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Data Recovery Technicians knows what a headache it can be when your fail-safe RAID array fails.
RAID drives can run mission-critical apps seamlessly for years. As a matter of fact, chances of RAID failure are under 0.25%. So, we understand your panic when one does fail.
So, what causes a RAID failure?
- Applicationa/Sofware Corruption
- Overwritten Data
- Faulty Controllers
- Faulty Hard Disk
- Operator Error
- Disk Reformatting
RAID Recovery at schrock
Our technicians work hard to troubleshoot, recover, and restore the data from your RAID drives.
Our technicians use a combination of automated and manual data recovery processes to extract and restore data from one or more RAID drives and storage components. RAID data recovery can be implemented on both hardware- and software-based RAID.
What if one disk fails?
RAID drives are considered “fail-safe” for most companies because when one drive (member) fails, that drive can be replaced and the controller will replay the array. One drive can fail and the redundant array can make up for the loss of raid data.
What if more than one disk fails?
When more than one disk fails, it’s time to bring in the professionals. It’s important to let our trained technicians troubleshoot what is causing your disks to fail. Then, we can repair the issue to prevent your entire RAID from failing and losing your data.
What if my RAID controller fails?
The RAID controller is responsible for distributing your data and redistributing that data in case of a one disk failure. Therefore, in case of a controller failure, the data itself isn’t gone, but it cannot be interpreted.
Our trained technicians can use cryptanalysis to calculate the data parameters allowing for interpretation.