RAID System & Server Data Recovery Services

 

HuaweiRH2288HV2 raid serverA RAID system is a Redundant Array of Independent Drives. In a world of ever expanding data, the need for RAID configurations is increasingly common. Generally if RAID systems are properly configured and maintained you don’t have to worry about data loss.

In rare cases, multiple drives fail at the same time. This often means you can experience data corruption on top of already failed drives. For this reason, we highly recommend avoiding do it yourself solutions for these types of recoveries. You can make the damage much worse and often irreversible. We can help you.

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RAID Sytem Failures

Hardware Failure

Actuator Failure
Bad sectors
Controller Failure
Controller Malfunction Corrupted RAID Config
Lightning, Flood and Fire Damage
Damaged Motor
Hard Drive:

physical abuse
component failure and crashes
disk component failure
crashes
failure

Head crash
Intermittent drive failure
Media damage
Media surface contamination
Multiple drive failure
Power Spike
Power Supply Burn out or failure
RAID:

controller failure
corruption
disk failure
disk overheat
drive incompatibility
drive overheat
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
Overwritten files
Lost/Forgotten password
Overwritten RAID config files
Overwritten RAID settings
RAID incorrect setup
User error

Software 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
Reformatting

Application Failure

Applications that are unable to run or load files
Corrupted files
Corrupted database files
Data corrupted
Locked databases
preventing access
Deleted tables

These lists are cited from Seagate (drive manufacturer) to show what can cause a RAID to fail.