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[LUG] Native Linux Data Recovery
- To: DC LUG <list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [LUG] Native Linux Data Recovery
- From: Julian Hall via list <list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2017 19:24:39 +0000
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A friend has a 2 HDD NAS in RAID 1 configuration. He suspects the NAS
box itself is dead because he cannot read from either disc separately.
Obviously he needs to recover the data, but ZAR (Windows) is not able to
recover anything. We think that's because the drives are Ext3 formatted.
Is there any native Linux recovery software we can try? Asking here
first because I know I'll get decent help backed up by actual experience.
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