What is RAID Recovery?
RAID recovery is a very complicated type of data recovery because of the RAID arrays complex architecture. The high volume of data that a typical RAID system stores also complicates the recovery process. Although the majority of RAID systems have a high fault tolerance, this does not mean that RAID arrays are completely foolproof. Our certified RAID recovery engineers specialize in restoring crucial data from a variety of RAID array storage media, including RAID 0, RAID 1 and RAID 5.
Can I Recover RAID Data on my Own?
It is not uncommon for someone to attempt to recover lost data on their own. In rare cases, these attempts may be successful. However, this is strongly discouraged in situations involving a damaged RAID array. Resolution attempts made by anyone other than a highly-trained professional engineer will most likely cause more harm than good. If multiple drives on your RAID have faults, it is imperative to obtain professional data recovery assistance. During the RAID rebuilding process, a single mistake could lead to total data loss or cause the data to be entirely unrecoverable. If you are unable to access the data that is stored on a RAID, or the RAID status is currently degraded, do not attempt further operations without professional assistance. You most likely will lose the data permanently if you do not have the proper skills, tools and experience.
Why Choose DataRetrieval for my RAID Recovery?
The professional engineers at DataRetrieval are able to recover data from any type of RAID array, regardless of the cause for failure or the make and model of the drives. Our service is fast, professional and competitively priced. DataRetrieval can begin to recover your data the same day your files were lost, and our emergency service options mean we can have your data returned to you within 24 hours. We have more than 100 locations across the U.S. and Canada, and service representatives are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to serve you.