Raid Recovery. Reconstruct all types of corrupted RAID arrays

Wednesday, April 16th, 2008 at 9:07 am

Raid Recovery is no doubt a highly valuable tool for users of all types of RAID arrays, since the software is the first tool that detects the type of the original RAID array automatically, while offering an option for manual operation. The handy interface allows specifying parts of the RAID array by dragging and dropping disk icons. The program recognizes all possible configurations of array types, including RAID 0, 1, JBOD, RAID 5, and 0+1. Microsoft software raids (aka Dynamic Disks) are also supported. The last versions support Adaptec RAID Controllers and DDF compatible devices. Raid Recovery makes it possible to recover and backup all files from a corrupted array before fixing it. You can store the files on another hard disk or partition, use a recordable CD or DVD, or upload the files to a net storage. The advanced search algorithms allow to sort out and restore the files (documents, pictures and multimedia) even if there is a missing disk in the array, or if the file system is damaged.

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3 Responses to “Raid Recovery. Reconstruct all types of corrupted RAID arrays”

  1. vic Says:

    Just wanted to make a RAID from my HDD’s. Need to put an eye on this app.

  2. PanoSD Says:

    does it support raid 6?

  3. risher Says:

    What is RAID?