RAID Array Data Recovery

We have recovered more than 2,440 failed RAIDs since 2007!

We are RAID experts and have over 12 years of hands-on experience manually rebuilding failed RAIDs. Our extensive RAID knowledge means no RAID is too complicated to be recovered for a fair price.

Our team of highly skilled professionals is equipped with the latest tools and techniques, enabling us to recover data from a wide range of scenarios, including hardware failures, accidental deletions, and data corruption. We take pride in our ability to deliver efficient and confidential data recovery solutions.

This is how we save you money…

We believe in charging fair prices for RAID data recovery services. We know that most people cannot afford the unjustified high prices that other companies demand.

When it comes to RAID data recovery, most data recovery companies charge a premium because of the customers who use RAIDs. In general, RAID owners are businesses that can afford to spend more money on data recovery and often need their data back urgently. If you can afford the extra cost of purchasing a RAID, then you can probably afford to pay a very high cost to get back your data.

We DO NOT take advantage of RAID owners and charge the same fair price for data recovery (without charging extra for the time spent rebuilding the RAID).

Also, other data recovery companies will charge you extremely high prices to “recover” the failed drive(s) in your RAID, even if they aren’t required to recover all your data. For example, if you have a RAID 6, and two drives have bad heads, other companies will charge you thousands of dollars to swap heads, so the drives are readable. While we also can swap the heads, it probably won’t be necessary.

Since many RAID types contain redundant “parity” data (including RAID-1, RAID-5, and RAID-6), replacing the heads is often an unwarranted expense. You’ll save a ton of money if we can rebuild your RAID using the “parity” data (which is possible in 95% of RAID cases). If we can’t rebuild the RAID using “parity” data, then we can swap heads and recover the other failed drive(s).

We have successfully recovered data from practically all RAID types, including:

  • RAID 0
  • RAID 1
  • RAID 4
  • RAID 5
  • RAID 6
  • JBOD
  • Areca
  • HP/Dell
  • Drobo
  • Apple Fusion Drive

We can recover data from all file system formats, like HFS+ (Mac), FAT32/NTFS (PC), XFS/EXT3/EXT4/ReiserFS (Linux), and Virtual File Systems (VMFS) along with all hard drive interfaces (like SATA, IDE/ATA, SCSI, and SAS).

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