Raminfotech specializes in RAID recovery and repair. Our engineering teams have decades of combined experience with every RAID configuration, and we treat each array as a high priority. If you need a professional resource for secure RAID recovery, we can help.
At Raminfotech, we know that sudden RAID failures can cause a tremendous amount of stress and serious financial challenges for your business.
One of our primary goals is to minimize stress while delivering dependable results, and our staff will take every possible step to get your array up and running as quickly as possible.
Our teams specialize in server recovery. We offer professional services for both physical and virtual servers, and our engineering teams have worked extensively with every major operating system and file type. With our expansive knowledge base of past cases and state-of-the-art technology, we can effectively treat any failure scenario in a matter of days.
We can recover data on 98% of cases of RAID failures we see. Common problems that we see are when a RAID-0 array has one failed drive, or when a RAID-1 set of disks stops working due to a problem with the RAID controller, not the actual hard drives. Often, we see RAID 5 sets of disks with 1 or 2 failed drives (e.g 1 disk may have damaged heads and another may have some read errors or bad sectors).
Data Recovery Problems :
- A disk or two has failed in a RAID array. When one disk fails, it is not uncommon for nobody to notice. But, when the second drive fails, the data may become inaccessible. For example, in a RAID-5 array.
- Two or three drives failed in a RAID-5 or RAID-6 array.
- Two disks in a RAID-1 array suddenly fail, usually due to bad sectors/read errors or a head failure.
- Sudden power loss – this can sometimes cause hard drives to fail. An example of this is when heads are stuck to platters, which prevents drives from spinning up.
- RAID controller failure or lost RAID configuration.
- Lost access to all data after powering off a server or relocating it.
- Hardware problems with the drives, e.g Damaged PCB, damaged heads, bad sectors, seized spindle motor.
- Firmware/system area corruption.
- Fire damage.
- Water, liquid or flood damage.