Realtime Support Data Recovery uses advanced data recovery technology and techniques to recover inaccessible data from nearly all types of RAID whether you have a Stripe Sets with parity, Volume Sets or Mirror Sets. We handle all RAID systems for all the manufacturers. Realtime Support Data Recovery engineers work below the operating system level to recover data from systems running Microsoft Windows Server, Unix based systems such as Solaris, HP-UX and AIX; Linux, including Mandriva, Ubuntu and Red Hat; and, the Apple Xserve family of RAIDs.
We provide solutions for all RAID problems like:
- Corrupted RAID
- Drives offline
- Unbootable Systems
- Missing Partitions
- Controller Failure
- Physical Damage to one or more hard drive in the RAID
- Single or Multiple Hard Drive Failure(s).
- Damage to the RAID Volume or Container Information
- Incorrect Re-build or Re-initialization of the RAID
- Any other data loss
We have expertise for data recovery process for all RAID Manufacturers using any operating system and different types of RAID controllers. We have extensive experience with RAID data recovery, on both spanned and striped systems. In most cases, we require only the drives or storage devices to recover the data, and because of the high importance of most RAID systems, we give them a higher priority – which means much quicker recovery and return of your data.
The RAID Data Recovery Process
When recovering data from RAID arrays, we typically mirror the complete drive volumes and then process the total array as image files, to ensure all of your data is safe. Once we have completely transferred sector by sector information to our raid data recovery servers, we evaluate the array images to determine if corruption has occurred, and work on repairing it. Our proprietary software extracts data from the image files, or if a drive image is difficult to create, we simply reconstruct the data in the same way that a RAID rebuild process is performed. During all stages, we closely monitor the array configuration and array file system to determine why exactly the array failed. This information may be critical to future RAID systems your company may set up. Our Lab technicians can properly diagnose a RAID system between 6 – 24 hrs depending upon the number of drives contained in the RAID Array. And as always, the diagnosis is free of charge. Get instant data recovery evaluation for your RAID.
To speak with a Realtime Support Data Recovery representative regarding our RAID Recovery options, please Call Us 24/7 Toll Free at: (877) 215-1719.
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