Lost files mean lost resources, and you need a RAID data recovery company that can treat any type of array quickly.
HDD Repairing & Data Recovery maintains a qualified team of RAID specialists, and with full-service laboratories in multiple states, we are able to offer faster turnarounds than other companies. We also offer a no data, no charge policy.
RAID recovery is often a much more intensive and time-consuming process than hard drive data recovery, and for many businesses, the stakes are much higher. If you need files from a web server or other mission-critical device, you cannot afford to trust your data to an inexperienced engineering team.
We offer RAID data recovery for all types of devices, and our team has years of experience with every RAID level and manufacturer. This experience plays an important role in our success; no two RAID cases are identical, and differences in hardware and software need to be carefully addressed. Clones are always created first and subsequent work is done using those. Otherwise, less experienced engineers or labs with less rigorous procedures may accidentally cause additional corruption and media damage, which can result in permanent losses.
Because of the large number of factors that can influence each case, the exact recovery process will vary. HDD Repairing & Data Recovery engineers have access to cleanroom technology, which allows for the safe repair of individual RAID members. We also have stations at every laboratory that allow various RAID array levels to be reproduced without the original hardware — regardless of controller card type, file system, and other factors.
In most cases, we will only need access to your RAID hard drives, not the controller card or other hardware. If your hard disk drives cannot leave your location, Hddrepairing.com can dispatch engineers and equipment to perform an onsite recovery.
At this time, HDD Repairing & Data Recovery 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.
Some supported RAID levels include:
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.