Quick Recovery for RAID
Oops! Remember the frequent usage of this word when accidentally DEL key on the keyboard was pressed? Why the hell you delete my file to store yours? It took me five days and extensive research to come up to that presentation! Yes, this situation was constantly faced by almost all of us when we did not know the solution. Presently, Data Recovery is one of the most important aspects of our professional as well as personal lives due to the increased usage and dependency on computers. Quick Recovery for RAID has also been designed and developed with a view to safeguard our crucial data during adverse situations.
RAID is the most effective tool when recovery of deleted or lost data from RAID
0 & RAID
5 Servers is sought for. The unique Guided File Excavation Technology (GFETCh) used in the software has proven to be the most competitive in locating folders and files which are lost even behind the overwritten partitions.
Starting at 299 USD
A quick glance at the features:
Operating System Supported
Minimum System Requirement
- RAM: 256 MB (Windows XP & Server 2003/2000), 1 GB (Windows 7, Windows 8, Server 2008 & Vista)
- Processor: 800 MHZ or higher
- Hard Disk: 50 MB space
Important Guidelines to be followed while using Quick Recovery for RAID in 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Vista:
- Install Quick Recovery for RAID. Right click on "Quick Recovery for RAID " icon from the desktop and choose "Run as administrator". Else,
- Go to Start menu > Programs > Quick Recovery > Quick Recovery for RAID. Right click "Quick Recovery for RAID" and then choose "Run as administrator".
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A: This software helps you to recover the deleted, lost or damaged data from the RAID server. You need to follow the following procedure as:
- Click on “Select Image”
- A dialog box will open in order to select the image.
- Select the file system and click on next
- Select the destination folder from where you wish to save the recovered files (make sure do not recover the files on the same drive from which you want to recover the data).
- Once the procedure is complete, you can access the recovered files from the destination folder that you have assigned to save your data.