Recovering lost data and repairing corrupted stand-alone disks is a simple matter compared to recovering RAID arrays. While there are plenty of solutions to unerase deleted files, recover lost data or recover file system/partition table corruption on single disks, products performing similar functions on disks assembled into RAID arrays are scarce at best.
With wide spread of inexpensive RAID controllers built right into computer motherboards, RAID arrays of various types gaining popularity among home and office users.
As a result, except of a simple mirror array, if a single disk from the RAID chain fails, steps are required to recover data stored on the array. Typically, RAID recovery products are complex, expensive and geared towards professional data recovery services and IT specialists rather than general consumer, leaving the most needing in the cold.
Fortunately, home and office users are not left without options.
Supporting all common types of RAID arrays, including RAID 0, 1, 5, 0+1, and JBOD (span), Raid Recovery recognizes most consumer-grade RAID controllers on the market. The RAID recovery tools recognizes and repairs arrays created with RAID array chips supplied with many modern motherboards manufactured by Intel, NVIDIA, and VIA, and supports Dynamic Disks, software-based RAID introduced by Microsoft.
Offering easy, step-by-step operation, intuitive user interface and the proprietary LivePreview technology available in both free and full versions of the products, Raid Recovery defines a class of its own.