Data loss on raid 1+0 Tags: NAS / RAID Controller Hewlett Packard Storage Last response: August 3, 2010 11:46 PM in Storage Share manjik August 3, 2010 11:29:59 PM Hello, does deleting of logical volume of raid 1+0 (hp smartarray 410i controller) lead to complete loss of data? More about : data loss raid sminlal a c 415 G Storage August 3, 2010 11:46:34 PM Yes. You may be able to recover the data using special utilities, but if you just try to access the individual drives from a former RAID 1+0 set using normal methods you won't be able to access any of the files. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Data loss on raid 1+0 Forum Convert from RAID1 to RAID0 - Data loss ? Forum SolvedRAID 0... Without data loss? Forum FastTrack RAID 0 from XP to 7 PRO w/o Data Loss Forum SolvedRAID 0 2 drives, 1 data HDD, and 1 OS bootable SSD Forum SolvedSATA RAID + separate SATA HD without loss of data Forum Save Data on Raid 0+1 Forum Will adding another drive and setting up RAID 0 wipe data on 1st drive Forum Aside from potential data loss, is there any reason NOT to raid two Samsung EVO's? Forum Best for r/w speed and data recovery - Raid 0+1 or Raid 5? Forum SolvedGreat Speed Test, Ok Ping test, 1 - 5% packet data loss, poor streaming Forum SolvedBBU on RAID card prevents data loss? Forum Data loss after RAID 5 expansion Forum SolvedBest way to transfer data from existing Raid0 to new SSD/HDD setup Forum SolvedCan Data be accessed from a drive when removed from RAID 0? Forum SolvedData migration software for Raid 0? Forum How to install raid0 disks without loss of content Forum Solveddata migration for raid 0 Forum SolvedBetter RAID0 option, msata or data Forum SolvedClevo w230st Msata 256 raid O as OS + 1T 7200 HD as data or Msata 256G OS + Msata 256G games 1T 7200 Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !