RAID Data Recovery Software

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It’s a catastrophe when there is physical or logical damage to the RAID hard drive, which will cause data loss issues. And sometimes even reconstruction will not help for data recovery on RAID drives. That’s why RAID drive recovery software is developed. It will help you get file back from different types of RAID levels, including RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 10, and more.

Recover Data from RAID Drives No Matter How Files Lost

There are several reasons that cause the data loss of RAID drives. No matter what the reasons are, RAID recovery software will help get data back. Here are the common causes for data loss in a RAID array.

Do RAID Drive Recovery Right Away – No Wait

Local or online RAID data recovery services always ask you to wait. As an emergency, it will take you 12-24 hours for RAID data recovery, let alone standard service takes 3-5 business data. With this RAID hard drive recovery software, you can perform the data recovery on RAID drives right away, with no waiting, and no risk for data overwritten issues. Just do the RAID data recovery whenever RAID hard disks failed.

How Long Does It Take to Retrieve Data from RAID Disks

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  • RAID DATA RECOVERY SERVICES
  • RAID Recovery Software
  • Standard
  • 3-5 business days
  • right away
  • Priority
  • 1-3 business days
  • right away
  • Weekend
  • 1-3 days
  • right away
  • Emergency
  • 12-24 hours
  • right away

All RAID Levels Support

RAID Drive Recovery software scan RAID disks, looking for recoverable files. You don’t have to pay for it until it shows you the found files and you learn the files are what you’re looking for. Preview before recovery. It fully guarantees the data are what you need.

Do & Don’t Before RAID Data Recovery

To increase the RAID Data Recovery success rate, you should avoid the potential wrong practice when you face RAID disks failures and data loss. What You Must Do: shut down the system immediately when you hear abnormal noise or see the abnormal light.

What You Mustn’t Do (any further operation will cause data loss and further damage to disks):

How to Recover Data from RAID Drives

Step 1. Download and Install RAID Drive Recovery Software

Click the DOWNLOAD button to get the installation of the data recovery for the RAID drive on your computer. After then, install it on your PC. It works for all PC running on different Windows operating system versions, including the latest Windows 11 and most widely used Windows 10.

Step 2. Select File Types to Restore

Launch the RAID disk recovery software. At the bottom left panel, you can see the "Go to Settings" option. By clicking it, you will be able to select file types to recover from RAID disks. Deselect unwanted file types and confirm the action.

Step 3. Select RAID Disk to Scan

Launch the RAID drive recovery software. From the main window, you can see all the hard disks connected to or the internal hard drive of the computer. Please select the hard disk for RAID and click the "Scan" button. After then, you can see the RAID recovery tool begins to scan for lost files from the RAID disk.

Step 4. Preview Recoverable Files on RAID Disk

Since a RAID disk contains large numbers of files, then it will take longer for the RAID data recovery software to scan the drive. Wait patiently for the scanning process to finish if you want a complete view of the recoverable files. When it is finished, then you can see all files are sorted in the directory. Next, you can click the directory in the left panel and check the details for the found files on the right side.

Step 5. Retrieve Lost Files from RAID Disk

After previewing the recoverable files found in the RAID disk, you can decide whether to get back them or not. If find them, just select them all and click "Recover" to save the RAID data to an external hard drive which you should prepare before doing the RAID data recovery. You know, RAID disk always contains large capacity since large storage is needed for RAID purposes.

General Knowledge about RAID

1. What does RAID stand for?

RAID is a Redundant Array of Independent Disks. It is a data storage virtualization technology that combines multiple physical disk drives into one for data redundancy, improving the data writing, reading, and transfer performance.

2. 4 Main Types of RAID Array

  • Level
  • Features
  • Disadvantages
  • RAID 0
  • RAID 0 has two or more disks and it stripes data evenly to each disk. By doing this, it has improved the improve data reading, writing, and transferring speed tremendously.
  • The drawback of RAID 0 is that whenever one disk fails, then the whole RAID 0 array stop working and data will lose since there is no backup at all.
  • RAID 1
  • RAID 1 consists of two or more disks. The main disk performs the data reading, writing, transferring feature and the others will create mirror copies of the main drive. It avoids the drawback of RAID 0 for data loss risk.
  • Though RAID 1 has mirror copies of the main disk, when two or more RAID 1 disk fails, then the data will still lose. And it requires a large capacity for mirroring.
  • RAID 5
  • At least 3 disks are required for the RAID 5 array. It divides the information into blocks and adds a parity block for each stripe on each disk.
  • If 2 out of 3 disks fail, then there is no way to recover data. If 2 out of more than 3 disks fail, there is still a chance to recover data from RAID 5.
  • RAID 10
  • RAID 10 contains two RAID 0 stripes and a RAID 1 mirror. Great performance is maintained as well as the ability to create mirror copies.
  • If 2 drives in the same mirrored pair failed, then data will be lost.

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