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Raid Data Recovery

Best way to restore RAID Data…!

A collection of hard drives join together, as a one logical unit under single operating system is termed as RAID drive. RAID is the abbreviation of (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks), it has different levels like RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 2, RAID 3, and so on, because of which these drives have become safer and reliable, than the normal hard drives. RAID allow you to continue with your work, even if one drive gets fail, this facility provided by RAID drive proves to be like a boon to companies, that stores and manages huge amount of data. There are many more advantages of using RAID; some of them are listed below.

  • Hot Swapping : Hot swapping is also termed as hot plugging, it is process of swapping you system component. Usually when one drive gets corrupted you can rectify the problem without stopping your work.
  • Disk Striping : RAID supports disk striping, because of which system performance is increased significantly, as it makes complete utilization of process speed

Along with excellent services, there are some problems that come with RAID. Because of multiple hard drives many users finds it difficult to create partitions, resize and manage. This difficult at times result in data loss and force you to perform RAID data recovery. Let’s see some of the general reasons for losing data from RAID.

General factors that leads to data loss from RAID:

  • Improper creation of RAID: It is seen that users may lose their essential data from hard drive at the time of creating RAID drive and suffer crucial data loss.
  • Partitioning errors: There are chances, that you may lose all the information from RAID, while attempting to create new partitions on it.
  • External threats: Sadly even the RAID is not free from virus intrusion and because of insecure download or save of virus infected data, you may face data loss from it.
  • Other factors: Data may be lost from RAID, due to several other reasons, like complete RAID failure due to some logical interrupt, OS crash, software malfunctioning, etc.

All these factors can be dealt easily using Remo Recover, as it is loaded with powerful recovery programs and assist you to recover RAID data in a few simple steps.

How Remo Recover help you restore RAID data?

Remo Recover examines the complete drive in couple of minutes and retrieve RAID data that is deleted or lost, because of above mentioned reasons. The software is developed by expert professionals and incorporated with strong features, also enabling NAS data recovery RAID 1. Remo Recover has the ability of searching hundreds of files in just single scan. It has potential to recover RAID files from all RAID levels, because of which it is preferred by most of the professional and non professional users. Software also permits you to have a prior look at the recovered RAID data, by providing preview option. Remo Recover can also be utilized to restore RAID partition data on Windows computer, since it is compatible with all popular Windows OS versions. So without wasting any more time download the trail edition of the Remo RAID data recovery application and get rid of data loss instantly. Remo RAID recovery software has the has ability to support recovery from formatted / re-formatted RAID 6, RAID 5, RAID 1, RAID 0 etc. arrays.

Follow the procedure mentioned below to retrieve data from RAID drives:

Step 1: Install the downloaded demo version of the Remo Recover and launch it to open its main screen. Select "Recover Drives" option in order to recover RAID data, as illustrated in figure 1.

Raid Data Recovery - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 2: Here you need to click on "Partition Recovery" option as illustrated in figure 2 to continue the RAID data recovery.

Raid Data Recovery - Select Partition Recovery Option

Figure 2: Select Partition Recovery Option

Step 3: Tool will show a list of partitions, select partitions from where you need to restore data, as illustrated in figure 3.

Raid Data Recovery - Select Partition Recovery Option

Figure 3: Select Partition

Step 4: Soon after the completion of recovery process a list of files from the selected RAID partition as illustrated in figure 4.

Raid Data Recovery - Recovered Files List

Figure 4: Recovered File List

Step 5: Finally you can save the recovery session to avoid re-scanning of the drive.

NAS Raid Data Recovery - Save Recovery Session

Figure 5: Save Recovery Session