Software Pre-Requisite

  • Platinum Class Processor
  • Minimum Memory: 512MB RAM (1GB Recommended)
  • Disk Space: Enough space to store the recovered output
  • High-speed internet connection

User Interface

When you launch the Sysinfo RAID Recovery Tool, the first interface will appear like this.

User Interface

Software Working

Step by Step Guide to use Raid Recovery tool

  • Step 1: Successfully install and run the SysInfoTools RAID Recovery suite on your computer. Now from RAID-HDD and RAID-VHD choose one suitable option. Click NEXT.
    Step 1
  • Step 2: Select ADD VHD FILE option to add corrupted VHD files to roll back them again. According to your disk option choose the VHD files and also go through other options. Click NEXT for further process.
    Step 2
  • Step 3:Choose a suitable scanning mode according to your need between STANDARD or ADVANCEmode. Also, define other choices. Click Next.
    Step 3
  • Step 4:Wait until the scanning process gets completed. Click OK button.
    Step 4
  • Step 5: From the Volume List, select the volume from which you want to recover along with the additional Custom Settings. Click Next to move further.
    Step 5
  • Step 6: Select the mode of recovery from Standard, Advance or Deep. Choose accordingly and click on the Next button.
    Step 6
  • Step 7: Within no time the recovery process for the selected volume will be completed and all the recovered files & folders will be visible to you in the Tree Structure format. Click OK and Select the recovered files and click on Save button to save them in a user-defined location.
    Step 7

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, you can use the Raid Recovery Software on Windows 7 because it is compatible with all versions of Windows including Windows 11 and 10.

No, you cannot save the recovered data using the demo version of this software. The demo version of this tool will only display the recovered Raid data but if you want to save the recovered data then you will have to buy the Raid Recovery Full version.

Yes, this software supports both the file systems that are NTFS and FAT file systems.