SysInfoTools RAID Recovery software is a perfect solution to recover corrupt or inaccessible data from Raid hard drives (0,1 or 5). Software has been insightfully programmed for recovering maximum conceivable data from corrupt RAID hard disks. It underpins both RAID-HDD and RAID-VHD, and restores data in their original form at user-defined location. Every single well-known file systems of Windows, Mac and Linux are profoundly supported by this product. Likewise, Raid data recovery software supports both GPT and MBR partition table formats in which your hard disk partition is saved. The interactive and easy-to-use interface of this software makes raid file recovery operation highly convenient for technical and non-technical users.
Demo Limitations - Trial version enable users to take preview of the recovered data.
RAID Recovery software is programmed to perform RAID-HDD recovery. You need to select the RAID-HDD which is saved in physical drive format on your system. There're multiple drives you need to select in a particular disk order.
SysInfo Raid data recovery software supports RAID-VHD file recovery proficiently. You need to select multiple RAID-VHD files from your system in a particular disk order. Make sure the selected VHD files are selected in the correct order before you can start the scanning process.
Add Missing Disk
In case of missing disk, you can add a new disk for more recovery of raid file types. Click Add Missing Disk button and define its settings before you can start the scanning process.
Change Partition Offset
By using Change Partition Offset feature, you need to define a partition offset value for each selected physical drives or virtual hard disk drives.
RAID Levels Support
Raid Data Recovery Software supports RAID-0, RAID-1 and RAID-5 levels. You need to select the RAID level before you can start the actual recovery. Also, you need to select STRIP_SIZE in sectors. The options are in bits.
Rotating Parity Options
In case of RAID-5 level, there're multiple rotating parity options, such as: Rotating Parity 0 with Data Restart, Rotating Parity N with Data Restart, and Rotating Parity N with Data Continuation. You can select any one of them.
Dual Scanning Modes
There are two modes in which your drive or volumes are scanned via this RAID recovery software: Standard and Advance. You should select the scanning mode as per the level of corruption. In advance scanning mode, you can avoid skipping volume size. Also, you can define custom settings.
Partition Tables Support
SysInfoTools Raid Recovery Software supports both partition table formats: MBR aka master boot record and GPT aka GUID (Globally Unique Identifiers) partition table. By default, MBR format is selected. If the partition type is GPT, you need to check GPT format box. In case of MBR, keep it unchecked.
Add Custom Volume
In case of missing volume, you can add a new custom volume to the list for recovering more data. Just click Add Custom Volume button and define the custom settings and file system of the newly added volume.
Custom Settings Option
The custom settings include starting and ending sectors, in which you need to define a value. Also, you need to select a file system in which you want to treat your selected volume. In this option, you can select RAW recovery mode.
File Systems Support
Raid file recovery tool supports all popular file systems used by Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems, such as: FAT, FAT16, FAT32, FAT64 (exFAT) of Windows; HFS and HFS+ of Mac; and EXTX (EXT, EXT2, EXT3 EXT4) of Linux.
RAW Recovery Mode
RAW is a powerful recovery mode for recovering maximum possible image (5 MB), audio (6 MB) and archive (1 GB) files from the selected volume. In order to recover mode data from the volume of raid hard disk, you can add new file signatures.
Add File Signatures
With RAW Recovery mode, users are allowed to add new file signatures into a new file or the existing one. Just click Add new signatures in new/existing file button and define the file settings there. Save the file and then upload the file for reparsing the selected volume for more data.
Three Modes Recovery
There are three different modes of recovery to recover data from RAID hard disks. Select standard mode if corruption is minor, advanced mode if corruption is severe and deep mode if both modes fail to perform recovery. In advanced mode, you can search maximum file systems.
Once the scanning process is completed by the Raid hard disk recovery software, all the recovered data, i.e. files and folders, are shown in a tree-structure. Click the ROOT folder to expand it, and then click other folders one by one to check the recovered files. Also, you can check the file properties.
The Auto-Search feature of this software allows you to search specific files in the tree-structure. You just need to enter the file names or file types in the search box which you want to search, and click Search button. You can search multiple files at the same time.
Interactive User Interface
Raid hard disk recovery software is enriched with a self-explanatory interface that is highly interactive and easy-to-use for non-technical users. It requires no prior technical expertise to use this software, so even a novice user can use this tool with high ease.
Being a Windows system utility, SysInfo RAID recovery software highly supports all major versions of Windows-based operating systems, such as: Win 95, NT, 98, 2000, XP, Server 2003 & 2003 R2, Vista, Server 2008 & 2008 R2, 8, 8.1, Server 2012 and the latest Win 10.
|Product Features||Free Version||Full Version|
|Support RAID-HDD option for RAID hard disk drive recovery|
|Support RAID-VHD option for RAID virtual hard disk recovery|
|Add a missing disk by defining the disk parameters|
|Multiple Rotating Parity options are available with RAID-5 option|
|Save Recovered Raid Data Files||Only Preview|
|24*7 Tech Support & secure 100%|
Specifications of RAID Recovery Software
Reasons are always same in case of hard disk drive corruption. Some of the most common reasons are: bugs and virus attacks, physical media failure, abruptly system down due to sudden power outage, software malfunctions and failures, etc.
RAID is redundant array of independent disk that stores the same data in different places on multiple hard disks. By doing this, system performance will be improved and the input/output operations can overlap in a balanced way. This RAID Recovery software supports recovery from RAID-HDD and RAID-VHD files. RAID-HDD contains multiple hard disks while RAID-VHD contains multiple VHD (Virtual Hard Disks) files.
If you think there's a missing hard disk or virtual hard disk, you can use Add Missing Disk feature of this raid hard disk recovery software. If your disk is not shown in the available HardDisk list, you should use this feature. You need to click Add Missing Disk button, and a new disk will be created. You can, then, define its settings before you can start the scanning process.
RAID Recovery software supports RAID-0 and RAID-5 levels. In case of RAID-5 level, there're multiple Rotating Parity options users can use, such as: Rotating Parity 0 with Data Restart, Rotating Parity N with Data Restart and Rotating Parity N with Data Continuation.
SysInfo Raid recovery software is enriched with preview feature that allows users to check the preview of their recovered data in a tree-structure mode. Once the scanning process is completed, all the data (files and folders) inside the volume or drive are shown in tree-structure. Users need to expand the ROOT folder and then other folders one by one to check the recovered files. Also, users are allowed to check the file properties.