User Guide
Everything you need to know about data recovery with the Raise Data Recovery software

Thanks to Raise Data Recovery, restoring any file has become elementary even for novice users. This guide will give you an insight into different aspects of this process and teach you to easily cope with various data loss tasks even if you’ve never worked with data recovery software before. Here you can also find some helpful advice from experts in this realm that will help you to avoid those gross mistakes which may turn the whole procedure into a data disaster.

Raise Data Recovery in action

Raise Data Recovery serves for effortless retrieval of lost and accidentally deleted files from hard drives of your computer or laptop, various external USB-attached storages, memory cards, USB-sticks, etc. It will also be of use as a means to get your data back from a RAID system. With Raise Data Recovery you can be sure of a complete safety of the recovery process, the highest recovery result and the minimum time spent for search of the lost information. Follow this short step-by-step guide which will demonstrate you the whole recovery procedure from start to finish and help you to handle the data loss problem you’ve encountered without a hitch.

Launch Raise Data Recovery.

Step 1. Choosing the storage

The program will show all connected physical disks and logical volumes. Choose the needed storage and press Continue to scan it.

Step 2. Scanning the storage

It may take some time depending on the storage capacity and working speed. You can also skip scanning.

Step 3. Evaluating the results

Raise Data Recovery will show all found files. You can preview text files, PDF files and images before saving them. The files also can be sorted by name, date, file type and size.

Step 4. Choosing the needed files and folders

Select files and folders which you want to save and press Recover selected.

Step 5. Saving the recovered files

Select the folder which you want to save the recovered files to.

WARNING: Never save files to the storage you have lost your data from! This will lead to irreversible data loss.

Saving the results may be time-taking, depending on the number of files to be saved and the work speed of the storage.

The files are successfully saved and you can now work with them. The recovery process is finished!