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Old 28th February 2012
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Default ZAR 9 - Raid 5 recovery - Viewing all files, Unable to export

Have a RAID5 array consisting of 4 1TB drives. We have 3 of the 4 drives and are attempting to recover the data. We got to the point in ZAR where it shows the entire file structure and files that it has found but are having issues getting the data recovered/exported. Some files export alright but others appear as though they are being exported with progress showing in ZAR but the file never shows up in the location we chose to export to.

Here is a screenshot showing it can see files and file structure. Are there special steps needed to export/recover data from this point?
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