RAID Array Data Recovery Specialists
The resourceful technicians at Recover My Data have a verified track record and are widely renowned for RAID Array data recovery.
RAID is now used as an umbrella term for computer data storage schemes that can divide and replicate data among multiple hard disk drives.
The various designs involve two key design goals: increase data reliability or increase input/output performance. When multiple physical disks are set up to use RAID technology, they are said to be in a RAID array. This array distributes data across multiple disks, but the array is seen by the computer user and operating system as one single disk.
RAID data is exceptionally complex and data configurations are numerous; such as striped, volume and spanned etc. Manufacturers also add complexity with unique configurations and virtual partitions.
Successful RAID data recovery relies on; pattern recognition, understanding the array configuration and having knowledge of the file system on the data array. All of this leads to being able to comprehend and diagnose the issue(s) and uncover the reasoning behind its failure.
This is when the data restoration processes can begin in hope to fix the RAID data.
The longer you wait to restore your data the greater risk of possible total data loss. Eliminate this prospect of total data loss by choosing our reputable technicians to resolve your Raid Array data failures. Don’t delay, get your data recovery started today.
RAID Array storage solutions can fail for many reasons, a few of the most common are:
1. Human error
Data loss from reformatting, reinstalling or volume overwrite can be subjugated by our experienced data recovery engineers.
2. Power issues
RAID systems can be drastically affected by power loss, power cycling and power surges causing complete data loss.
3. Natural Disasters
Water, dirt and other contaminants. Incidents from the unfortunate natural disasters, which may have been unavoidable, can destroy a RAID array instantaneously.
4. Mechanical Issues
Once a RAID runs in a degraded state, the increased workload on the remaining drives creates a potential risk of additional drive failures.
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Your Data Recovery Journey
If you’ve lost your data we’re here to help. We only charge for our service if we’re successful in retrieving your lost data. We operate a “no recovery no fee” basis for added peace of mind when working with us.
2. We assess your device
We diagnose your drive, discover the potential cause of data loss happened and inform you what can be recovered.
3. We send you a quotation
We give you a quote based on how difficult it is to access your data.
4. We send your data back
We send your data back on a new device in the same file formats as the originals.