Crucial Points To Consider Involving Raid Recovery
Raid recovery (RAID 1,2,3,4 and 5) is a very specialized process. It is highly recommended that you do not consult just any novice shop with your data recovery issue. Many regular computer repair shops don't have the proper facilities, equipment or expertise to handle your Raid recovery needs.
Experienced data recovery companies will follow a standard set of
RAID data recovery
procedures. This usually includes an initial evaluation, where trained technicians carefully examine the array to diagnosis the exact nature of the problem. Also, they'll will attempt to make an image of the failed hard drives. The RAID data recovery specialists will then extract the data from the image, and work to piece it together.
There are some critical points to consider when Raid recovery is involved to ensure the successful recovery of your data:
1. Don't make any sever RAID bios configuration alterations! 50% of the time,
novice network engineer can prevent data recovery through their enthusiastic experimentation.
2. Make sure you call us before removing your drives from the server so we can guide in proper drive removal handling and documentation. The difference between unsuccessful and successful
RAID recovery can be as simple as having a Raid specialist guide a network technician through all the intricate details.
3. Price- Paying the extra money for the facility that has laser and nano technologies is well worth the extra money. Once a
engineer tries to get your data, they lower the odds someone else can be successful. Altering the calibration settings or memory can be catastrophic. A RAID specialist typically has years of experience in various reassembly techniques.
Only a professional Raid recovery company
should be consulted to help you with any Data Recovery issues to make sure you don't lose the important information on your hard drive.