I was trying to fix an issue with one of my mirrored 1T drives when I mistakenly deleted both drives. Now I have no boot up or data on these drives at all. I tryed to get software from HP Support but my computer is long out of warrantee so no help could be found on the HP Support site. It looks lioke I will have to purchase a new Windows 10 Pro OS, but I thought I would ask yo guys first... Can you suggest anything I can do before that? Thanks!
> I was trying to fix an issue with one of my mirrored 1T drives
> when I mistakenly deleted both drives. Now I have no boot up or data on these drives at all.
How did you "delete"?
Did you use the RAID software to "break" the "mirroring" -- such that one drive no longer mirrors the other?
Did you use FORMAT, with the "quick" option, to rewrite the "table of contents", i.e., replacing the index to your files by an "empty" index? If so, there does exist "file recovery" software that will scan the other 99% of the disk-drive, to try to identify the folders and sub-folders, and to let you selectively copy files to an external disk-drive.
Did you use FORMAT, with the "full" option, to write "zero" bytes everywhere on the disk-drive?
If you connect one of the disk-drives to another computer, do you see any files/folders?