NAS Data Recovery

The Recovery Force NAS data recovery services are second to none.  Upon receipt of the hard drives from the failed NAS system, our team will diagnose, stabilize and mirror each drive.  We will then safely attempt to virtually reconstruct the NAS RAID array, if it was a multiple drive unit, using the copied drives and then recover the data out to a new single volume healthy hard drive.

We frequently get NAS data recovery projects from basic NAS configurations, but also encounter cases where advanced settings were used to setup the NAS with VMFS LUNs stored on ISCI volumes.

A few various brands and models of NAS systems we are familiar with are as follows:

  • Apple Time CapsuleNAS Data Recovery
  • Buffalo
  • D-Link
  • Drobo (BeyondRAID)
  • LaCie
  • Netgear
  • QNAP
  • Seagate
  • Synology
  • Thecus
  • Western Digital

If you are experiencing data loss with your home or business NAS unit, it is important to turn it off and make sure that no further attempts to write to the device happen.  Even the advice you get from your product’s tech support can complicate matters and even reduce the chances of getting your data recovered.  Simply call Recovery Force, toll free, at 866-750-3169 to find out more about how we can provide you with a free assessment and quote to recover the data from your failing/failed NAS appliance.

QNAP Data Recovery

Over the past few months, we have been seeing more QNAP servers coming in for data recovery.  The issues we have recovered range from multiple drive failure to accidental deletion of the RAID arrays. A few common mistakes made that complicate the recovery efforts by...

RAID 1 Fatal Crash

When working with redundant disk drives in a RAID array, it is very important to frequently backup the data.  We just assessed a setup where the data stored on one drive is mirrored to the other in real time (RAID 1).  In this particular case, the second drive failed...

NAS Data Recovery Services

Are you using a NAS (Network Attached Storage) device to centrally store all your files at home or work? Sadly, rather than use these devices as a secondary backup of critical business files or personal photos, these devices are being used as the sole location of the...