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Which form of RAID is not fault tolerant?

A. RAID 0

B. RAID 1

C. RAID 5

D. RAID 0+1

Explanation:
RAID 0 stripes data across all drives. Because RAID 0 has no parity control or fault tolerance, it is not a true
form of RAID. Here, if one drive fails, you lose all data on the array.

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