What is RAID? RAID originally stands for Redundant Array if Inexpensive Disk, commonly known as Redundant Array of Independent Disk. It is virtualized technique for data storage, where multiple disk are connected together to form logical drive. This technique is used to improve the performance and data redundancy.
RAID levels begins with RAID 0, and ends with RAID 1+0. RAID level above RAID 0 provides great security against whole disk failure. Sometimes, due to some uncertain situations, you may format RAID5 partition and might lose all your sensitive data from the drive. Under such circumstances you may be looking for a tool, which will recover data from formatted raid5 partition.
Yes, there tools available for you, which are capable to restore formatted RAID5 partition. All these software does not guarantee of recovering data from formatted RAID5 partition, here is the one efficient and reliable recovery software “Remo Recover (Windows)”; with this powerful recovery tool you can be sure of data recovery from RAID5 partition.
Why you need Remo Recover?
Remo Recover (Windows) is developed with complex algorithm, which is capable of scanning and detecting the lost data from the formatted partitions. This tool supports all major RAID level like RAID0 to RAID5; with this software you can restore data from formatted RAID5 partition. Remo Recover also supports deleted data recovery, lost data recovery, and missing data recovery from formatted/ reformatted hard disk drives.
Features of Remo Recover:
Precaution to be taken to retrieve data from formatted drive:
Steps to use Remo Recovery:
Step1: Download and install Remo Recover software and select "Recover Drives" option.
Figure A: Main Screen
Step2: Now select “Formatted/Reformatted Recovery”.
Figure B: Formatted/Reformatted Recovery
Step3: Choose drive, which you want to recover and click on” Next”.
Figure C: Select Drive
Step4: After complete scan,you can view list of recovered data in two types of views which are “File Type View” and “Data View”.
Figure D: List of Recovered Data
Step 5: Save the recovery session for future use, to avoid re-scan.
Figure 5: Save Recovery Session