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RAID Data Recovery Service
RAID Data Recovery Service Redundant Array of Independent/Inexpensive Disks, or RAID, is a system of multiple hard drives for sharing or replicating data. When several hard disk drives are set up to use RAID technology, they are said to be in a RAID array.
The array distributes data across several disks in certain order and exactly in accordance with the selected RAID configuration rules. Array can be organized in many ways, but two basic configurations divide all RAIDs into two diametrically opposite data storage devices in terms of goals.
While the mirrored array are mostly for double-coping the same data on pair of equal volumes, the striped ones are for combining drives into one big data volume.
When Several Hard Drives can be organized in one striped set (RAID 0), and the computer hardware, the programs, and the human eye will see on the screen only one single disk (one-letter drive).
The total capacity of the classic striped array is roughly equal to the sum of every member of RAID:
Striped RAID Capacity = #1 HDD Capacity + #2 HDD Capacity + ... #n HDD Capacity
RAID Data Recovery Rate - effective since 2013
You may start the data restoration process right now if you go with today's guaranteed deal: Databe Lab will recover all your requested files for the firm price directly from this table. If by any reason you will find the recovery results is not what you expected, you pay nothing at all for our service. In some instances, we even proportionately reduce the cost, matching it to the harsh reality of inability to derive all files from severely injured data medium. So, again, you go with the order when you sure you will pay for the service in full, in case of successful recovery. If not, there is no obligation from your side to pay for not wanted data and you may cancel the recovery process at any moment. Many of our customers had told us that they spent plenty of time and could not find even close conditions agreeable to such strict standards for this industry.
RAID - Array of few Hard Drives Data Recovery
|Regular Service||Emergency Service|
0 - 2,099 Gb
2,100 - 7,099 Gb
From 7100 and bigger
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RAID data recovery service covers all data loss cases, including
- Clean Room Repairs (for all internal damages like clicking noises, heads damage, motor problems, severe media damage to platters; These problems are fixed by opening the hard drive under clean room conditions)
- Firmware problems (Internal microcode damaged)
- Electronic components (burned PCB)
- Software recovery (File System corrupted; viruses; deleted files, etc.)
Check the list of RAID device we have already recovered the data from at DataBe Lab
You may be interested to have a close look at particular RAID registered in our growing database of supported devices. There is always delay in adding new RAID models to the list, besides, it is not our primary goal to bring every RAID device into the database, but every device you submit to service goes through the perfectly organized RAID data restoration process that starts with your start-submission form. That form is the paperwork link between you and the data recovery specialist, please take your time and answer to a few questions about the failed array type, the hard drive info in details, and memo about the critical data to recover. Please, do not send or bring your device in the lab before we review your order and check our parts stock to make sure that we are ready to start and finish and deliver your lost files right in agreeable turnaround time.
We also support all network attached drives or servers (NAS-RAID), as well as regular external RAID. So far we do not plan to add any extras to service plan for any additional data retrieving manipulation contributed by extra complexity of network attached servers and external drives with the build-in encrypting features. That table covers all-included external storages for extensive data salvaging and repairs.
RAID Data Recovery often involves replacing failed or damaged hard drive's components in a clean environment. Failed components typically include read/write heads, head assemblies and drive motors.