Critical RAID recommendations before you attempt your own RAID Data Recovery.
Never run chkdsk. Chkdsk is not a data recovery tool. Chkdsk only helps to 'repair' the file system so
that it can be accessible by an operating system. If you run chkdsk you will delete index data, reassign data pointers,
and destroy raw RAID data. RAID data is easily damaged or destroyed because RAID is dependent on striping technologies.
Check all RAID hardware connections. Prolonged vibrations from cooling fans can loosen RAID system
hardware connectors. This can make your RAID system go offline.
Do not move RAID Hard Drives around in the RAID Server or RAID / NAS enclosure. If you change the
RAID hard drive order then you risk loosing your data or corrupting your RAID data is you attempt to rebuild your
RAID Server or RAID NAS device.
Be careful if your RAID 5 Server was running in a degraded state and then went offline.
If this occurs, then 2 RAID hard drives failed.
If you attempt to rebuild your RAID Server when this event occurred, then you will
permanently corrupt your RAID Data and no RAID Data Recovery Company will be able to recover your lost RAID Data.
If you need immediate RAID Data Recovery help you can always call RMD @ 877-888-9990. RMD will help you with your RAID failure
and implement a good plan of attack for you and help get your RAID data protected and recovered.