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:
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:
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.
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.
Steps to Recover RAID 0 Drive Failure data:
Step 1: Download and run free demo version of Remo Recover software and select “Recover Drives” option from main screen.
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: Select "Partition Recovery" option to start the process of corrupt partition data recovery.
Figure 2: Partition Recovery
Step 3: Now select the partition from where you need to restore data and click “Next” button to begin scanning process.
Figure 3: Select Partition
Step 4: After completion of scanning process, you can view list of recovered data from corrupt partition in two types of views that are “File Type View” and “Data View”.
Figure 4: List of Recovered Data
Step 5: Finally preview recovered files from corrupt partition and save them to any location on your host computer.
Figure 5: Save Recovered Data