RAID, acronym for Redundant Array of Independent Disks (originally Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks), is a technology that provides increased storage functions and reliability through redundancy. This is achieved by combining multiple disk drive components into a logical unit, where data are distributed across the drives in one of several ways called "RAID levels".
The distribution of data across multiple drives can be managed either by dedicated hardware or by software. A software solution may be part of the operating system, or it may be part of the firmware and drivers supplied with a hardware RAID controller.Now let's see how create and Recover RAID Array.
When your RAID drive begins to demonstrate faulty or unexpected behavior due to system crash, virus attack or power failure/surge, what you need to do is to find a reliable utility to restore RAID data. RAID Recovery sofware is such a powerful program that can recover data from RAID including RAID 0, RAID 5 in Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, XP, and Vista. With the features of high speed and good quality, it is widely used by thousands of users around the world. Furthermore, it is easy enough for all levels of computer users, even novices.
Smart: If you know your stripe size and cyde way,It is highly recommended. Specify RAID layout and directly click "Next", and a window with possible RAID architectures appears. Choose the architecture you need to recover and click "OK".
Manual: If you know your , try this way. Select RAID layout and enter the information it requires. And then click "Next".
Smart+Manual: Choose RAID layout and click "Intelligent Analysis". According to the results of possible RAID architectures, import the information about stripe size and cyde way to the fields. Click "Next".
Or you can click "Other operate"->"scan the partition with deleted recovery mode". And then choose the location for recovered files. In this way, the deleted RAID files can be recovered.
By the way, a new feature of recovering RAID data on Mac will be added in the next Data Recovery for Mac.comments powered by Disqus