San Jose RAID Recovery Service
San Jose data recovery services include RAID recovery from failed servers, damaged RAID configurations, failed hard drives and RAID controller failure and offline RAID arrays. We specialize in recovering RAID data and getting you back online fast!
Common RAID Failure Errors
RAID recovery procedures involve determining the damage, source of the problem, and how much data can be extracted.
For serious failure, this may involve careful disassembly and extensive manual repair in our clean room. Our lab recovers RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 2, RAID 3, RAID 4, RAID 5, RAID 6, RAID 0+1, RAID 1+0, and RAID 5+0.
We use complex data recovery methods to safely and securely restore your data and files from the following types of data loss:
- Hardware conflicts
- Software corruption
- RAID controller failure
- Rebuild failure
- Damaged striping
- Multiple drive failure
- Configuration corruption
- Addition of incompatible drives
- Software upgrades
- Operating system upgrades
- RAID array or volumes that won't mount after a server crash
RAID Recovery for San Jose
RAID Servers have become the most valuable asset for any business firm and should be treated accordingly. A RAID can represent several hundred gigabytes, or even terabytes of data and thousands of dollars of time and information.
If you are facing data loss situation from an offline RAID, or are unable to access your data from a RAID data storage system, please DO NOT attempt to recover it on your own.
Even if your IT department is the best group of techs in the world, PLEASE call us to at a minimum make an image of your hard drives. Then let your IT guys attempt a recovery. Quite often, it has been our experience that the attempt fails or corrupts the data even more. It is not uncommon to find out that the order of the hard drive have changed or a new stripe created by the techs in the feverish attempt to save their jobs trying to get the data back.
When this happens, we at least have an image of the hard drives and can attempt to recover the data in our labs.
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Did You Know?
Swapping hard drives or re-ordering the hard drives in a RAID array configuration can cause the overwriting of striped data and/or parity.
Doing so makes recovering your RAID more difficult and may make it impossible to recover your data.