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« on: November 21, 2014, 08:58 AM »

Okay, Had a one year old Seagate Business 2tb 1 drive NAS die on me.   from what i have read there is a very solid possiblity that the data is fine just that the NAS OS stroked out.   So....getting ready to get a new NAS with 2 drives to backup the system a bit more.   Nothing to heavy, my website files, lots of mid sized pictures, 80g of music and a bunch of videos, we do not use off site access but i know it is an option on most....planning on a RAID 1 system....
Looking again at the Seagates and WD....
anyone have any thoughts?

I know i have to buy software to access the data on the old hard drive to migrate to the new drive, and there seems to be a couple of options for that.   Anyone have any thoughts on which of the programs might be best/easier to use?

http://www.diskinternals.com/linux-reader/
http://www.reclaime.com/library/nas-recovery.aspx
http://runtime.org/nas-recovery.htm


http://www.diskinternals.com/nas-recovery/
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