SO. Here's the story. I had a 4 drive, 750GB RAID-0 setup. (yeeaaahhh i know. my bad on RAID-0.) While I was shutting down last week, the power cut. One of the drives had an error. I took the system to a data recovery guy. They were able to recover the data. However, when I went to pick up the recovered data, they said that the data totalled 1.5 GB. He claimed that deleted data was being restored due to the recovery process. How my data doubled, I don't quite understand. So, I am here to ask... If I were to either a) replace the malfunctioning disk and re-raid the setup, b) buy a new standard drive, or c) simply boot from the external with all the recovered data... WILL i be able to boot windows from the recovered data in any of those cases? Or will I have to do a fresh install? I did a complicated upgrade from Vista32 to win7-64, and i don't have a disk to work from. Appreciate any help!