RAID Data Recovery
When you have problems, we provide help to recover your datas in RAID series with very high recovery ratios and with our expert engineers’ experience and knowledge. In Raid 0, Raid 1, Raid 5 and Raid 6 data recovery areas we offer you fast solutions with appropriate prices.
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RAID Data Recovery Examples
We provide data recovery processes for Advanced Raid configuration.
We provide professional solutions for your data losses in Raid Configurations.
Raid Data Recovery Varieties
- RAID 0 (Disc Striping) – Seagate, Western Digital and other high speed hard discs use this system.
- RAID 1 (Disc Mirroring) – In hard discs other than Western Digital & Maxtor & Seagate this system is very common.
- RAID 5 (Disc Striping with Security Measures) – In Dell, Hp, Compaq, IBM Servers and RAID controllers in integrated hard discs use this technology
- RAID 6 is also included, all other RAID levels (Windows, Mac and Linux)
The most common problems we come across are 2 breakdown hard discs in RAID series, in RAID 0 series or 1 breakdown hard disc External Storage discs with Network Connection are the problems seen in RAID controller and protecter.
Many of the common problems occur as a result of abrasion and fraying of hard disc, faults in software, the shock the hard disc exposed to, impacts and excessive warming.
Many servers or RAID systems remain turned on for 24 hours during a day and are never turned off. Generally, it is identified that both of the 2 discs have suddenly broken down in RAID-5 systems. It is possible that 1 disc breaks down, without giving any warning, before the normal malfunction. The system goes on working and there is no problem until the second disc breaks down and the system is closed.
HP, Compaq, IBM, Dell, Adaptec, LaCie, Apple, D-Link and other NAS units are the most common RAID systems that we recover. The size is not a problem. Windows, Mac & Linux file systems are our area of expertise.
First Aid – What should we do when there is a RAID problem?
- First Aid – What should we do when there is a RAID problem?
- Don’t try to fix or rebuild your RAID series. Improperly done Rebuild or improper strap block size or disc line can cause permanent damage in your datas. Don’t risk your datas.
- Turn off your RAID system. Cut off the energy in all servers. The earlier you do this, the sooner your datas are recovered with less loss.
- Seperate each disc from RAID series numbering according to sequence number.
- Contact us and so we give you an idea about the time necessary for recovery and the expenses.
- If you prefer to bring your device to our Office in order for us to help you, putting the discs in an anti-static bag, after wrapping each disc with bubble wraps, will provide the best protection during the carriage. We won’t need your servers, RAID controller or any other cables. Only the hard discs are enough for us.
The RAID Problems We Commonly Recover
- RAID Controller Faults
- RAID Rebuild Faults
- RAID Several Server faults in the structure
- Partition Collapses and Faults
- RAID Configuration Faults.
- BIOS Recognition Problem
- Media Surface Problems
- Software Collapses
- Natural Disasters
- Human Based Problems
- RAID structure corruption
- Operation System Problem
The brand and model of the RAID series, RAID configuration, File Type, physical problems in hard discs and donor disc procurement are the factors influences the recovery duration.
While in rare RAID structures datas can be reached in one day, many times as a result of the complex system and the size of the data, the duration can be more.