Recovery Explorer RAID iis applicable to handle a variety of logical data loss cases from RAID-based devices, such as NAS. The software deals with standard levels RAID 0, 1, 3, 4, 5, 6 and JBOD, nested levels 50 and 60, 10 and 1+0 etc., as well as custom RAID configurations. Additionally, this program may be useful in data loss cases from different linear storages. The application includes a possibility of recovering lost information in both conventional and Wizard modes.
Recovery Explorer RAID is able to handle a variety of logical data loss cases from RAID-based devices, like NAS. The software deals with standard levels and JBOD, nested levels, as well as custom RAID configurations. Additionally, this program is useful in data loss cases from different linear storages. The application includes a possibility of recovering lost information in both conventional and Wizard modes.
Recovery from most popular file system
Recovery Explorer RAID is a program, the functional capacities of which go beyond sole RAID-based devices. The software stands at your disposal to bring lost data back from personal computers, external devices, disk images and virtual disks formatted into lots of file systems. Besides, you can switch the program into a step-by step Wizard mode, what can make the recovery process intuitively obvious.
Another feature which makes Recovery Explorer RAID an advantageous RAID-recovery solution is a possibility of automated RAID assembly. Relying on its powerful functionality the software recognizes RAID metadata on the drives and suggests the user to reconstruct RAID configuration automatically. Additionally, Recovery Explorer RAID provides a tool for context disk analysis in a hexadecimal mode.
Without exaggeration, embedded RAID Builder is an ideal tool for NAS recovery. Besides a diversity of different RAID configurations common for NAS storages and supported by Recovery Explorer RAID, the program covers a wide set of numerous NAS devices. Supported NAS models include the most popular machines such as Buffalo Technology (TeraStation, LinkStation), Iomega, Synology, LaCie, Intel etc.
Hexadecimal data analysis
Recovery Explorer RAID allows viewing contents of disks, disk partitions and files in hexadecimal mode. The in-built hexadecimal viewer may be helpful in defining RAID parameters such as drives order, parity distribution algorithm as well as in examination of the overall disk consistency.
Comprehesive files recovery
A set of tools integrated in the software provides solutions for the most common data loss cases, including file system formatting. The software predicts the file allocation basing on the file system specifics, other files allocations and file content analysis to produce the best possible data recovery result.
Apple macOS X: all starting with version 10.7 and above;
Linux: Debian Linux 6.0 (or compatible) and above.
AMD64 (x86-64) - for all operating systems.
Ext2 to Ext4, UFS/UFS2, ReiserFS, XFS, JFS;
Apple HFS+ and APFS;
- SGI XFS:
- Apple HFS+ and APFS:
- Linux JFS (JFS2):
- UFS/UFS2, Adaptec UFS:
Supported are most popular standard RAID patterns for RAID0, RAID1E, RAID3, RAID5, RAID6, RAID7 etc.
RAID-on-RAID support: RAID level 10, 50, 60, 50E etc.
Supported are custom RAID patterns via RDL or Runtime VIM
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What's new in version 6.11:
* Significantly enhanced quality of lost data recovery from Btrfs file system; * Enhanced raw recovery procedure for certain picture formats based on TIFF (including camera raw photos); * Fixed some problems and extended support of camera raw photos by embedded viewer.
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What's new in version 6.10.1:
* Option to skip file system scan in Wizard mode to revise existing file system contents; * Fixed bug with incorrect file dates on native file systems under Linux and Mac OS; * Extended support of camera-raw formats by ebedded viewer.