RAID 0 creates one logical disk with set of multiple or identical disks, and the major reason why most of the industries prefer RAID levels is because of the throughput which makes the server or computer work faster. However one special feature of configuring RAID is, it make sure there is no interruption in between the processing of data when there is hard disk failure, thus due to this there is no need to worry about data loss. But due to some drastic situations all the data from RAID 0 disks will get lost eventually.
What are the probable solutions for lost RAID 0 partitions?
Loss of partitions in RAID 0 is very rare, but when this occurs it can create havoc on your computer. However, recovery of data from lost partition can be easily performed with the help of various techniques. Some techniques involves user to manually do the task but at the same time you can make use of data recovery tools which can efficiently retrieve data without any difficulty.
Though there are countless number of data recovery tools which exist, but choosing the right one is very important for performing appropriate data recovery. However most of the experts suggest Remo Partition Recovery (Mac) to be the effective data recovery program to perform recovery of lost RAID 0 partition.
Factors responsible for loss of RAID 0 partition
It is not always the computer which can be blamed for data loss because when a user incorrectly configures RAID partitions then there are chances of losing entire partition. This happens when the user is not well versed with the things such as sector of hard drive, Master Boot Record (MBR), Track 0, file system cluster, information block etc.
Moreover there are some situations, where you can find your RAID 0 disk to be corrupted, thus situations like MBR errors, issues with disk (disk failure), malfunction in computer, inappropriate settings and various others can eventually result in loss of entire data.
How Remo Recover (Mac) can be helpful for you?
Step 1: Install free downloaded demo version of Remo Recover Mac edition and run the software. On Main Screen, select "Recover Volumes / Drives" option as illustrated in figure 1.
Figure 1:Main Window
Step 2: In next window, select "Volume Recovery" option as displayed in figure 2.
Figure 2: Select Volume Recovery
Step 3: Software will display the storage drives that are available on your Mac PC / laptop. Select lost volume as indicated in figure 3.
Figure 3: Select Drive
Step 4: After successful completion of scanning operation, a list of recovered data from lost RAID 0 partition will be displayed which is as illustrated in figure 4.
Figure 4: Recovered Data from Lost Partition
Step 5: Make use of "Save Recovery Session" option to avoid re-scanning of hard drive.
Figure 5: Save Recovery Session