We don't support RAID2 *reconstruction*. If any array type is intact and accessible from Windows then you should be able to use any data recovery / undelete tool that supports the file system. That being said: The size of the data shouldn't be an issue, however the number of files can limit such software (including out iRecover). Per file an x amount of memory is required and when there are too many files the software may simply run out of memory. iRecover should be able to handle millions of files on a 64 bit system. if iRecover however can't handle the number of files you should be looking for a 64 bit tool (I think R-Studio is already available as 64 bit).
First thank you for the extensive explanation (now I have to visit wikipedia).
I am trying R-Studio at the moment but I am stuck as I am missing the following info
- Offset for every drive
- Block Order (Left Synchronous, Left Asynchronous, Right Synchronous, Right Asynchronous or Custom)
- RAID algorithm / RAID layout
I am still waiting for Netgear to provide this info but it's been 2 days already.
If you do have an idea where to look for that info this might help me a lot.