The tool is able to re-create RAID arrays of all types, and supports most types of RAID arrays, including RAID 0, 1, 5, 0+1, and JBOD (span).
(PRWEB) June 11, 2010
Raid Labs announces the release of Raid Recovery, an update of a popular Windows tool to recover all types of RAID arrays with or without the original RAID controller present. Raid Recovery gets an update of its trademarked data recovery engine which now supports the recovery of more than 230 types of files, a leap forward compared to 150 types of files supported by prior versions. All newly added formats are fully supported including the support of company’s signature Live Preview, a feature allowing instant preview of recoverable files.
About Raid Recovery
Raid Recovery is designed to allow Windows users recovering dismantled, damaged or corrupted RAID arrays even if the original RAID controller is not present in the system. The tool is able to re-create RAID arrays of all types, and supports most types of RAID arrays, including RAID 0, 1, 5, 0+1, and JBOD (span). Raid Recovery supports most dedicated and all built-in RAID controllers. Arrays created with RAID controllers built into Intel, NVIDIA, and VIA motherboards are supported, as well as Microsoft Dynamic Disks. The RAID recovery tool supports all editions of FAT and NTFS file systems, and works in all versions of Windows including Windows Vista, Windows 7, and 2008 Server.
Apart from technologies allowing Raid Recovery to reassemble dismantled RAID arrays, the core of the tool is its data recovery engine called PowerSearch. The engine applies advanced techniques in order to locate and recover many types of files spread over multiple disks comprising RAID arrays. PowerSearch relies on a database of recognized file formats in order to identify, locate and recover those files. The more information the database contains, the more types of files Raid Recovery can successfully restore.
The new version of Raid Recovery features an updated engine. The updated data recovery engine now recognizes more than 230 types of files, a leap forward compared to the previous version that could only recognize about 150 file types.
About Raid Labs Inc.
Established in 2008, RaidLabs Inc. has instantly become a renowned leader in the data recovery market. Marketing the most technically advanced and technologically sophisticated products, the company offers the market a unique blend of high technologies and high-end usability. RaidLabs integrates hi-tech and user-friendliness into synergetic products, offering a variety of disk and data recovery tools for Windows users.
The updated version of Raid Recovery is available as a free evaluation download http://raidlabs.com
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