Raid Recovery

The technicians at Magic Computer Repair are capable of recovering damaged data from all RAID system servers including: application servers, web servers, file servers, and network attached storage RAID of any size.

What is RAID?

A RAID array is a collection of drives that act as a single system, which will protect the system from data loss, in case one of the drives fails to operate. RAID systems will continue to function, however when a drive fails to work, the performance is negatively affected, and the RAID operates at a degraded state.

When a drive is replaced, the lost data has to be regenerated on the new disk by a process called RAID rebuilding. RAID systems are vulnerable to viruses, logical problems, physical damage, and human error. In addition, multiple drive failure may also bring the whole RAID array down. If this occurs, the data recovery done by Magic Computer Repair, will be extremely complex, and laborious.

If you fail to backup your drives, you will be left with no other choice than to call a data recovery company. The specialists at our Los Angeles CA location, will be able to help you, as they possess all the needed technology and knowledge to recover data from RAID storage systems. Using specialized equipment, facilities, and software, we will be able to recover data from any type of server or network storage devices.

The technicians at our Los Angeles CA laboratory specialize in recovery of RAID Servers including:

  • SATA RAID Data Recovery
  • SCSI RAID Data Recovery
  • Adaptec RAID SATA SAS SCSI Data Recovery
  • Promise RAID SATA SAS SCSI Data Recovery
  • 3Ware RAID SATA SAS SCSI
  • Dell Striped RAID Data Recovery
  • VIA and nVidia RAID Recovery
  • Buffalo TeraStation Pro NAS 0.6 TB HD-H0.6TGL/R5
  • Buffalo TeraStation Pro NAS 1.6 TB HD-H1.6TGL/R5
  • Buffalo TeraStation Home Server NAS 1.0TB HS-D1.0TGL/R5
  • Buffalo TeraStation Home Server NAS 2.0TB HS-D2.0TGL/R5
  • Buffalo TeraStation Pro NAS 1.0 TB TS-1.0TGL/R5
  • Buffalo TeraStation Pro NAS 2.0 TB TS-2.0TGL/R5
  • Buffalo Linkstation HD-H250LAN
  • LACIE Ethernet Disk