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RAID 0 Data Recovery | Recover Data from Corrupted RAID 0 Array

What is RAID data recovery? Free download one of the best RAID 0 data recovery software to restore data from corrupted or damaged RAID array with step-by-step guides. EaseUS RAID data recovery software enables you to easily recover data from RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, and 10.

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What You Should Know About RAID 0

RAID (Redundant Arrays of Independent Disks) has several levels, and RAID 0 is the basic RAID level. RAID 0, namely data stripping data striping technology. It can connect multiple hard disks into a hard disk group with a larger capacity, which can improve the performance and throughput of the disk. RAID 0 has no redundancy or error repair capabilities and requires at least two disks. It is generally used only when data security requirements are not high.

what is raid 0

RAID 0 is especially suitable for works that require high performance but don't care about data security, such as graphics workstations. For individual users, RAID 0 is also an excellent choice to improve hard disk storage performance.

RAID 0 has its own advantages and limitations.


  • low cost
  • High read and write performance
  • 100% utilization of storage space


  • No-fault tolerance
  • No redundancy function
  • One disk damaged, all data cannot be used

Free Download RAID 0 Data Recovery Software

Although the performance of RAID 0 is the highest among all RAID levels, it does not have any fault tolerance or redundancy. 

If one of the member disks fails, all data is lost. But you can use a professional RAID 0 data recovery software like EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for RAID 0 data recovery whether the RAID corruption is caused by human errors, abrupt power outage, controller failure, or software failure.

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You can use EaseUS RAID 0 data recovery software to recover and restore data from a corrupted or damaged RAID storage architecture or infrastructure. Developed with an advanced data recovery algorithm, it can extract and restore data from one or more RAID drives and storage components.

Main features of EaseUS data recovery software:

  • Recover deleted Word, Excel, PPT, PDF, photos, videos, audio, emails, and other hundreds of files
  • recover deleted files from Recycle Bin, HDD, SSD, USB flash drive, SD card, and external hard drives
  • Restore lost data on Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP, Windows Server 2019 - 2003, and macOS 11.2 ~ 10.9
  • Repair corrupted files automatically after data recovery

RAID 0 Data Recovery Step-by-Step (with Video Tutorial)

If the RAID drives have failed due to logical corruption or bad sectors or where RAID volume is deleted or corrupt, you can recover data from the damaged RAID array with EaseUS RAID 0 data recovery tool.

Here are the step-by-step guides for restoring data from RAID 0 with EaseUS EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard. And the video tutorial is attached below. 

Step 1. Scan the RAID drive

Choose the RAID drive from which you wish to recover data, and then click "Scan". Wait for the scanning process to finish, the deleted files will show up one by one.

choose the raid hard drive

Step 2. Find and preview lost RAID files

You can use "Filter" as quick navigation to find deleted or lost files. Besides, you can also use Search to find your lost RAID drive files via its file name or file extension.

scan the RAID drive

Step 3. Restore lost RAID drive files

Select the wanted files and click "Recover". Browse to save these files to another secure location.

recover data from the RAID drive

Video tutorial for What is RAID and how to recover corrupted RAID. 

Restore RAID 0 Data with Manual Service

If the RAID recovery software can't help, why not turn to RAID recovery service. You can restore RAID data with the help of experts.

EaseUS RAID Data Recovery Services

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Consult with EaseUS data recovery experts for one-on-one manual recovery service. We could offer the following services after FREE diagnosis. Our decades-experienced engineers are knowledgeable and can repair the damaged RAID structure and restore data from all RAID levels.

  • Restore data from all RAID levels, including RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 6, RAID 10, etc.
  • Recover data from enterprise RAIDs such as QNAP, Synology, WD, Buffalo, etc.
  • Retrieve lost RAID data caused by any issues
  • Fix disks that become GPT protected partitions
  • Recover data from RAID remotely, no need to ship

More Information About RAID 0

Know more about RAID 0 and RAID 0 data recovery.

What can cause data loss on RAID 0?

The following situations can easily lead to the loss of RAID disk array information:

  • The RAID array card fails
  • Disk physical failure
  • Power failure
  • Unplug and insert the hard disk to make the order wrong
  • Reconfigure RAID array information, etc.

Does a RAID 0 protect against data loss?

RAID 0 lacks fault tolerance and redundancy. It does not provide any protection against data loss because of logical or physical failures.

What happens if a drive fails in RAID 0?

When one disk in RAID 0 fails, the entire array crashes. That is, once a disk in RAID 0 fails, the entire array will crash, resulting in data corruption such as PST file corruption. Therefore, to prevent data loss in RAID 0, you need to understand the cause of the RAID 0 array failure.

Free RAID 0 data recovery software

EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard offers the free data recovery software to help recover up to 2GB of data from RAID 0 disk. You can use it to recover photos, videos, documents, audio, and other files from the RAID disk for free. 


RAID, is composed of many independent disks, combined into a large-capacity disk group, which uses the bonus effect of individual disks to provide data to enhance the performance of the entire disk system. Using this technology, the data is cut into many sections and stored on each hard disk.

There are three main factors in choosing a RAID level: data availability, I/O performance, and cost. If availability is not required, you can choose RAID 0 for high performance.

However, the data loss rate of RAID 0 is the highest. So, to ensure data security, you should back up the RAID array in a safe location. And use advanced RAID recovery software to recover lost data from RAID 0, RAID 5, RAID 6, or RAID 10 strikes.

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Dany is an editor of EaseUS who lives and works in Chengdu, China. She focuses on writing articles about data recovery on Mac devices and PCs. She is devoted to improving her writing skills and enriching her professional knowledge. Dany also enjoys reading detective novels in her spare time.

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Cedric Grantham is one of the senior editors and data recovery specialists of EaseUS who lives and works in Chengdu, China. He mainly writes articles and how-to tips about data recovery tutorials on PC and Mac. He has handled 10,000+ data recovery cases and is mainly good at data recovery of NTFS, FAT (FAT32 and ExFAT) file systems, and RAID structure reorganization of RAID 0, 5, and 10.

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