Are you afraid of the complete loss of your data?
There is more than a 90% chance for successful RAID data recovery, based on DiskInternals 18 years of experience in this area.
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- Designed to recover software and hardware RAID
- Manual and automated recovery options. Automated recovery includes a step-by-step recovery wizard.
- Recovers files from RAID connected to a dedicated RAID controller like Adaptec, HP, Dell, MegaRAID, Silicon RAID Controllers, and DDF-compatible devices. ZFS with RAIDZ and RAIDZ2 are also supported.
- Create disk images
- Recovers files from corrupted RAID 0, RAID 1, 0+1, 1+0, 1E, RAID 4, RAID 5, 50, 5EE, 5R, RAID 6, RAID 60 and JBOD
- Performs file recovery from RAID-enabled motherboard from NVidia, Intel, or VIA.
- Restores data from Apple, Linux, NAS, UNIX RAID
- Recovers files from Microsoft software RAID (Dynamic Disks), including JBOD (span), RAID 0, 1, and 5.
- Restored files and folders are exported to local or remote locations (including FTP)
- Virtual drives can be mounted as local disks accessible by Windows Explorer etc
- Windows restrictions are bypassed by the recovery process
- Unicode filenames and multi-level folders are supported
- All features of DiskInternal's Partition Recovery are here!
- Support of LVM Thin Provision
- Support of ZFS with RAIDZ, RAIDZ2
- Support of NTFS, ReFS with Deduplication
- Support of ReFS Reader, Uneraser and Recovery
- Runs on all versions of Windows 7-11, Windows 2003-2019 Server
- More to come.
Compatible with RAID manufacturers:and with others.
Detecting the right type of an array is vital for correct data recovery from RAID.
RAID Recovery™ supports both manual and fully automatic detection of essential parameters such as type of array, type of RAID controller, stripe size, and disk order.
Just select your RAID drive and RAID Recovery™ will automatically build RAID array within 5 minutes in most cases.
RAID array failure happens and nothing can be done to prevent it, but you can deal with the consequences.
This battle for your data can be won by you with DiskInternals RAID Recovery software.
Not sure that you can perform recovering RAID data on your own? The DiskInternals team is here to help you!
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Step by step instructions
- To get started, download the RAID Recovery™ to your laptop, PC or server computer. Then install the software; the OS must be Windows 7-11, or Windows Server 2003-2019.
- Open the application RAID Recovery™ and then be sure to select the target array.
Then choose which mode you will work in:
▶ Fast recovery mode (try first; it won’t take much time and effort)
▶ Full recovery mode (deeper scan)
- RAID Recovery™ automatically checks the current status of the RAID array, controller, file system, and disks and restores files where possible.
- Then you get read-only access to the files. This is necessary so that you may take advantage of the preview function and check how successful the operation was.
- Since now, you are sure that your data is back and restored in an appropriate form, purchase a license for RAID Recovery™, and you will get unlimited access to your files and the ability to export selected files to any suitable storage device.
- Request a request for Guided Repair Service to get a free consultation. This way, you will understand how recovery works with DiskInternals' assistance.
- Follow the instructions provided by support services.
- The DiskInternals team manually analyzes in detail the current state of the RAID array, disks, controller, and file system, and restores files in the most optimal way.
- Then you get read-only access to the files. This is temporary and necessary to preview the data recovery from RAID so you can assess the quality of the recovered data from RAID.
- If you do not get back any valuable files using Guided Repair Service, or if the quality of the recovered files is low, you can request a refund for the RAID Recovery™ license and license key. If the necessary files are retrieved and you are happy with the RAID repair results, congratulations and you are sincerely welcome!
Screenshots of RAID Recovery
The step-by-step recovery wizard will make the process simple, clear and efficient.
To start download RAID Recovery:
Choose Trial Version, and begin recovery process:
RAID Wizard will be automatically loaded. You may add additional disks image by clicks "Drives" - "Mount Image" or skip that step:
Select Raw disk images and attach them:
You should select amount of disks as an original rate. For example, if there are five disks in your RAID, please, choose five:
If RAID needs to be recovered in automatic mode, select "Arranged by RAID levels" and choose appropriate RAID level. Then, check the settings of the recollected RAID. You can arrange the order of the drives from top to bottom:
In the end of these steps you will get a reconstructed RAID, which can be opened. Recovered RAID Arrays are marked with red. Select the magic hat named "Wizard" and select the RAID you just reconstructed:
Choose the file system that was on your RAID. Disk scanning can take a while:
When the scan is complete, you are welcome to preview files.
Frequently Asked Questions
🔶 RAID Recovery - Does the battery or power issue lead to a RAID failure?Yes, this is harmful to your RAID. RAID disk configuration is stored on the controller. Usually, the RAID's controller has an additional battery; and if there is no power issue and the battery is low, RAID configuration will be lost.
🔷 RAID Recovery - Is the RAID's controller damaged?This situation may lead to data loss. Using DiskInternals RAID Recovery, you can rebuild the damaged RAID disk and extract your data.
🔶 RAID Recovery - Was the RAID logical volume formatted?Using RAID Recovery, you can restore data from the formatted logical volume.
🔷 RAID Recovery - Is the RAID Volume inaccessible?If you are facing such problems as an inaccessible RAID Volume, you can use RAID Recovery to open it.
🔶 RAID Recovery - Is the RAID disk not recognized?In this case, disassemble RAID and attach every disk as separate. Restore the RAID array with DiskInternals RAID Recovery.
🔷 RAID Recovery - Need to repair a software or hardware RAID?Disassemble the RAID and attach every disk separately. Restore the RAID array with DiskInternals RAID Recovery. RAID Recovery is an irreplaceable tool for hardware or software RAID repair.
🔶 RAID Recovery - Is one of the RAID disks dead?If one of the RAID disks is dead, data still can be restored with RAID Recovery.