Data Recovery using R Studio for Mac - LaCie 2BigQuadra

Discussions on using the professional data recovery program R-STUDIO for RAID re-construction, NAS recovery, and recovery of various disk and volume managers: Windows storage spaces, Apple volumes, and Linux Logical Volume Manager.
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Re: Data Recovery using R Studio for Mac - LaCie 2BigQuadra

Post by nathanp » Thu Feb 12, 2015 3:40 pm

God, I'm glad that I said something...no, I haven't done that, but I will do that...thank you! Will report back...

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Re: Data Recovery using R Studio for Mac - LaCie 2BigQuadra

Post by Alt » Fri Feb 13, 2015 12:18 pm

OK. Waiting for information.

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Re: Data Recovery using R Studio for Mac - LaCie 2BigQuadra

Post by french » Thu Jun 21, 2018 2:33 pm

Hello,

it's funny because i'm encounting the exact same kind of issue with 2 disks from a Lacie 2Big Quadra on which i got almost 2 years of backup sessions of my recording studio, and i really need to have an access to those disks. Here are the facts :

For some unknown reason, the 2 disks didn't mount anymore a month ago. After some posts with Lacie, I finally found that the Lacie Box is broken so now i got those 2 disks inside my mac pro and i can only see them via terminal or r-studio. It's like there are no partitions in it.

After some search i found you, tried the demo version, ran a scan and did some other stuff, and tonight i'm reading this post and i'm wondering if you found some solutions to your problem because i was thinking you might be the only solution i found.

Please let me know :roll:

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Re: Data Recovery using R Studio for Mac - LaCie 2BigQuadra

Post by Alt » Thu Jun 21, 2018 3:08 pm

Can you post the screenshot of R-Studio's Drives panel with the LaCie drives.

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Re: Data Recovery using R Studio for Mac - LaCie 2BigQuadra

Post by french » Fri Jun 22, 2018 3:30 am

i appreciate you answered me:)
i'm actually processing a copy of one of my disk with terminal, sudo dd.... so i'm not sure i can do something right now but i sure will do it.
At this moment i only have a screenshot of the first scan i made in the very beginning, with those 2 disks i've put in another Lacie bay i got, connected in F800.
Capture d'écran 2018-06-21 16.14.55.jpg
If you need something more specific, please let me know and i'll do it.
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Re: Data Recovery using R Studio for Mac - LaCie 2BigQuadra

Post by Alt » Fri Jun 22, 2018 8:45 am

Well, I need the screenshot of R-Studio with those LaCie disks connected. Depending of your initial LaCie setting, you need to assemble them as a RAID0 or 1.

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Re: Data Recovery using R Studio for Mac - LaCie 2BigQuadra

Post by french » Fri Jun 22, 2018 8:54 am

ok, so do i need to run a scan on both drives ?

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Re: Data Recovery using R Studio for Mac - LaCie 2BigQuadra

Post by Alt » Fri Jun 22, 2018 10:37 am

french wrote:
Fri Jun 22, 2018 8:54 am
ok, so do i need to run a scan on both drives ?
No. You need to create a virtual RAID0 (most likely) or RAID1 - depending on the settings of your LaCie 2BigQuadra and scan it. The problem will be with the RAID parameters. Maybe, LaCie techsupport could help. And scan that RAID.

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Re: Data Recovery using R Studio for Mac - LaCie 2BigQuadra

Post by french » Fri Jun 22, 2018 10:43 am

got it...i'll do that and let you know (will try to get some info from Lacie but i think they won't help me)
thanks :)

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Re: Data Recovery using R Studio for Mac - LaCie 2BigQuadra

Post by french » Sat Jun 23, 2018 4:00 am

So here is a capture of the scan for the virtual raid 0 i made. I'm pretty sure of the order of both disks.
Capture d'écran 2018-06-23 10.52.54.jpg
Capture d'écran 2018-06-23 10.52.39.jpg
i'm launching a scan for a virtual mirror just in case but i think it was a raid0 configuration...
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