My motherboard failed some months ago, and I've bought a new one (Gigabyte EP45T-UD3LR). I've also bought a Crucial SSD.
The problem was that I had my hard drives set up in RAID0 arrays. As far as I have been able to determine, I used the hardware RAID option.
What I didn't realise when I set the arrays up, was that hardware arrays don't travel from mobo to mobo. (If this is incorrect, please let me know). I tried to simply connect my drives to the new mobo and boot up, but it failed to recognise the arrays.
So, I've tried RAID Reconstructor with GetDataBack for NTFS, and I can see the files. But looking at photos and videos etc, they are almost all corrupt. Some worse than others.
Could this be incorrect settings in either program?
Should I try to get hold of another P5N-T Deluxe and plug the drives into it, or should I try to tinker with the settings in the recovery programs? Or is there another option I haven't thought of?
I really appreciate anyone's help with this, as I would love to get all the data back.