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Making data recovery from complex storages simple as ABC

  • Special algorithms focused on RAID recovery tasks
  • Automatic detection of RAID parameters
  • Immediate RAID reconstruction and assembly
  • Work with a wide diversity of file systems
  • Equally efficient data recovery from stand-alone storage media
  • Hexadecimal viewer for manual on-disk data analysis
  • Alternative simplified Wizard-based mode
  • Best price in the RAID recovery segment
Recovery Explorer RAID box

Recover data from RAID and other storages with Recovery Explorer RAID

Recovery Explorer RAID is your best bet if you encountered data loss from any type of RAID, whether hardware or software, or a RAID-based device, like NAS. The software handles RAID arrays of standard and nested levels as well as custom RAID configurations. The user-friendly interface of the program makes the recovery procedure simple and straightforward even for those lacking technical background. Moreover, the application allows to work with any other stand-alone storage medium with the same efficiency while a set of additional tools will aid you in the process helping to achieve the desired result with much less effort and time spent.

Recovery Explorer RAID is the successor of the data recovery software – UFS Explorer RAID Recovery (version 5). Learn about the difference between these software products and find out the advantages of choosing Recovery Explorer RAID as your data recovery tool.

Features of Recovery Explorer RAID

RAID recovery
  • Standard RAID patterns: RAID0, RAID1E, RAID3, RAID5, RAID6, RAID7, etc.

  • Hybrid RAID Levels: RAID10, RAID50, RAID60, RAID50E, etc.

  • Custom RAID configurations defined through the RAID Definition Language (RDL)

  • Automatic reconstruction of mdadm, LVM, Apple Software RAID, Intel Matrix

  • Contextual on-disk data analysis for RAID assembly

  • RAID-Builder tool

Data recovery from linear storages
  • Local and external hard drives

  • Any portable storage media: USB Flash drives, SD cards, MicroSDs,
    MiniSDs, MMCs, Memory Sticks, etc

  • Disk images and virtual disks

  • FAT/FAT32/ExFAT/NTFS file systems of Windows

  • HFS+ and APFS file systems of macOS

  • Ext2/Ext3/Ext4, UFS/UFS2, Adaptec UFS, big-endian UFS, XFS, ReiserFS, JFS, Btrfs file systems of Linux

  • Data recovery by known content: IntelliRAW™ with custom rules

Data access
  • Immediate access to files and folders

  • Instantaneous pre-recovery file system analysis

  • Opening custom block devices (SCSI, CD/DVD, RAID, etc.)

Scanning
  • Quick file system scan

  • Instant detection of lost partitions

  • Full-range storage scan for all-at-once data recovery

Additional functions
  • Alternative simple Wizard-style mode

  • On-the-spot preview of file contents

  • File system reconstruction after formatting

  • File search filter

  • Built-in disk image file creator

  • Support of logical volumes under Windows and Linux

Hexadecimal analysis
  • Hexadecimal viewer for storage content analysis

Technical data

Host operating systems
  • Microsoft Windows ®: Windows ® XP with Service Pack 3 and above (up to Windows 10)

  • Apple macOS: version 10.8 and above (Intel 64-bit CPU)

  • Linux: Most modern Linux distributions (software API requires ld-linux.so.3, libstdc++.so.6, libX11.so.6, libpthread.so.0)

  • Not supported: iOS, Android, Windows RT, Windows Mobile, etc.

Host CPU architectures
  • AMD64 (x86-64)

  • Intel Architecture, 32-bit (IA-32, x86)

RAID support
  • Automatic reconstruction of mdadm, LVM, Apple Software RAID, Intel Matrix.

  • Support of most popular standard RAID patterns for RAID0, RAID3, RAID5, RAID6, RAID7, etc.

  • RAID-on-RAID support: RAID level 10, 50, 60, etc.

  • Support of custom RAID patterns via "RAID definition language".

Trial software limitations
  • The software copies files with the size less than 768 KB only

  • "Save" and "Copy" functions of certain hexadecimal viewer/editor dialogs are disabled.

* Apple HFS+/ Ext2-Ext4: A limited number of files can be recovered with their original names due to the specifics of the file systems

* UFS/UFS2: Very limited support of deleted data recovery