UFS Explorer RAID Recovery

UFS Explorer RAID Recovery 7.3

Efficient software tool for data recovery from RAID and RAID-based NAS.
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UFS Explorer RAID Recovery is an accomplished software product focused on RAID-related data recovery tasks.
The program allows reconstructing complex RAID systems of various complexity, both software and hardware, including standard RAID patterns, nested/hybrid RAID levels as well as custom RAID configurations, and effectively restore data lost due to user errors or various logical issues.

The software supports a wide range of file systems of Windows (NTFS, FAT, FAT32, exFAT), macOS (HFS+, APFS), Linux (Ext2, Ext3, Ext4, XFS, JFS, ReiserFS, UFS/UFS2, Btrfs), BSD/Solaris (simple and stripe ZFS volumes) and is capable of detecting and working with various modern storage technologies, like MDADM, Logical Disk Manager, MS Storage Spaces, LVM, Synology Hybrid RAID, Apple Software RAID, Apple Fusion Drive, Intel Matrix, RAID-Z and others.

Advanced software techniques enable building RAID from physical disks or a set of disk images, editing RAID configurations or saving them for further work. Also, the software features an embedded hexadecimal viewer for brief analysis of data on partitions and disks.

Furthermore, the program provides an extensive set of instruments for work with damaged disks: RAID with damaged sectors can be adaptively reconstructed using parity (for RAID 5 and RAID 6), a copy of data (for RAID 1) or disk images with the imitation of bad sectors with help of bad sector maps.

In addition to RAID and RAID-based devices, like NAS, the software is applicable for data recovery from other storages: PCs and laptops, USB flash drives, memory cards, external hard drives, virtual machines, disk image files, etc.

The software ensures the safety of your data by working in a safe read-only mode while various helpful options like sorting, search filters, file preview, interface-zooming, storage image creator, etc. make the process easy and smooth.

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