck ass
     
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    Been meaning to setup a raid5 array to prevent stuff like this
     
  7. Silmatharien

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    it was really weird. I had it all stored on a RAID 0 array that I wasn't even messing with. Screwing up my other drive somehow screwed up the RAID and ... the rest is history. :(
     
  8. Shinsei Ryu

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    I wouldnt do RAID0 for mass storage, each drive in the array increases the chances of failure and if 1 drive fails the data for the whole array is lost. RAID0 is meant for performance on loading things (programs, games, page file, swap files).

    RAID5 requires atleast 3 drives and if 1 drive fails you can replace it and rebuild the array and still have all your data.
     
  9. Silmatharien

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    yeah I know. this isn't really critical data though so I'm not that concerned :p
     
  10. keleko

    keleko yes, he is

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    if you haven't started to overwrite that drive i can get the data back for you :wavey:
     
  11. Silmatharien

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    I haven't yet. I tried GetDataBack but all the files were corrupted or something - it found a lot of the video files but none of them would play.
     
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    I used a program called Restoration. A bit weird using it but it works like a charm. Just search for it on google
     

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