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Raise Data Recovery for XFS

by category: Data Recovery Software
version: 5.19.1
last updated: 17.03.2016

Product is licensed under terms and conditions of the
General Life-Time License supplied with the software.

Installer, 32bit
Software Installer for Microsoft Windows, 32 bit. Current software version.

This product was replaced with:
Raise Data Recovery [STS] version 6.10.1.
The version is supported for older purchases and is not available for ordering anymore.

Discontinued
NEVER download or install the software to the storage you have lost your information from. This can result into permanent data loss. In case of data loss from a system partition it is strongly recommended to shut down the system and consider using UFS Explorer Emergency Recovery CD.

Raise Data Recovery version 5 is deprecated. You may consider switching to either of:

 
Raise Data Recovery version 6:
  • Simple, Wizard-style interface;
  • Fits best for data recovery from removable storages;
  • Many file systems in a single product;
  • Supports most popular storage devices;
  • Advanced file content viewer;
  • Modular activation with lifetime license and Short- or Long-term support plans.
  UFS Explorer Standard Recovery:
  • Technician-style interface;
  • Many file systems in a single product;
  • Supports most popular storage devices, storage "image" files, virtual disks;
  • Simple software activation with lifetime license, valid for current major software version;
  • Software supports extensions (plug-ins).

Raise Data Recovery is a software product group that comprises data recovery applications each designed for certain file system type. The applications are fully functional, and they gain the lower cost due to their focus on the concrete file system. Principally, these programs are aimed at recovery of lost and accidentally deleted files at the same time allowing for reconstruction of the file system and optional assembly of RAID.

Key software features include:

Data Recovery from XFS file system

Raise Data Recovery for XFS is a special tool for recovery of lost and deleted files from all types of XFS-formatted storages, including storages of Linux desktops, servers and network attached storages (NAS).

File system reconstruction after formatting

The software includes possibility to recover lost data from re-formatted XFS file system. Raise Data Recovery will automatically reconstruct the file system structure and scan the file system for lost files.

Support of virtual disks and disk images

In addition to physical drives, the software operates with virtual storages and disk images with equal efficiency. This software feature allows for recovery of lost data from the virtual environment.

Optional RAID assembly

The software is also in support of RAID storages reconstruction. External RAID-Builder plug-in will let you carry out the assembly of standard RAID configurations. After that, the assembled XFS-formatted RAID-storage becomes available for recovery of lost and deleted files.

Specifications

Supported host operating systems
Microsoft Windows ®: starting with Windows ® XP with Service Pack 3 and later;
Supported host computer architectures:
Intel Architecture, 32-bit (IA-32, x86); runs on 64 bit OS (via WOW64).
Supported file systems for recovery
SGI XFS: full support: data access, search for lost partitions, RAID recovery, deleted files recovery, recovery after format and recovery after file system damage.
RAID support
Standard RAID assembly via RAID Access Plugin - RAID Builder;
Custom RAID in Runtime VIM format via RAID Access Plugin - VIM Import.
Trial limitations
The software will copy files with the size below 256KB only;

System requirements

Minimal configuration
any of supported operating systems
at least 20MB free disk space for software executable files
at least 1GB RAM
none
Recommended configuration
any of supported operating systems
over 1GB free disk space for program and temporary files
at least 2GB RAM and dual-core CPU
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