Here is my concern...
The two internal hard drives were set up in SATA RAID-0 configuration , and I assume they wont boot up on the new motherboard since it is a completely different BIOS, so...
is there a way to recover the data from the existing drives, or have I lost it all?
PLEASE DONT TELL ME ITS LOST...the computer went totally dead as I was in PhotoShop completing the post-processing on images from a wedding shoot I did (over 800 images to be exact). I worked on them for over six-hours straight and never stopped to back-up the completed PP images to my external firewire drive before my computer took a nosedive. I do have the original RAW images on my external drive, but I dont really want to start from scratch on the PP. I was wondering...if I installed the two new internal HD to load the OS on, can I somehow pull the data from the original two HD's onto the those??
BTW...I dont know if it matters or not, but the original mobo is an MSI Neo 875P-FISR with Intel ICH5R controller and Award BIOS v??...the new mobo I'll be using is an ASUS P5K Deluxe WiFi Edition (P35 chipset) with Intel ICH9R controller and ASUS Crashfree BIOS 3.
I REALLY need to save all that work I did on those images, so any help provided would be GREATLY appreciated.
Edited by Lungfixer, 09 July 2007 - 12:56 PM.