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Digital Media Recovery
Memory Stick, CF card, flash thump drive, MP3 player, PDA, Cameras
  Mini Drive, USB Harddisks
Supported OS
DOS, Windows XP/2000/2003, Linux Ext2, Ext3, XFS, Mac OS HFS, Novell NetWare,
UNIX variations, OS/2, VMS
External Harddisk Promotion
Seagate share storage, Push button, Maxtor Mini, 1 Touch 4, Turbo RAID,
Personal Storage Basic

RAID Recovery

The majority of Small-to-Medium Enterprises across the globe have turned to RAID-configured systems for their storage solutions. The most frequently cited reasons for utilizing RAID Arrays in businesses today are the highly fault-tolerant level the solution offers and the cost effectiveness of acquisition and maintenance.

However, if a RAID Array does fail due to component malfunctions (including hard drives and controller cards) or operating and application corruption, it leaves the data unusable and in most cases corrupted.

RAID data recovery is an intricate task since RAID data configurations are often custom-built applications developed by competing manufacturers. Without in-depth knowledge of how RAID arrays are configured at both a hardware, firmware and software level, data recovery attempts will not only fail, but result in further data corruption.

using our  vast knowledge of RAID Array storage technology, can successfully recover data from the very earliest to most recent NAS, SAN and Server RAID configurations in the market.
 

 




RAID servers and configurations supported include:
RAID Array Levels

  • RAID 0
  • RAID 0+1
  • RAID 1
  • RAID 1E
  • RAID 3
  • RAID 4
  • RAID 5
  • RAID 5E
  • RAID 5EE
  • RAID 6
  • RAID 10
  • RAID 50
  • RAID 51
  • RAID 60
  • RAID ADG
RAID Array Hard Drive Types

  • IDE/ATA/PATA/EIDE
  • ULTRA/ATA 100
  • SAS
  • SCSI
  • ESDI
  • Fibre Channel
  • USB
  • Firewire
  • PCMCIA
  • RLL
  • iSCSI
  • eSATA
  • SATA II/2.0
  • SATA
  • MFM
RAID Data Recovery for Server Makes and Media

  • All ProLiant Series
  • All PowerEdge Series
  • ProLiant (CPQ)
  • Integrity
  • AlphaServer
  • e3000
  • IBM XSeries, Unix AIX, PSeries Entire line of product
  • All Intel and AMD product lines
  • Entire RAID Product line
  • All other brands and formats


Why RAID Arrays fail?
Hardware RAID Failure
Human Error
Software RAID Failure
Application Failure
  • Actuator Failure
  • Bad sectors
  • Controller Failure
  • Controller Malfunction
  • Corrupted RAID
  • Lightning, Flood and Fire Damage
  • Damaged Motor
  • Drive physical abuse
  • Hard disk component failure and crashes
  • Hard disk drive component failure
  • Hard drive crashes
  • Hard drive failure
  • Head Crash
  • Intermittent drive failure
  • Media Damage
  • Media surface contamination
  • Multiple drive failure
  • Power Spike
  • Power Supply Burn out or failure
  • RAID controller failure
  • RAID corruption
  • RAID disk failure
  • RAID disk overheat
  • RAID drive incompatibility
  • RAID drive overheat
  • RAID Array failed
  • Vibration damage
  • Unintended deletion of files
  • Reformatting of drives / Array
  • Reformatting of partitions
  • Incorrect replacement of media components
  • Accidentally deleted records
  • Mistaken overwritten database files
  • Employee sabotage
  • Lost/Forgotten password
  • Overwritten files
  • Overwritten RAID config files
  • Overwritten RAID settings
  • RAID incorrect setup
  • RAID user error
  • Back up failures
  • Computer virus and worm damage
  • Corrupt files / data
  • Damaged files or folders
  • Directory corruption
  • Firmware corruption
  • Repartition
  • Server registry configuration
  • Missing partitions
  • RAID configuration
  • Reformatting
  • Applications that are unable to run or load files
  • Corrupted files
  • Corrupted database files
  • Data corrupted
  • Locked databases preventing access
  • Deleted tables
 

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