RAID 5 is an array of at least three and often five or more hard drives which are used as a single drive. When you add data to RAID array, the controller card breaks it into chunks known as stripes. It writes a stripe to each drive apart from the one where it writes a parity stripe. This parity stripe is a set of data that the controller can use to extrapolate what all the other stripes are. In RAID 5 array the parity stripes are distributed across all the drives. Therefore if one drive fails, the RAID array can continue functioning without losing any data by reconstructing the missing data from the parity stripes.
Though RAID provides high performance, but it also brings many problems. For ex, you might find it difficult to resize and move partitions in these drives. These drives are also prone to failure due to heat, vibration and firmware’s. At this situation you might need the help of a professional RAID data recovery software to recover your lost data.
Possible reasons accountable for loss of data from RAID 5 arrays are as follows:
In all above risks and failures there is software named Yodot Hard Drive Recovery that can used to regain lost data from RAID 5 array. This software has been a priority choice among IT users to recover their lost data from variety of storage media like hard drive, external hard disks, USB flash drives, memory cards, iPods, etc. This software will search for all possible files types from RAID 5 array and then recovered them and shows you in restored data list. You are able to get back MS Office files (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, PST, DBX files, etc), ZIP files, RAR files, PDF documents, media files (photos, RAW images, video and music files) and many more file formats from RAID 5 array and other storage media on Windows 8, 7, XP, Vista, Server 2003 and 2008 operating systems.
Steps to perform data recovery from RAID 5 drives are:
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