Self-serve RAID recovery is possible with proper tools even if the original RAID controller has failed
Failed RAID arrays can often be recovered with little effort. More often than not, the problem lies within a RAID controller being unable to correct a simple issue, resulting in the disks comprising the array going out of sync. Given the right tools, you can fix the problem yourself.
Raid Recovery is a perfect choice for repairing a failed RAID array. The tool covers a wide range of RAID data recovery problems from failed RAID controllers to crashed hard drives. It also corrects for any logical errors such as file system corruption or excessive bad sectors.
Raid Recovery can be used to recover RAID arrays on PCs with or without a RAID controller installed. Simply put, the tool does not need or use RAID controllers used to create and manage the failed array. Instead, Raid Recovery automatically recognizes the type of the array, detects essential parameters such as disk order and stripe size, and re-assembles the array, allowing you to address it as a single drive.
After reconstructing the array, Raid Recovery will switch into data recovery mode, allowing you to extract information from that array. You can transfer existing files and folders onto another disk, or search the array for missing information such as deleted files or lost data.