Step 1. Select ‘Raid Recovery’ to recover the Raid Arrays.
Step 2. Select the Hard Drives configured in the RAID array using the arrows to construct the probable RAID
Step 3. After clicking on the 'Don’t know start sector of drives’ checkbox, enter the probable start sectors. After that select the ‘Stripe/Block Size’ and if you don’t remember their values click on ‘Don’t Know’ option.
Step 4. Once the previous parameters are configured, choose the ‘Select Parity Order/Rotation’ and if you don’t remember their values click on ‘Don’t Know’ option.
Step 5.Select the “Parity Delay”.
Step 6. This is the configuration window of RAID 6 array. Use the ‘Don’t Know’ Option if the RAID parameters are unknown.
Step 7. This is the configuration window of RAID 0 array.
Step 8. If the configuration of the RAID 0 array is unknown, ‘Don’t Know’ feature provides the user to enter the probable values of ‘stripe/block size’
Step 9. The configuration of a RAID 5 array has been shown; virtual raid construction is possible by selecting the ‘Don’t Know’ feature if the parameters are unknown.
Step 10. The software will start constructing the RAID with the help of the configurations specified in the previous windows.
Step 11. The Rebuilt RAID order is shown. Click on the ‘Show Volume List’ to view the RAID partitions.
Step 12.After clicking on ‘Show Volume List’, the volumes are being shown. Select the volume from where you want to start recovering data. Click on ‘Scan’ to start the recovery.
Step 13.The recoverable files will be shown with the option to recover a whole folder or a singular file.
Step 14.The software will ask you about the location where you want to save your data, once the path is entered your data will be saved to preferred location.