RAID Data Recovery

RAID Data Recovery

RAID Data Recovery and in-lab critical response services provide state-of-the-art data recovery services for all Redundant Array of Independent Drive (RAID) configurations, for all brands, media formats and/or operating systems.
The majority of small to medium sized businesses across the world have turned to RAID configured systems for their storage solutions. The most frequently cited reasons for using RAID arrays in businesses today are the highly fault-tolerant level offered and the cost effectiveness of acquisition and maintenance.
If a RAID array fails as a result of component malfunction or operating and application corruption, it leaves the data unusable and in most cases corrupted. RAID data recovery is a complicated task since RAID data configurations have different data layouts depending on manufacturers - often for competitive reasons. Without an in-depth knowledge of how RAID arrays are configured at hardware, firmware and software levels, data recovery attempts will not only fail, but result in further data corruption.Seagate Data recovery center Chennai, data recovery service Chennai, hard disk data recovery Chennai, Data Backup Center Chennai,Data Recovery Center in Chennai
RAID servers and configurations supported include:

RAID Array Levels

RAID Array Hard Drive Types

RAID Data Recovery for Server Makes and Media

  • 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
  • SAS
  • SCSI
  • Fibre Channel
  • FCoE
  • AoE
  • iSCSI
  • eSATA
  • All ProLiant Series
  • All PowerEdge Series
  • IBM xSeries, Power Series ( AIX, Linux) and storage subsystems
  • All Intel and AMD product lines
  • SAN and NAS based RAID arrays and standalone storage systems
  • EMC and NetApp product lines

Why RAID Arrays Fail?

There are four general categories regarding failure: hardware RAID failure, human error, software RAID failure and application failure.

Hardware RAID Failure

Human Error

Software RAID Failure

Application Failure

  • Actuator Failure
  • Bad Sectors
  • Controller Failure
  • Controller Malfunction Corrupted RAID Config
  • Lightning, Flood and Fire Damage
  • Damaged Motor
  • Drive Physical Abuse
  • Hard disc component failure and crashes
  • Hard disc 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 Burnout or failure
  • RAID controller failure
  • RAID corruption
  • RAID disc failure
  • RAID disc overheating
  • RAID drive incompatibility
  • RAID drive overheating
  • RAID array failed
  • Vibration damage
  • Unintended deletion of files
  • Reformatting of drives/array
  • Reformatting of partitions
  • Incorrect replacement of media components
  • Accidentally deleted records
  • Mistakenly overwritten database files
  • Employee sabotage
  • Lost/Forgotten password
  • Overwritten files
  • Overwritten RAID config files
  • Overwritten RAID settings
  • RAID incorrect setup
  • RAID user error
  • Backup failures
  • Computer virus and worm damaged Motor 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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