Have a failed RAID array?

Not a problem, Recovery Force is not only fast with recovering data from a failed RAID array, our prices may be the best in the industry.

We have recovered data from pretty much every possible hardware and software RAID configuration:RAID Data Recovery

  • RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 10, RAID 5, RAID 50, RAID 6 and JBOD.
  • Adaptec, LSI, HiPoint, HP, Intel, 3ware
  • Acer, Apple, Compaq, Dell, HP, Lenovo, EMC
  • Buffalo, D-Link, Drobo, Iomega, LaCie, Netgear, QNAP, Seagate, Synology, Thecus, Western Digital
  • Apple SoftRAID, Linux LVM, Windows Dynamic Disk, FreeNAS

When encountering a failed RAID, the first steps taken are critical when it comes to the outcome of the recovery.   The two main reasons that Recovery Force Inc is unable to recover data from RAIDs are because the physical failure is too severe for anyone to recover and the second reason is because of the damage caused by the previous attempts made to recover the data by rebuilding the array.

If you are confronted with a failing or failed RAID array, you are encouraged to call Recovery Force Inc at our toll free number, 866-750-3169, and talk to one of our data recovery team members right away.  We will advise you on the best course of action that will help ensure that no further damage is caused to the critical data stored on the array.

RAID Data Recovery Prices Start at $700.

Common failed RAID scenarios we see:

  • Multiple disk failure
  • RAID controller failure
  • Misreported disk failure

Apple Xserve RAID 5 Recovery

The Recovery Force team just recently recovered data from an Apple Xserve 2008 setup with three 1TB hard drives configured in a RAID 5 storage array.  The original issue was a failed system board, but things got a little worse when the computer tech who first looked... read more