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RAID Data Recovery is one of the specialties of the various data recovery services offered by WeRecoverData.com. RAID is an excellent system for increasing the speed and availability of data as it provides considerably more data protection than non-RAID disk systems. However, managing the disks and their data distribution can be highly complex. Being the industry leaders in data recovery, the recovery specialists at WeRecoverData.com can propose cost-effective recovery solutions for your data recovery requirements. Contact WeRecoverData.com for your RAID recovery.
TIP: How do you choose the right company to perform RAID data recovery service?
If a company asks for the RAID controller, do not use them.
The RAID Controller is not required to perform the recovery if the company that is attempting the recovery knows enough about RAID systems.
When a customer sends the equipment to a data recovery company, most companies claiming to perform RAID recoveries will require the RAID controller. That means that they do not have the capabilities to do the recovery without the controller or don’t have the knowledge to perform an advanced recovery from the array.
They will most likely need the RAID Controller to identify the parity information or to use the controller to try rebuilding the array. These are simple steps that only work for very limited types of cases. This process can potentially damage the success of any future recovery if done wrong. Also, in most cases, this attempt will not be successful due to drive corruption, which is the most common reason for arrays to fail in the first place.
We receive a large number of cases from customers who sent RAID arrays to other companies to attempt a recovery. The data is lost forever due to failed recovery attempts in many of them.
Advanced knowledge and experience with file system formats at the sector level are critical for all recoveries. Understanding the HEX/Binary format at the lowest level that exists in file systems in general, particularly for RAID arrays, is essential to the success of the recovery. Our vast knowledge helps us recover NAS or complex SAN devices that are using non-standard, proprietary, or modified file systems.
See examples of our developments and their press releases are located here:
” All our data is fully restored, and we’re back to normal. Thanks so much for saving our business!
We were in the middle of changing our office domain, and our main file server went down, evidently a physically damaged RAID. Then we discovered that the tape backup had not been functioning properly, so we’d lost about 5 month’s work. One of the things the disc had contained was a huge database for our major client (The Coca-Cola Company ) , and it was almost time to deliver it to them. If we couldn’t get our data back we would almost certainly go out of business.
We called the lab and took the server in for data recovery. They worked on it for over a week, and in the end recovered all the lost data. Needless to say, we have everything double backed-up now. ”
VidiPax – NYC
Q: We re-striped/re-initialized the RAID array, formatted the array, and copied data back to it. Is there a chance of recovering the data from before the array was re-striped/re-initialized?
A: It’s still possible to recover the data on these cases. It will depend on the RAID controller’s functionality and how much data was copied to the array. Contact us to determine how we can help you in your RAID data recovery process.
Q: 2 drives are down and are not recognized by the system in our RAID 5 system. Can you still recover it?
A: It’s still possible to recover the data on these cases. We will have to create clones of the original drives with our equipment after disassembling the drives in the clean room. Then, with the clones we will rebuild the RAID array using our proprietary procedure. Please send us all the drives used in the RAID system. We will need all of them to recover the data.