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Minimize Critical Downtime:
- Free Overnight Shipping
- 1 Hour Diagnostic
- Dedicated Account Rep
- Hourly Updates
- Weekend Recovery Service
- Immediate Data Delivery
Get Data Back No Matter What Happened:
- Mechanical RAID Failure
- Corrupted File System
- Deleted Files/Folders
- Power Surge/Outage[/one_half]
- RAID Controller Failure
- Application Failure
- Multiple Drive Failure
- Virus/Malicious Attack
RAID, NAS, or SAN Data Recovery For Any Manufacturer, Level, Configuration, or Array Failure:
- Western Digital
- RAID 0
- RAID 1
- RAID 5
- RAID 6
- RAID 10
If You’ve Lost Critical Data –STOP!
Trying to retrieve lost or corrupted data from a failed RAID without the proper tools and training almost always results in permanent data loss. Inexperienced half-measures or educated guesses can take what might’ve been recoverable through proper procedure, and lose it forever.
Regardless of what’s happened, when it comes to RAIDs of any level, best practice recovery procedures must be followed exactly.
Don’t lose it all, take a second to call.
Shut down your failed RAID and call. If one or more of the drives are suffering from mechanical failure of any kind, further use WILL cause more damage. The more the drive is manipulated after failure, the more catastrophic the damage becomes, exponentially. The platters upon which the data is stored can be permanently damaged or critical data could be totally overwritten, despite RAID level redundancies.
We’re standing by to help you determine what to do next without losing your chance at a simple, successful recovery. Don’t hesitate to ask questions! Get peace of mind while reducing your down time.
Most Frequently Asked Questions:
How much does RAID data recovery service cost?
Without seeing the drives, it’s hard to say, but with our FREE, insured, overnight priority shipping and one-hour diagnostic and fixed quote, we make it no-risk easy for you to find out.
Pricing depends on the severity and extent of the damage. Typically, data loss resulting from a logical issue will be less expensive than if one or more of the drives have failed mechanically. Mechanical (or “physical”) issues usually require donor parts and a more labor-intensive process as the drive and its delicate components must be actually manipulated or repaired in order for data to be restored.
We’ll receive your RAID the day after you send it, and we’ll explain what needs to be done and why, helping you make an informed decision. We’ll work with you to make the service cost-effective. There are no upfront fees, no non-refundable attempt fees, and if we’re unable to recover the data for any reason, you won’t be charged at all.
You pay ONLY For successfully recovered RAID data!
How long does RAID recovery take?
Our average turnaround time for failed RAID recovery is 24-72 hours, with our emergency service guaranteeing that work begins immediately with your authorization and continues around the clock. Every case is different, and for standard priority cases, service can take as little as a few hours or in some rare cases up to a week, depending on the condition of the RAID drives and the amount of data to be recovered.
Nevertheless, you’ll know exactly what to expect – no surprises. No waiting and wondering what’s happening to your RAID data. We’ll keep you updated and operate within a pre-established timeframe so that you can plan on getting results when you need them. We offer 24/7 customer support with emergency services standing by to start your RAID data recovery process immediately!
How do you return my recovered data?
Our secure, certified, audited services consider each and every hard drive to contain mission critical data or sensitive information. The privacy and security of your data comes first and foremost, and we’re legally prepared to comply with any non-disclosure agreement, confidentiality agreement, proprietary information agreement, or legal secrecy agreement necessary to protect your data and our work.
Recovered data will be securely returned to you on a new external hard drive, with files and folders ready for access upon delivery, and without the need for any further setup or service.