RAID data recovery service

What do you do when your RAID system crashes and valuable data is at risk of being lost forever? You should call us because we’re America’s leading RAID data recovery experts.

When one or more of the drives in your RAID system fails, you’ll need the expertise of RAID data recovery specialists to recover data.

Our team of RAID data recovery specialists has the technical tools and special training to recover data even under the worst circumstances.

We’re often asked to perform RAID data recovery

One of the limitations of a RAID system is an increased chance of correlated failures, since all the drives are the same age and durability.

Based on our experience in RAID data recovery; statistically the chance that two drives in the same disk cluster will fail within an hour is four times higher than the possibility of random failures among different drives.

Even the best fault-tolerant RAID system has a higher risk of a hard drive crash. So, the failure of one drive could trigger correlated failures in other drives.

That’s why it’s important to have help from a RAID data recovery expert when you need it most.


Why do you need RAID data recovery?

We’re asked to recover RAID data for a variety of reasons. Some of the most-common reasons for hard drive crashes and RAID failure include the following.

  • RAID data recovery in case of accidental reconfiguration of RAID drives
  • RAID data recovery in case of RAID array or controller failure
  • RAID data recovery in case of multiple drive failure
  • RAID data recovery in case of intermittent drive failure resulting in configuration corruption
  • RAID data recovery in case of hard drive registry configuration is lost
  • RAID data recovery in case of accidental replacement of media components

The best RAID data recovery service

When you need to recover data following a RAID failure, time is critically important. That’s because if there’s no RAID data recovery before the next system update, your data may be overwritten by new data, which makes it more difficult to recover data from earlier updates.

The first step in RAID data recovery is always to power down your system and all related devices, in order to minimize the chance of an overwrite before our team can perform RAID data recovery.

Once we have the equipment in front of us, our experts can diagnose your RAID failure and begin the process of RAID data recovery.

Since we work with hard drive crashes and RAID failures so often, we’ve developed our own proprietary software tools and methods for recovering data after any kind of disaster, whether it’s a hack, accidental deletion, RAID failure in the system, or hard drive crash.

When there’s a RAID failure, our team is the very best at RAID data recovery. And, we’re knowledgeable about all types of configurations, including the most common types listed below.

RAID data recovery from any hard drive or configuration – We can recover data from any configuration

  • ULTRA/ATA 100 133
  • SCSI
  • SAS
  • Fiber Channel
  • ESDI
  • Firewire
  • USB
  • RLL
  • eSATA
  • iSCSI
  • SATA
  • SATA II/2.0
  • RAID Array Levels
  • MFM
  • RAID 1
  • RAID 0
  • RAID 0+1
  • RAID 1E
  • RAID 5
  • RAID 4
  • RAID 3
  • RAID 5EE
  • RAID 5E
  • RAID 10
  • RAID 6
  • RAID 60
  • RAID 50
  • RAID 51
  • ProLiant Series
  • ProLiant (CPQ)
  • PowerEdge Series
  • Alphahard drive
  • Integrity
  • IBM Xseries
  • Dell PowerEdge
  • Dell PowerVault
  • e3000
  • Unix AIX
  • PSeries Entire line of product
  • Intel
  • Apple Xserve
  • AMD
  • Compaq
  • Emachines
  • HP
  • Supermicro
  • Gateway
  • Acer

Best practices for RAID data recovery

If you’ve lost data through a hard drive crash or RAID failure, you should take immediate steps to limit the potential loss as well as reducing the possibility of damage to your equipment.

If you hear any usual sounds coming from a hard drive, you should immediately power it down and contact us for help with RAID data recovery.

Likewise, if you smell any unusual smells (such as melting plastic) or see any smoke, you should immediately take appropriate action.

Completely disconnect the affected equipment, which has probably suffered a hard drive crash or other mechanical problem.

Once disconnected, the affected hard drive can be examined by our team of specialists, who will perform Raid data recovery very quickly.

RAID data recovery experts can help

As soon as our team of RAID data recovery experts has a chance to examine the device, we can properly diagnose the problem.

If you suspect a hard drive crash or any other problem, don’t try to fix it yourself. And, don’t entrust it to your in-house IT staff or local geeks either.

Although they mean well, in most cases they won’t be able to recover data, and they often make the problems even worse.

Instead, it’s best to rely on our expert team here for professional RAID data recovery. We can nearly always find your lost data and restore deleted files quickly and easily.

Best of all, we guarantee satisfaction – We won’t charge you for our data recovery services unless we actually recover data for you.

Need your data recovered? Contact us right now.