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Testimonials for Uneraser


DiskInternals receives positive testimonials very often. And it's so pleasant to hear your stories!

One of our customers gave an excellent idea: to create a page with the user's review. That's maybe encouraging for some users.

We decided, that everyone, who wants to be published here, can tell us your story. Send it to hello@diskinternals.com and it will appear on this page.

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DiskInternals Team

Uneraser as software for RAID 0 file recovery

Glenn Caleval posted 11/14/2019 4:52 AM

I have spent several days with a big range of free data recovery products. My particular need is recovering files from a raid0 disk that contains 2 Terabytes of accidentally erased files. It is a 3Tb drive from a NAS, that although it is configured by the NAS as raid0, everything is on a single drive. I work in linux so naturally tried linux solutions including R-Linux, extundelete, Testdisk/Photrec. I also have an old Win7 laptop and using a usb drive cage tried various free Windows solutions including one that was my mainstay when I was a Microsoft user. Some of them found many or all of the files but they could not provide file names nor directory structures. This renders recovery useless as the time required to identify almost one million files would be absurd.

Then I happened on your site and downloaded the trial. I was very wary of DiskInternals Uneraser because it displayed the file listing progress was way too fast compared to the others, including one that consumed three days of scan time. But to my joy and amazement once completed the files were definitely there, all in their directories. I immediately came to your site and purchased the key. It is currently recovering files as I type.

Obviously your code recognizes the raid without becoming psychotic. It has to have access to the file directories in the raid information or there is no explaining how comparatively quickly the process went. Regardless, it is a wonderful pieice of work and I am happy to provide this testimonial. Since I am only able to submit it under the guise of a feature request, I am requesting you include a "Tell your story" link to allow users like me to submit a testimonial/story. Had I found anything in my Google searches that described a raid0 recovery with DiskInternals Uneraser, it may have saved me several days of frustrating and pointless work.

Many thanks, and best of the season to your team,

Glenn Caleval

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