The problems with your data are always spontaneous. Regardless of how well you prepared for blackouts, or virus attacks when data loss happens, you will probably need some help. Your very first question will probably be:
How to recover RAID 5 disk failure?
First of all, calm down and realize that there is recovery software available that is able to save as much of your data as possible. If you are calm and ready to take the next steps, go to the next sections of this article, where you will be provided with proper instructions on how to recover RAID 5. The first thing you need to determine before RAID 5 data recovery is RAID 5 array configuration. It usually consists of the following parameters:
- The quantity of disks your RAID 5 contains. The minimal number for RAID 5 is three.
- The disk sequence within an array.
- The stripe size used in your RAID 5.
Recover Data from RAID 5 with software
The main thing to do to prevent data loss is backing up your data on a regular basis. BUT! If you don’t have any backup – it is not a problem with DiskInternals RAID Recovery. Using RAID Recovery you can restore your data from RAID 5, regardless of loss reason.
If you have encountered problems with RAID 5 data recovery, you can restore data with RAID Recovery™ by DiskInternals. This software will be able to save information and transfer it to a new location.
Detecting disk configuration and technical parameters can be made automatically or manually. All you need is to follow the step-by-step guide provided below just for you.
Data Recovery from RAID 5 with 2 Failed Drives
RAID 5 users frequently have troubles with data recovery, regardless of array size. You will need the most powerful RAID recovery software to perform data recovery from the RAID 5 array because of complicated mechanisms of data storage. The good news is that RAID Recovery™ by DiskInternals can perform RAID 5 data recovery.
Again, if you cannot even remember when your last backup was made, the possibility of recovering your information, and, moreover, the functions of the applications you had, will probably not be restored. But you can try saving data anyway. RAID Recovery™ by DiskInternals will make everything possible to save the maximum amount of information from your RAID 5 array. Manual for RAID 5 array recovery. If you are facing the problem of data loss, and you have never restored data before, below you will find a learning video. It has step-by-step guides that might help you to understand the RAID 5 data recovery process and make it easier.
Steps to recover data from RAID 5
Performing RAID 5 recovery is secure and reliable with Diskinternals RAID Recovery™. All you need is just to download RAID Recovery™ and follow the guide below.
To recover RAID 5 data, do the following steps.
- Connect the array disks to your computer as independent local disks.
- Launch the Diskinternals RAID recovery™ software.
- To repair RAID 5, open and perform the RAID Wizard; the new RAID disk will be added to the disk list.
- In Reader or Uneraser mode, open the logical disk, which is contained in the Hard Drives section of the disk list from the RAID disk.
- Highlight the data and save it to some new place using the Saving Wizard.
The software is pretty simple and intuitive, so you will be able to recover data from RAID 5 with 2 failed drives if you have a basic understanding of your RAID. Your data will be restored to some new location after the process is completed.