Tag Archives: RAID recovery

Eight Deadly Sins of Do It Yourself RAID 5 Data Recovery

Critical or degraded mode is how most of us live our lives. We can still function and get by, but most of us don’t realize we are headed for imminent failure. What’s worse is we all try the quick fix, do it yourself, self-medicate, and put a band aid on it remedies, before we finally get professional help only to find out it’s too late. It really doesn’t matter which data recovery company you go with SERT Data Recovery, Seagate, DriveSavers, KrollOntrack, Western Digital, they will all tell you the same thing: “It it’s better left up to the professionals if your data means anything to you.”Never the less, you need to get that drive(s) back online and reintegrated into the array.Getting Your Array Back on Track : Chances are though, if you are reading this post you have at least 2 drives down. And yes, we have a problem Houston. Unfortunately, at this point, I think it’s obvious there is no talking you out of trying to recover your RAID 5 array yourself. .


Find Hard Drive Data Recovery Services in Denver Colorado

Snow isn’t the only thing that falls in Colorado. Hard drives fall and break also and data recovery services might not be as easy to find in Denver. Where to get your hard drive recovered in a clean room or your Flash drive data recovered? We can help you find your way, just follow this link!

RAID 6 Array Fails… Now What?

If you find that you need your data in a rush in order to get back in operation, just give us authorization and note that you would like to upgrade your services (additional fees apply). After our bench analysis and/or a phone consultation we will be able to evaluate the cost and the time needed for the full recovery of your RAID 6 array.

RAID? Like Roaches? Did the raoches trash your RAID array?

Do not attempt to repair or rebuild your RAID system yourself. If done wrong, you will damage your data permanently, and cause it to become unrecoverable. Shut down your system, turn all the hard drives off. Do this as soon as you notice or hear noises that are unusual.Carefully note the disk bay number they’re remove from (you can label them appropriately e.g Disk 0, 1, 2, 4).

OH No! You don’t have a back up of your data. What Now?

PLEASE SHARE THIS: Most people don’t have a backup of their important data. It’s funny too because most people keep their life on their computer. What are you going to do if you don’t have your information backed up and your computer crashes, or even worse you drop your external hard drive? What will you do? We can tell you one thing…