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Problem With Raid 0 Array

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SPEC: Asus P4C800-E Deluxe, 3ghz, 1GB dual, 2x120GB Seagate RAID 0


Is there a method to find out what the initial stripe size and drive order was, on a 2 disk RAID 0 array?

After creating the initial array and used it for a yr, the motherboard failed. Then the disks were installed on another mb, which didnt reognize the array so i made a mistake and created an array on that motherboard, possibly with different stripe size and different disk order. However i did not initialize the array, so the data is still all there on the disks...... I can see the parts and was even able to recover some text files - by searching for text in a disk editor...and finding and putting together the file clusters.

Please help me if you can T.I.A

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