I used some tools from Runtime Software to recover data including RAID0 configured drives without a RAID controller. See a program from them called RAID reconstructor and GetData Back for NTFS or FAT.
Attach both the drives from you laptop to another system with USB drive enclosures for 2.5" hard drives is the easiest way. DO NOT FORMAT THEM when attached to the other system and don't try and boot from them.
RAID reconstructor can re-align the RAID drives through the application and then using GetDataBack you can run a recovery to pull your files off of it.
Hope this helps. Feel free to pass me an email if you have any other questions. I had a desktop PC with a RAID0 configured blow up on me and was the only way I could get the files off of it. Other RAID controllers on other motherboards I had nearly corrupted all my data cause it didn't live up the stripes properly so careful.