RAID & Server Data Recovery Services

In a world of ever expanding data, the need for RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Drive) configurations is increasingly more common. Generally if RAID systems are properly configured and maintained you don’t have to worry about data loss. However in rare cases multiple drives fail simultaneously and leave you up the creek without a paddle. When multiple drives fail in a raid you will often experience data corruption on top of already failed drives. Because of this we highly recommend avoiding DIY solutions for these types of recoveries, as you can often make the damage much worse and often irreversible. Don’t panic just yet however, we specialize in recovering data from even the most complicated RAID Configurations!

Here we have cited from Seagate (drive manufacturer) just what can cause a RAID to fail.

Hardware RAID Failure

Actuator Failure

Bad sectors

Controller Failure

Controller Malfunction Corrupted RAID Config

Lightning, Flood and Fire Damage

Damaged Motor

Drive physical abuse

Hard disk component failure and crashes

Hard disk drive component failure

Hard drive crashes

Hard drive failure

Head Crash

Intermittent drive failure

Media Damage

Media surface


Multiple drive failure

Power Spike

Power Supply Burn out or failure

RAID controller failure

RAID corruption

RAID disk failure

RAID disk overheat

RAID drive incompatibility

RAID drive overheat

RAID Array failed

Vibration damage

Human Error

Reformatting of drives / Array

Reformatting of partitions

Incorrect replacement of media components

Accidentally deleted records

Mistaken overwritten database files

Employee sabotage

Lost/Forgotten password

Overwritten files

Overwritten RAID config files

Overwritten RAID settings

RAID incorrect setup

RAID user error

Software RAID Failure

Back up failures

Computer virus and worm

Failed Motor damage

Corrupt files / data Damaged files or folders

Directory corruption

Firmware corruption Re-partition

Server registry configuration

Missing partitions

RAID configuration


Application Failure

Applications that are unable to run or load files

Corrupted files

Corrupted database files

Data corrupted

Locked databases

preventing access

Deleted tables

We have experience recovering RAIDs with all the above failures. Give us a call for a no obligation rate quote to get started!