Raid 0 Drive Failure Recovery

Redundant Array of Independent Disks is the full form of RAID, which is also known as disk stripping as it is one of the best storage mechanisms that can store multiple disks. This technology is mainly utilized to avoid data redundancy and increase performance level of the system. In RAID 0 drive, data get segmented based on data redundancy level and performance. Here are some advantages of RAID 0 technology like:

  • When one segment gets disturbed or not working properly, then it will not affect the other segment present in RAID 0
  • As mentioned above, increases the system performance i.e. access time can be reduced
  • Read and write operations can be performed on drive easily

In spite of having benefits mentioned above, RAID 0 is prone to failure due to many unexpected scenarios. Let us go through some of the common reasons responsible for RAID 0 drive failure:

  • Formation of Bad Sectors – When the RAID 0 drive contains increased number of bad sectors, then it cannot respond to any read or write operations as a result it will become inaccessible
  • Human Blunders – After accessing data from RAID 0 drive, if they don’t terminate accurately or gets terminated abruptly due to sudden power failure, then it might make RAID 0 drive failure
  • Inappropriate File System Conversion – During the file system conversion, if interruptions occur like power loss, sudden system shut down etc. in between the process then it may leads to RAID 0 drive failure
  • Other Reasons – File system corruption, partition table corruption, malware infection, hard drive failure and so on are other reasons for RAID 0 drive failure on your Windows system

Once you are unable to access RAID 0 drive, don’t think much about the scenarios. No matter whatever might be the reason, here is an amazing recovery tool called Remo Recover for recovering RAID 0 drive failure in less span of time.

Why Remo Recover?

Remo Recover is one of the best tool which is highly recommended by industry experts to recover RAID 0 drive failure data. This software is non destructive read only tool which will not alter any original information during scanning process. This software is compatible on latest versions of Windows Operating System like Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, etc., to perform recovery of RAID 0 drive failure. 24*7 technical team will be available to solve any kind of interruptions that might take place during establishment of RAID 0 drive failure recovery. Users can download the demo version to check the efficiency of software before purchasing it.

Important tips to remember:

  • Always preserve a copy of important files from RAID 0 drive in any external storage device or drive
  • Regularly scan your Windows system by utilizing updated antivirus software
  • Recovered files should not be saved on same RAID 0 drive

Steps to Recover RAID 0 Drive Failure data:

Step 1: Download and run free demo version of Remo Recover software and select “Recover Partitions” option from main screen. Next, you will see a list of logical and physical drives available in the system. Choose the appropriate drive and click "Scan" button

Recover RAID 0 Drive Failure - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 2: Now the tool will scan the drive to find all its previous partitions. Upon the completion of scanning, a list of found partitions are displayed. Choose the RAID 0 partition now and click "Scan" button to start the recovery process

Recovering RAID 0 Drive Failure - List of Found Partitions

Figure 2: List of Found Partitions

Step 3: It scans the RAID 0 failed partition now, and after the completion of scanning and recovery, a list of recovered files are displayed in "Data View", and "File Type View"

 How to Recover RAID 0 Drive Failure - Recovered Data View

Figure 3: Recovered Data View

Step 4: Now, you can have a preview at the recovered files by its "Preview" option and evaluate its recovery results before saving

Recovery of RAID 0 Drive Failure - Preview Recovered Files

Figure 4: Preview Recovered Files

Step 5: Finally if you are satisfied with the tool, then purchase the license key of the tool and save the files to any location on your host computer.

 Recover RAID 0 Drive Failure - Save Recovered Data

Figure 5: Save Recovered Data