If your RAID Failed due to - System Board Failures,
Corrupted RAID structure, Missing Partitions, Lost Hard Disk Partitions,
RAID Controller Failures or Computer Viruses.
We offer advice on how to keep your data safe after a NAS failure,
SAN failure or after a file server went offline. If you are having a RAID failure,
please see the information below and our RAID tips page.
We recommend you call us for RAID help or check our
Some basic RAID Recovery Tips are:
Never Run Chkdsk. Running Chkdsk on RAID will delete index data and
reassign data pointers. Chkdsk destroys your RAID disk striping and your raw data. This
complicates any RAID data recovery process.
Oppps - I Forgot the RAID Hard Drive Order.
When a RAID server crashes,
people tend to make errors due to the stress.
Losing the RAID hard drive order significantly complicates performing any RAID data recovery
service. It is critical that a network administrator
Check and clearly identify all RAID
hard drives and associated hardware connectors.
Failure to reconnect a RAID drive properly will result in a loss of data.
Take great care when trying to rebuild your RAID array. Sometimes just pulling and reseating
a RAID controller card and cables can fix your downed file server, NAS or SAN.
In some cases, a RAID data recovery need not be performed. Our policy is
simply to evaluate the events that lead to your RAID failure and advise the client of possible
We Can Help With Your RAID Recovery.
For RAID Help - Call 1- 877-888-9990