Recover Data from Failed RAID Drive

Smart Way to Restore Failed RAID Drives


Have you lost data due to failure of RAID drive? Also not having any backup of information that is contained on failed RAID partition? Although, RAID technology offers good performance in terms of data accessibility performance, security and data redundancy but even there are circumstances where data loss is possible after failure of RAID drives. But, you do not have to lose your valuable data RAID drives after failure because technology has delivered an easy and effective solution to recover data from failed RAID drives.

Here are some factors which results in failed RAID drive and then you need to recover RAID partitions:

  • RAID drive can be damaged or failed due to operating system crash.
  • Hard system reboots or because of sudden system shut down after frequent power fluctuation.
  • Due to formation of bad sectors on the drive.
  • Controller cards and hardware malfunction.
  • Loss or corruption to RAID configuration settings.
  • Physical damage due to improper RAID configuration at fault tolerance.
  • Error in RAID rebuilding or incomplete volume reconstruction.
  • Due to third party application malfunction that deal with system settings.
  • If the MBR \ partition table is corrupted, it can result in data loss from RAID drive.

There is common misconception among many computer users that formatting is the only solution to make the drive available for storing data again. Although this is not a good deal as it will result in loss of entire information contained on the drive. Therefore, do not format the drive and stop it’s use to save data further. Along with this, you must go with a professional data recovery tool to recover data from failed RAID drive. RAID Recovery Tool is the most powerful, assured and fastest RAID reconstruction technology that has potential to restore data from failed RAID drive. It will simply create replica of RAID drive on another storage location by collecting sector by sector from the drive. It merely writes collected sectors in correct order to the selected location. You can refer this link http://www.raidrecoverytool.com/data.html to make it easy to recover data from failed RAID drive.

RAID Recovery Tool is a comprehensive data recovery program that can retrieve data from failed RAID partition based on RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5 and others. Effectively recovers data from RAID drives that are formatted with NTFS, FAT 16, FAT 32 and ExFAT files system. Simply allows users to restore data from external hard drive, USB drive, flash drive, FireWire devices and from other storage drives. Software comes with easy to use wizard that helps users to recover data from failed RAID drive with least technical knowledge and without help of any professional. It is compatible on both Windows and Mac systems and facilitates users to recover failed RAID drive as well as formatted, deleted, corrupt, non-bootable drives. Those, who want to rescue RAID 5 drive data, can refer this link www.raidrecoverytool.com/5.html to make it easy.

Note: You can utilize this app in recovering data from RAID 5 logical drive recovery. Visit at www.raidrecoverytool.com/raid-5-logical-drive-recovery.html and know more about this process.

Seps to use RAID recovery tool

Step 1: Download and install the software on computer then launch it's main screen to recover failed RAID drive as shown in figure A.

Recover Data from Failed RAID Drive - Main Screen

Figure A: Main Screen

Step 2: Connect failed RAID drive and select the same from the list of logical drives as shown in figure B. Now click on next tab to start scanning.

Restore Data from Failed RAID Drive - Select Failed RAID Drive

Figure B: Select Failed RAID Drive

Step 3: After the scanning process gets over, a list of recovered files will be as shown in figure C.

Rescue Data from Failed RAID Drive - Retrieved File List

Figure C: Retrieved File List

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