Volume Sets and RAIDs
R-Studio detects and processes valid hardware volume sets and RAIDs like regular drives/volumes.
R-Studio can analyze and recover data from software volume sets and RAIDs. If a software volume set or RAID is present in your system, R-Studio detects it, and a Volume sets and RAIDs object appears on the Drives panel. This object can be searched for files, scanned, and files found on it can be recovered the same way as from normal drives/volumes.
If, due to hardware failure, a hardware volume set or RAID cannot be accessed, or due to data loss your system does not recognize a software volume set or RAID, and you know what hard drives were in it, you may create a Virtual volume set or RAID and process it like a real software volume set or RAID or hardware volume set or RAID.
You may find more information on RAID data structure in Wikipedia.
You may turn numerical indexes for objects to distinguish them better while creating virtual RAIDs.
Managing your own RAID layouts
To save your own RAID layout in the presets
The configurations are stored in the user's RAID layout file. The path and name for this file is specified on the R-Studio Settings dialog box. If no file is specified, R-Studio will ask you to enter the name.
To load your RAID configuration
To edit your own RAID configuration