RAID hard drive failure is a difficult situation for any company to be in. Because many RAID hard disk drive configurations are set up specifically for redundancy on mission critical data storage, or applications such as Microsoft Exchange servers or Oracle database servers, restoring them can mean the difference between profit and loss for many companies. But RAID drive failure is not necessarily an emergency issue.
Supported RAID Levels and Array Types
At this time, Datarecovery.com supports every type of RAID array. Our RAID data recovery services have been used by hundreds of organizations, and we are one of the only companies in the world with multiple cleanroom-equipped laboratories.
RAID 1 and RAID 10
RAID 0 and RAID 01
RAID 5, RAID 5E, and RAID 5EE
RAID 50, 51, 60 and All Nested RAID
RAID ADG and More
JBOD and Non-RAID Configurations
We also support all RAID controller cards and hardware. Datarecovery.com offers recovery for all makes and models including:
Dell (Includes PowerEdge Series)
IBM (Includes xSeries, Power Series, ServeRAID, etc.)
HP (Includes ProLiant Series)
LSI and More
If your RAID fails or if you cannot read important files, we recommend contacting our specialists for a free consultation. Please avoid running the array after a failure or taking any steps that could cause corruption, overwrites, parity loss, or media damage.
What are symptoms of a broken RAID?
Many symptoms can hint there is a RAID array failure.
Beeping sounds / alarms
(red) light on the server
Drives making noises
Less obvious symptoms:
Unable to access files
Logical drives disappearing
Lost connection to server, volume, share, LUN
System no longer accessible
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