Runtime RAID Recovery for Windows v1.43 | 1.7 MB
RAID Recovery for Windows recovers the entire content of your broken RAID within minutes. You will be able to copy the files and folders over to another disk. RAID Recovery for Windows works for NTFS-formatted RAID-0 or RAID-5 configurations. RAID Recovery for Windows supports both software RAIDs managed by Windows (dynamic disk arrays) and hardware RAIDs managed by the mother board or a controller card.
Recover NTFS-formatted Windows RAIDs, including hardware RAID and Windows software RAIDs,, within minutes
Supports RAID-0 and RAID-5 configuration
No other software needed
Finds RAID parameters, such as start sector, stripe size, rotation, and drive order automatically
Easy to use wizard, no user input required, fully automated recovery
Run from the Runtime Live CD or a WinPE boot CD-ROM
Remove the drives from the RAID controller and attach them locally to your machine. Make sure the drives are all recognized by Windows Disk Management. If you are trying to recover a RAID-5, it is Ok to attach one drive less than the total number of drives in that RAID. RAID Recovery for Windows also works with images of your drives.
Install RAID Recovery for Windows to your computer and start the program. In Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8 you need to right-click the program icon and select "Run as Administrator".
A wizard will guide you through the recovery. A couple of minutes later, an Explorer-like window will show all recoverable files and folders. Now you can copy your files over to another disk. You can also view many file types before copying them, e.g. pictures, documents, etc.
RAID Recovery for Windows is easy to use. It automatically finds all parameters needed for the recovery, such as RAID start sector, stripe size, rotation, and drive order. Everybody is now able to recover his own RAID. No data recovery background required. No need to buy any other software.
OS : Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 2008, Windows 7, or Windows 8
Language : English
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