Server Data Recovery
Nationwide data recovery services Regional Data Recovery Centers
98% success rates recovering failed server hard drives
24/7 Live data recovery advisors - No automated phone or voice message system
More than 15 years recovering server data and rescuing data from failed RAIDs and hard drives.
Recovering server data from failed hard drives requires specialized equipment, a thorough knowledge of hex, drive structures, MFT mount points and offsets to avoid destroying data while attempting recovery.
To speak with a server recovery specialist now, call: 800.450.9282
Advanced Data Recovery specializes in recovering data from failed RAID controllers, inaccessible RAID volumes, offline RAID containers and damaged RAID arrays. If you have had multiple hard drives fail in a RAID array or experienced a failed rebuild attempt, our RAID data recovery engineers are equipped with the latest technologies--including our own unique, proprietary methods--to restore your data.
When disasters like flooding, hurricane, lightning or fire strike, our data recovery engineers can be counted on to get your company data back online fast! If necessary, an emergency data recovery engineer can be dispatched to your location to expedite the recovery process and keep your data safe.
Protect your data and your equipment from further damage, please turn off your system and write down the symptoms you are experiencing. For example, a hard drive making a clicking sound, RAID drives in degraded mode, RAID controller failure, Empty containers, volume not mounting or recognized, a BIOS error, or multiple hard drive failure.
ADR Data Recovery has recovered data from many of the most popular server and hard drive manufacturers:
Prior to restoring your data, dis-assembly of your hard drive may be required in order for our technicians to analyze and diagnose the extent of the damage to your hard drive. In a clean room environment, we remove the covers and seals from the hard drive so we can work on or replace internal components while maintaining manufacturers’ warranties.
A partial list of hard drive manufacturers we recover data from include: