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Save recognized partition layout
Set raw file search options...
Apple CoreStorage/File Vault/Fusion Drive Volumes
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Bad Sectors settings
Broken File Name options
Change Raw File Search Options
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Connect to Restorer settings
Allow connection from any address
Allow connection from the host
Contact Informaiton and Technical Support
Delete Recognized Partition Layout
Open Recognized Partition Layout
Save Recognized Partition Layout
Create a Virtual Volume Set or RAID
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Data Recovery from Volume Sets and RAIDs
Data Recovery on HFS/HFS+ File System
There is not enough process memory...
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File mask options
File Recovery on a Remote Computer
File Systems settings
Default encoding for Ext2/Ext3/Ext4/UFS volumes
Default encoding for HFS volumes
Finding Previous File Versions
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- I -
Introduction to Restorer Ultimate
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- M -
Disable All Warnings and Confirmations
Show All Warnings and Confirmations
Memory Usage settings
Preview of the file is unavailable...
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Nested and Non-Standard RAID Levels
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RAID 6 Presets
Recover Files from Deleted/Corrupted Logical Disks and Partitions
Recover Files from Existing Logical Disks
Recover Files from System Disk with SIP Enabled
Do not recover hidden and system attributes
Recover all content of a selected folder, ignoring specified file mask:
Recover alternative data streams:
Recover real folders structure
Recover the entire path to the file object:
Restorer Ultimate Remote Emergency Engine
Restorer Ultimate Remote Engine
Restorer Ultimate Remote Engine Options
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Find Previous Versions of the File
Show Files Sorted by
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- V -
Volume Sets, Stripe Sets, and Mirrors
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OS X can create several software RAIDs from disks connected to a Mac computer: RAID1 (Mirror set), RAID0 (Stripe set), and Concatenated disk set.
Restorer Ultimate automatically detects disks from Apple RAID sets and creates their virtual RAIDs automatically. At the same time, Restorer Ultimate gives access to the individual members of the Apple RAID sets (hard drives and images).
When an automatically created Apple RAID is selected, Restorer Ultimate highlights its components. It also highlights the Apple RAID that macOS may itself create from the same components.
Restorer Ultimate shows the components of the Apple RAID on its MacOS Components tab. Control-click the Apple RAID and select Setup MacOS RAID Components on the contextual menu.
Restorer Ultimate shows broken Apple RAIDs in pink.
The M acOS Components tab also allows you to manually disconnect or connect the components, for example, if they are such damaged that Restorer Ultimate cannot recognize them as parts of a broken Apple RAID. Select the object from the drop-down box and click the Connect button. Restorer Ultimate displays the objects it recognizes as the components of the Apple RAID in blue.
You may immediately switch to the Apple RAID configuration that Restorer Ultimate believes most probable by clicking the Reassemble button.
Restorer Ultimate shows such Apple RAIDs in blue: