Need to access FakeRAID-0 Array on New System
I have a FakeRAID-0 (RAID through the motherboard) system with some fairly important data on it.
I have had my motherboard die... I think. I tried swapping the RAM and the CPU and all I get is a series of beeps, still.
The motherboard is an ASUS A8N-SLI, which uses an nForce-4 chipset... can I use any nForce-4 chipset to rebuild the array? Do I need another A8N-SLI specifically?
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