Failed RAID Recovery
Anyone who has a hard drive will most likely lose their data at some point in time. Raided server drives are under a much higher amount of constant working stress, than a single drive system. Due to this, when it comes time for one of the drives to fail, it is often imminent that more or all will quickly follow suit. RAID systems are also more complex and require more tools and specialized training to know how to swap drives, partition, re-stripe, rebuild & fix a degraded RAID array.
Because of all these specific problems that can occur when a RAID array goes bad, you will want to increase your chances of a complete recovery. The smartest thing you can do is stop any attempts at repair or recovery yourself, unless you have knowledge, or have been trained to work on a failed RAID, especially if multiple disks have failed or gone offline. The best thing you could do is call a professional data recovery company who specializes in recovering data from failed RAIDs. You should feel free to ask them any questions you have, then you can decide if you want to have them recover your data or if you want to try some procedures yourself.
If you are experiencing any of the following we can recover your data...
- Re-stripped RAID
- RAID controller failed
- RAID won't boot
- RAID array won't mount
- Added drives to array & can't access data
- RAID configuration changed
- SQL database won't mount
- Torn pages
- Broken tables
- Error in a rebuild
- RAID configuration missing
- Degraded Drive(s)
We recover all types of failed RAID
- RAID 0
- RAID 1
- RAID 10
- RAID 3
- RAID 5
- RAID 50
- RAID 6
ADR Data Recovery, we do specialize in recovering RAID!
Here are the steps we take to ensure your data is kept safe and maximize the chance of restoring your data successfully.
Create a sector-by-sector copy of each of your RAID discs so we can work from them and keep your original drives and data safe.
Identify the structure and integrity of the imaged drives and the data on them.
Using the hex (root) level of your drives to determine proper order and configuration we rebuild your array.
Verify your data by spot checking files so that we can provide you with a list of recoverable files and tell you the quality of the recovery.
Save your data to a new hard drive.
Create and email you a list of recoverable files so you can be sure the critical data you need is recoverable.
Contact you with a final price and make payment arrangements so we can return your data to you.
Prepare and ship your recovered data to you via overnight FedEx or same-day flight.
For Failed RAID Recovery,
call 1-800-450-9282 for a FREE quote.