I See a Lot of Interesting Stuff Here -> https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjeQEm ... -Han-11LgQ .BTW My suggestion is that you work on the 3TB first and only attempt this if te 3TB is Cloned ,These Models Are a Nightmare
datahaze wrote:I had a similar case recently. R-Studio and PC-3000 RAID can both work with fusion drives, though in my case the FS/Partition table was damaged so R-studio didn't recognize it as a fusion drive. Luckily with Macs, file carving tends to work pretty well due to less fragmentation than NTFS. The SSD will only have the most frequently accessed files on it, the bulk of them will be on the HDD assuming they store more data than the SSD can hold.
Edit: If you can image both drives and don't have DR tools to re-build the Fusion drive, you can always attach both images to a Mac and make an image from the Disk Utility.
datahaze wrote:My guess is that the LBA's the HFS FS is saying files exist at only make sense when both drives are in the picture, hence why all the files are coming out garbage. You can always do carving.
slingshot wrote:datahaze wrote:My guess is that the LBA's the HFS FS is saying files exist at only make sense when both drives are in the picture, hence why all the files are coming out garbage. You can always do carving.
You could be right, I re-read your original post and I will try to create an image (using utility) from both drives within OSX tomorrow.
I'm thinking I'll have to use high Sierra to do it as 1 volume is APFS.
What version of R-Studio do you use ? And are you using the Mac version of that to recognise 'fusion' drives ?
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