First check each drive with the manufacturers drive testing program. get the one that is the bootable DOS ISO and use ISO Recorder
, or other ISO burning software, to burn the ISO to CD. If both drives are good, then you can follow SomeJoe7777's advice on recovering the data. I have never done it, because I don't RAID, and it will cost some cash, but it is the cheapest way out if you really need the data.
Always back up your data, especially if you are using RAID0. I guess you learned that the hard way.
You use Runtime.org's RAID Reconstructor
to destripe the drives to an .img file on a 3rd drive. Then you use Runtime.org's GetDataBack for NTFS
to pull files out of the .img.