What is meant by RAID data?

What is meant by RAID data?

RAID stands for redundant array of independent disks. The advantage od RAID is that multiple disks are working together for increasing the system performance. RAID data recovery is the procedure of restoring of data from the RAID array that has stopped working. click here to know more.

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How to perform RAID data recovery:

For RAID-1 you have minimum two hard drives  when you combine these two disks we are going to copy them for example the drive names are file1 and file2 the file1 is copied to other hard disks that is file2 and file2 is copied to file1in RAID-1 level if the one of your disk is failed your data is available is file2 second disk and you can continue to use in second drive because you have a full copy available in the second drive this is the advantage  if one drive is failed and other copy is available

How the RAID works?

You have a windows2016 in that go to disk management select new hard drives select the thee disks to initialise them it asks to select the MBR (master book record)or GPT(GUID partition table) select the MBR option and click ok you can select the disks and disk sized volumes and then click here add and then choose whether you want this volume and if so what settings you want to use. And enter the file name that is RAID-1 and click finish.

RAID data is different from the standard data recovery processes as the RAID storage

Functions of Data recovery:

  • Undelete recover data: recover data accidentally deleted or emptied from recycle bin.
  • Format recovery: recover lost data due to format operation and virus attacks.
  • Partition recovery: recover data from the deleted partition.

there is a number of techniques to recover the data one of the technique is file carving it is a process of reassembling the files there are some important files which we often delete by mistake and we are panicked because there are so important files that we need it back at any cost so you need not panic because there is a pre requisite in the system properties your system restore should be on in that drives  the available drives in the system are drive, backup files, important files, that is all partitions if it is turned on you will not be able to recover the files for example there is a folder in your desktop file name FILE1 deleted by mistake and it is permanently deleted from the system if you want to recover the file then create a new folder name as exactly the same folder name that is FILE1 spelling should be same as it was before deleting it. if you make any spelling mistake you will not be able to recover those files now you right click go to properties and then over here go to the previous version now it is searching for the previous version system restore now go to the FILE1 this was the original file and go to restore the file.