Data Recovery from Volume Sets and RAIDs
If a volume set or RAID is present in your system, Restorer Ultimate detects it, and a Volume sets and RAIDs object appears on the Device/Disk list. This object can be searched for files, scanned, and files found on it can be recovered the same way as from regular drives/volumes.
If you have components from a failed volume set or RAID, you may create a Virtual volume set or RAID from the components to recover files from it. Such components may be any objects on the Device/Disk list, be them real hard drives or disk images.
Once a Virtual Volume sets and RAIDs object is created, it can be searched for files, scanned, and files found on it can be recovered the same way as from regular drives/volumes.
To edit an already created Virtual volume set or RAID object
or control-click the object and select RAID Properties on the contextual menu.
To delete an already created Virtual volume set or RAID object
If you select Save, the layout will be saved in the raidlayout.xml file and it will appear among the presets. You may reach the presets by clicking the More button and selecting Presets on the contextual menu.
If you select Save To File, the layout will be saved in a file specified by you. You may load the layout by clicking the More button and selecting Load From File on the contextual menu.
Loading your RAID configuration
To load an already saved layout of a Virtual volume set or RAID object
If there're objects in the Parents tab, the preset will be applied to them. If the Parents tab is empty, Restorer Ultimate will search the disks listed in the Drives tab for the parents in the user's RAID layout file. If the search fails,Restorer Ultimate will show the Reference Parents not found message