Hard disk partition can be defined as an act of dividing the hard disk drive into multiple logical storage units. Many partitions on a single hard drive appears as separate drives to the operating system. Hard drive partition is nothing but splitting up of hard drive memory space into different parts. Part of the drive is treated by the operating system as an independent logical storage area. Different file systems can be used on each partition. In those partitions RAID 0 is one of the mostly used partitions. RAID stands for Redundant Array of Independent Disk.
RAID 0 partitions of the hard drive might get accidentally deleted or lost. Many times due to this partition problem your system may be disabled. If a disk volume containing any valuable information, was damaged by the system malfunction or by a dangerous viruses, bad software, operator error, when the OS cannot be able to access a disk drive, accidental deletion of a RAID 0 partition image file or an important document, all these may lead to data loss. You may lose your RAID 0 partitions by various reasons such as Virus infection, power surge, formatting of hard drive, etc. Anyway you can restore lost or deleted RAID 0 partition from the hard drive using this Partition Recovery Tool. This powerful tool can also retrieve partition on Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows server 2003 and 2008 in an easy manner.
Some of the common scenarios for loss RAID 0 partitions:
- Damage of the Master Boot record: In the process of starting the operating system master Boot record is used. If the MBR sector gets damaged it will lead to corruption of the RAID 0 partition which may result in not booting your hard drive, and recovering files from lost partitions demands creating a new one by reinstalling the OS.
- Power failure: Power failure also results in hard drive RAID 0 partition loss. The components of the electronic circuit may fail making the disk in openable
- Issues in RAID 0 volume: RAID 0 partition will store data in volume that is consisting of multiple disks interconnected together, thus any kind of problem in a single disk will affect the whole volume.
- Other reasons: Some other reasons that may affect RAID 0 partition are software conflicts, hard disk failure, human error etc.
As such you may lose the data from RAID 0 partitions due to various reasons. There is no need of getting worried as this lost RAID 0 partitions can be recovered using the efficient recovery software. By using the Partition Recovery Software you can recover RAID 0 partitions from your hard drive.
Excellent features of partitions recovery software:
This Partition Recovery tool can recover RAID 0 partition from hard drives such as PATA, SATA, ATA, IDE and SCSI. Restore lost or deleted RAID 0 partitions for the operating systems such as Windows Vista, XP, 7, 2003 and Mac OS X Lion, Snow Leopard, Leopard. Supports to recover RAID 0 partition from different file system such as FAT, HFS, and NTFS. Ability to recover lost or deleted data which is occurred due to boot sector corruption or corruption of file allocation system. Restores the data which is lost due to software failure, accidental deletion of files and accidental partition formatting. By employing this restoration utility, you can also recover data from dead hard drive or formatted hard drive with few simple steps. Partition Recovery software has an inbuilt powerful scanning engine that scans for all files such as audio, video, documents, etc.
Steps to recover files from RAID 0 partition:
1: Get the demo version of partitions recovery software and install the same. After initiating the tool, run the application to find the home screen. Now, select "Recover Drives / Partitions" option.
Figure 1: Main Window
2: Click either "Partition Recovery" or "Formatted / Reformatted Recovery" depending on your scenario.
Figure 2: Select Recovery Option
3: After this, choose the RAID 0 partition to restore data and click "Next" to start the data restoration process.
Figure 3: Select Drive
4: After scanning, the software will display a list of files that are recovered, if you are satisfied with the performance of the software you can buy the full version to start saving the restored files.
Figure 4: Preview Recovered Data