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  1. I recovered my data. I'm going to tell in the short story and than the long one. Short: I unplugged the two RAID disks. One had data gone. I attached the other on a different PC as non-boot device. I executed a chkdsk -f (may be I should use a -x as well). Done! I data restored. Then I rebuilt the RAID. Long: I unplugged the two RAID disks. One had data gone. I attached the other on a different PC as non-boot device. I bought a third hardsik. With "EASEUS Disk Copy" (it's free) I did a copy sector-by-sector; this gave me the ability to have more than one try. Then I used "GetDataBack": my data still there so I saved the most important things. Then I executed a chkdsk -f (may be I should use a -x as well). Data restored. Then I rebuilt the RAID. I'm a Kasperky Antivirus supporter by many years.... I can't believe a mess like this !!!
  2. Hello. Same thing, but I have a single disk for Win7 and a RAID 1 (intel matrix storage) for data. The partition on the RAID is empty and some data is missing on the boot one. @ ZedFour Did you use Windows "Startup Repair", right? Do you think it's usefull on a data disk as well? Did it require 5 reboots or you had to try 5 times? Thx. @Faustie How did it end? If successfully, could you please post a step-by-step procedure? Thx.
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