Get another LaCie network drive and slip these drives into that.
Many of those nas network drive enclosures have some form of linux and we can't know if the drives are RAID or not but we have a few choices.
1. Another LaCie to put them into.
3. Try the titles at the top of this forum and DO NOT RESTRICT YOURSELF to just the Apple. Get some PC and boot up Ubuntu and hope.
I'm new to this forum and I'm not sure I'm posting this in the right place....
I have a 2 terabyte (it's actually 2 one terabyte removable drives) LaCie network hard drive. It died about a month ago and after a two week back and forth with a LaCie CS rep I decided to make my own attempt to recover the data. I have a feeling the issues isn't the drives but rather the hardware that the drives mount in. I purchased a Sabrent external drive kit to see if i could get the drive to mount to my MacBook Pro, but no luck. The drives power up with no problem and with no unusual noise. I can see both drives in Disk Utility but only have the format option.
Any body have any suggestions?