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Raid Recovery offers home and office users an affordable and easily usable way to recover lost data and repaid damaged RAID arrays of various types.

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RAID Recovery Made Easy Even a RAID Controller Fails

First NTFS Recovery announces the release of Raid Recovery, a Windows tool to repair broken RAID arrays of all types and recover data from corrupted RAIDs. The new tool makes the recovery possible even if no RAID controller is present in the system, allowing users to repair broken arrays and extract valuable information after the failure of a RAID controller. Fully automated operation makes Raid Recovery suitable for home users, while the available manual mode makes the tool usable to system administrators and data recovery specialists.

About Raid Recovery

Raid Recovery makes it possible to recover all types of RAID arrays completely automatically. Automatic detection of the type of the array, its manufacturer, the number and order of disks comprising the array allows anyone to repair a failed RAID array and extract usable data out of it. Experienced users and system administrators will appreciate the available manual mode allowing them to reconstruct a broken RAID array by dragging and dropping icons representing physical hard drives.

Equipped with advanced RAID reconstruction and data recovery algorithms, Raid Recovery is fully able to re-create all types of broken RAID arrays. Supporting all types of mirror, stripe, and hybrid RAID systems, including RAID 0, 1, JBOD, RAID 5, and 0+1, Raid Recovery can repair RAIDs even if the original RAID controller is not present in the system. In fact, Raid Recovery can repair failed RAID arrays even if there is no RAID controller at all!

Raid Recovery supports many types of dedicated and all built-in RAID controllers. Native RAIDs featured in latest motherboards by NVidia, Intel, and VIA, are also supported. In addition to hardware RAID arrays, Raid Recovery recognizes and supports Microsoft Dynamic Disks managed by Windows Server family systems; however, the recovery is available on any host platform, not necessarily a Server one.

Compatible with Microsoft Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, 2003 Server, Vista, and 2008 Server, Raid Recovery supports all revisions of FAT and NTFS file systems, including, without limitation, all versions of FAT16, FAT32, EXT2, EXT3, NTFS, NTFS 4, and NTFS 5.

The available Live Preview makes it possible to preview the results of data recovery operations without writing anything to the disk. Live Preview allows evaluation users and paying customers to preview more than 150 types of files in live, WYSIWYG mode.

About First NTFS Recovery

Founded in 2004, First NTFS Recovery delivers a variety of data recovery tools aimed at home users and system administrators all over the world. The unique combination of sophisticated data recovery technologies and simple, easy to use user interface with click-by-click operation makes data recovery products by First NTFS Recovery high regarded by customers all over the world.

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