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In a RAID 5 disk array, does recovering a drive increase chance of another drive failing?

If you have a basic RAID 5 array of 3 or more hard drives, and one fails, does this increase the chance of one of the other drives failing and making the full recovery impossible? If every one of the ...
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ReclaimMe Recovery of the Table used to identify member disk in RAID 5 array

I have seen this issue posted on many forums with only one possible solution (suggested below) and before I attempt I thought the community could weigh in on this solution and then we can share it ...
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Restoring Raid 5 Meta data / Table

2 part question at end of this text My problem: My CMOS was cleared, BIOS was set to IDE instead of RAID. My understanding (from other sites) is that motherboard Intel ICH10R data is stored in BIOS ...
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RAID 5 Recovery Reset CMOS and drives show up as 2 Member 4 non-Member

How do you restore a raid array (not part of your C drive) after resetting BIOS and installing a new C (Windows) drive. My setup: (its a LOT of data, i cannot afford to lose it, most of it is ...
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RAID5, Can you clone the drive and access the media from Windows?

So my server is about to die and all of a sudden my RAID5 isn't accessible anymore. Is it possible to access the files on those drives some other way? Like maybe plugging them into another comp, ...