Zero Assumption Recovery Technician Edition v10.0.1023 + Crack
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RAID recovery is the process of data recovery from a RAID array which failed for whatever reason, may it be a controller problem, member hard drives failure, or something else.
RAID0 is a non-redundant array usually consisting of two disks. Since there is no redundancy in a RAID0, data recovery is possible only if all the member disks are available. In case of member disk failure, first, you need to image/repair the failed disk and only then try RAID 0 recovery.
RAID5 is a redundant array usually consisting of three disks. Due to redundancy, it is possible to recover RAID5 data even with one array member disk missing; however, if you deal with multiple disk failure, first you need to image/repair disk(s) until you get at least (N-1) disks available.
NAS (Network Attached Storage) is a multi-disk device used as a file server providing data access to various clients. Typically, RAID technology is used to combine NAS disks into a single storage, the most common RAID layouts used are RAID0 and RAID5. Most known NAS vendors are QNAP, Buffalo, NETGEAR, LaCie, Seagate, and Synology.
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10, 8/8.1, Windows 7.
Processor (CPU): Pentium 4 (2.4 GHz) Or Above.
Graphics Cards (GPU): PCI Express graphic accelerator supporting DirectX 9.0, Intel HD Graphics, ATI Radeon HD 5000, NVIDIA GeForce 9500GT or above.
Memory (RAM): 2 GB required for Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1.