Recover Files from Raid Drive

Easy Way to Restore Files from RAID Drive

RAID is a mass storage medium with large capacity, high speed and security, which is widely used in server. It is a combination of several drives or levels configured in a single unit and each level represents different storage performance, storage cost and data security. However, it provides so many features in data storage, you may lose your precious information from it in different instances. Considering the importance of files, for secure and quick recovery of data, you should facilitate a professional RAID Recovery Tool. This RAID hard drive data recovery application is developed with powerful algorithm to retrieve deleted or lost data from any level of RAID. You can employ this effective solution to get back all types of information in most of data loss circumstances.

Some common factors that results to data loss from RAID hard drive are:

Human Mistakes: Files on RAID hard drives are mainly deleted by the user accidentally. You may delete crucial data from the drive attempting to delete some useless data. Formatting of incorrect drive is another mistake performed by the user leading to severe loss of data. After losing important information from RAID drive, you must try to restore those data from hard drive as a whole. To carry out this recovery operation easily use this link:

Improper Partitioning:  Improper use of disk partitioning utility is an important reason of data loss. When you are using this utility to create, delete or resize existing partition on RAID disk, if any error occurs, you may lose partition on the disk. It may also results to inaccessibility of hard drive resulting to data loss. You can get rid of this severe data loss situation from RAID partition with the help of this restoration program very easily.

File System Corruption: It is another vital reason behind enormous loss of data from RAID drive. File system of RAID drive may be corrupted due to interruption during its conversion, power failure, virus infection etc. After such corruption, you will not be able access any information from that drive. Therefore, you have to employ this RAID Recovery Tool to recover files from a RAID hard drive with ease.
Apart from these reasons, you may encounter data loss instances due to some other reasons also. But, you can avoid most of these situation, if you take some precautions. You can maintain a regular back up of your important information that will help you in any type of data loss cases. If you come across any of these reasons immediately use this utility and before recovery do not use the drive to store new data.

RAID Recovery Tool is a one-stop solution to rescue all types of information from RAID in all these instances. It specialized in RAID recovery in all major versions of Windows OS including Windows XP, 7, Vista etc. You can use this link if you need any help to perform this recovery operation on Windows: Not only that, you can also utilize this application to retrieve entire data from the drive on Mac computer also. Using this utility one can restore data from RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 6, RAID 10 and other levels easily. you can also use this application, if you need to recover data from memory card, thumb drive, memory stick or any other external USB drives.

Note: Click on and perform RAID 5 logical drive recovery with great ease.

How to Recover Files from a Raid Hard Drive:

Step A: Download and install this RAID Recovery Tool on your system. After that, open it and click on "Recover Drives" option from main window.

How to Recover Files from a Raid Hard Drive - Main Window

Fig A: Main Window

Step B: Now, select suitable drive from where you need to recover data from the list of the list as shown in fig B.

Restore Data from RAID Drive - Select RAID Partition

Fig B: Select RAID Partition

Step C: After successful completion of recovery, you can see the screen with the list of restored data.

RAID Data Recovery - Restored Data

Fig C: Restored Data

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