I see that this is Windows only software, which is fine, I've got Windows & can run iRecover, but I'm wondering if I can use this software to recover a Mac HFS RAID5. It's been so long since I set up my LaCie Big 4 Quadra RAID5 that I've forgotten how I set it up, but I believe it would've been the standard MAC format - HFS (OS X Journaled, which is basically ext3 from what I've read).
If your software is able to recover HFS, I would imagine I'd be able to run iRecover on Windows 7 (or XP, or Vista, whatever is best) using Fusion on my Mac. (If not, I'll use paralles, and if that won't work, I'll borrow a PC and install a fresh copy of Windows on it)
Apologies if this question has already been answered, I read through a lot of posts and didn't see it but I may have missed it.
Long story short, I removed the drives from my LaCie Big 4 Quadra to blow out the dust, hoping that would solve my problem. At the time I didn't realize the problem was that they had sent me the wrong power adapter, and it was getting 9V instead of 12V... I replaced the adapter and now the hardware works, but my data is inaccessible because when I put the disks back in after blowing it out, I accidentally put the drives back in the wrong order and I'm told that completely screws everything up, and my 1.5TB of data is GONE (well, hopefully not). I'm hoping there's still a chance for recovering all my data.
Thank you for your time.