Raid 0? That's just striping without any redundancy, if that's dead, you better have backups, because data recovery from dead drives is 1 chancy, and 2 pricey. Using Raid1 (mirroring) or Raid3/5 (striping with parity) would have allowed the loss of 1 drive with no loss of data, at the cost of 1 extra disk (plus controller). For the rest, I can't help you.
Well I thought it was my mother board (a SOYO SY-K7V DRAGON Plus! )
But it seems that one of my harddrives gave otu after about 3 and a half years....It does see it anymore and I tried a different cable and all the time it only sees one drive (the same one every time) so SOYO tech support concluded it is the hard drive....sooooo....
Time new some new ones and I have a few questions:
1. Should I try and just find a new replacement (exact same) and put it in...I fear the other drive will die soon too.
I had IBM Deskstar 60GXP that were nice but I don't think I can find it anymore it is considered legacy by IBM now.
2. Came I recover the data off these drives, they were in RAID 0 array and get the data copied to the new drives and bam everthing is back?
3. In the case that you think I should just buy new drives, what is the fastest IDE hard without paying the SCSI prices?
Please reply having to go a week without a computer is starting to get to me, really badly lol