4 harddisk raid 0 some one crached how to get data back on mac

i have 4 hard disk * 1TB on raid0 = 4TB, i see the hard 4TB when i turn on my mac i don't see it.
on disk utility i see 3 hard disk drive on the group raid and the 4th view as a new hard as empty.
no body used my system to crashed the data .

please if u have any solution to resolve this problem or if the hard crashed how to get the data back ,if i change one of the hard disk raid of group raid (4 hard). and thanks .
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  1. Hello.
    So. RAID0 :Disk striping: data is written across multiple drives
    :Best transfer rates of all RAID levels, easiest implementation
    :No data fault-tolerance: All files lost if one drive fails <---------
    I think you answer is answered. Sorry :(
  2. Hello.
    So. RAID0 :Disk striping: data is written across multiple drives
    :Best transfer rates of all RAID levels, easiest implementation
    :No data fault-tolerance: All files lost if one drive fails <---------
    I think you answer is answered. Sorry :(
  3. Hello.
    So. RAID0 :Disk striping: data is written across multiple drives
    :Best transfer rates of all RAID levels, easiest implementation
    :No data fault-tolerance: All files lost if one drive fails <---------
    I think you answer is answered. Sorry :(
  4. Yes snakebitex true, it offer best performance but cannot get the data back if the drive crash...
  5. Don't buy a mac and run at least raid 10 or 1 next time.

    Good luck!
  6. what about software recovery ???
  7. what about software recovery ???
  8. Anything that you do could only make it worse.
    Goto a pro for data recovery. $$$
  9. there is NO WAY to get the data if one drive fails - that's why you are supposed to Back Up your data regularly
  10. There is always a way to get data back off a non-zeroed drive. But as rgd1101 said, go to a pro and it is going to be very expensive. You need to make a judgement on how important your data is. I don't know, but suspect that the pro will need the rest of the array too.
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