Getway Raid Recovery can extract data from multiple Hard disks in a RAID system, and rebuild the correct data. It can get data back from various types of array, including RAID 0, RAID 5, RAID 5E, RAID 5EE and RAID 6. It can recover data due to the following data loss situations: File Deletion; Accidental Array Format; MBR damage/ loss/ excursion; DBR damage; One or two RAID hard disk damage, etc. You can analysis your RAID by using "Smart Mode", "Manual Mode" or "User-defined Mode".
Even if you do not know the RAID parameters, such as Stripe Size, Drive Offset, Direction of Rotation, and Drive Order, etc. You just need to choose the "Smart Mode", and then the system can help him analyze all details of the parameters. Furthermore, you can create a copy of the reconstructed RAID in a file or on a physical drive.
If your RAID type is special or the file system which can't be supported by the system, you can select the "Manual Mode". The important is you should know all details of the RAID and set up all the parameters, such as Stripe Size; Drive Order; Drive Offset; RAID Type, etc.
Also Getway Raid Recovery supports the "User-defined Mode" which is the powerful complementarity to the RAID Type which can't be supported by the System. You can set up the RAID Type, the serial number on every strip, thus it can increase the flexibility of the system.
Getway Raid Recovery is read-only. It ensures the intactness of the data on your RAID when doing RAID recovery. It just creates a copy of your RAID at another location.
User can directly view the partition data by the "File Browsing". User can estimate the smart analysis result /manual set parameters is right or not. If the result/ parameters are right, you can create the image and store the image on another hard disk or in other files.
Getway Raid Recovery adopts the "Guide Operation" which is the easy, quick and smart operation. Anyone can recover failed RAID arrays with it.