Uninitializing Raid 1 Array Tags: NAS / RAID Storage Last response: February 4, 2013 11:34 PM in Storage Share bheckle February 3, 2013 6:26:05 AM After uninitializing both drives of the array, is the data overwritten and unrecoverable or can it be recovered? More about : uninitializing raid array GhislainG a c 82 G Storage February 3, 2013 11:57:06 AM It depends on what you mean by uninitializing. Breaking the RAID doesn't destroy the data. If they contain private info, you need to wipe the drives clean with DBAN or similar software or physically destroy them. m 0 l FireWire2 a b G Storage February 4, 2013 11:34:23 PM RAID1 is a mirror raid. uninitializing (as you called it) /delete/remove raid set... data still there m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedData corrupted on RAID 1 array after booting in IDE mode Forum SolvedClean install Win 7 on older Windows XP system and setup RAID 1 array Forum SolvedWindows 8.1 and allocation of raid 0 3 1TB disks array. Forum SolvedRAID 1+0 for 8TB array (3 x 2 4TB HDD)? Forum SolvedRaid 1 Array Visible in Device List but not File System Forum SolvedSetting Up New RAID-1 Array Forum SolvedAccidently deleted RAID1 and MBR, and want to restore data and array Forum Solvedsetting up a raid 1 array Forum Rebuild of failed Intel RST RAID 1 array fails after .02% complete Forum Raid 1 array with separate boot drive Forum SolvedRAID 1 array make sense for HTPC system? Forum SolvedOne drive in RAID 1 array keeps disappearing Forum SolvedInstalling Software on a RAID 1 Array Forum RAID 1 array vs. dedicated backup drive (title revised) Forum SolvedNew Raid 1 array, old HDD not booting Forum SolvedHow set up raid 1 array with data already on one disk Forum SolvedRestoring my second RAID1 array after reinstalling XP Forum Trashed RAID 1+0 array? Forum NAS RAID 0 crashed array (2 x 1 TB) NEED HELP. Forum Dual Boot XP/Win7 on RAID 1 array to move to SSD Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !