My Z620 was experiencing crashes, freezes and extremely slow boot up. After investigating some of blue screen messages (They don't give you much time to document the error before its gone) I caught the last one which was a KERNAL DATA INPAGE ERROR which indicated a hardware failure.
Upon a process of elimation (GPU, RAM) I isolated the issue to one or both of my internal SATA data drive(s). I think its a RAID 0 configuration (I cant remember) but is there any way I can mount this as an external drive without tripping out my OS so I can recover some data?
I put one of the drives back in but it shows up as a drive icon with a question mark and nothing happens when I try to open it.
Would restarting in safe mode or tinkering with the BIOS help my situation? I just wanna take the data to a external and replace the internal drives.
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