Industry Leading RAID 5 Data Recovery Services
RAID 5 arrays are universally used across storage systems including standalone, NAS, and DAS. They are commonly used because they allow for fewer disks to be utilized while still maintaining redundancy. However, redundancy does not guarantee your system won’t experience data loss.
Secure Data Recovery can recover your files from a RAID 5 array in any system. We are the industry leader in RAID data recovery and our engineers have decades of experience working with all manufacturers of RAIDs. We boast an overall 96% success rate for recovery from both physically and logically damaged RAID 5 arrays.
A single RAID 5 system must have a minimum of three hard drives. Data is written to the drives at the same time and is equally distributed among them. These systems are the most popular RAID configuration for storage archival, database environments, and more. Data loss on a RAID 5 can occur due to accidental file deletion, parity loss, or it may simply wear down after time.
Secure Data Recovery engineers have decades of experience in RAID recovery in all data loss situations. Our dedicated R&D team works to discover new recovery methods for existing and emerging media and uses proprietary technology for recovery.
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RAID 5 Failure Scenarios
Consumers choose RAID 5s as a way to protect their data because they offer redundancy across disks. No matter the level of redundancy, a RAID level 5 can still fail due to user error or unavoidable physical damage. With its block-level striping and distributed parity, all drives except for one in a RAID 5 array need to be present in order to function.
Drive failures can fall into a few different categories including user error, environmental damage, and mechanical failure. In any of these scenarios, the best course of action is to power down your RAID 5. Attempting to turn on your system or rebuild it may result in data loss if done incorrectly. Some of the most common causes for RAID 5 failure are:
- Failed Rebuild Attempt
- Malfunctioning RAID Controller
- Physical Damage Including Fire and Water
- Multiple Disk Failure
- RAID disks inaccessible after system upgrade
- Missing RAID partition
- Accidental Reformatting/Reinitialization
How to Recover from a RAID 5 Failure
When your RAID 5 fails or is receiving error messages, the best course of action is to turn the system off immediately and take the following steps to recover:
- Call a professional data recovery company like Secure Data Recovery and give details about your RAID failure.
- Securely package your array to be shipped to our certified lab.
- Receive your recovered files on secure transfer media with our FIPS 140-2 Level 3 validated data handling practices.
- Create an efficient backup plan for your data to prevent critical data loss in the future.
Why Choose Secure Data Recovery
At Secure Data Recovery, we understand that a RAID-5 failure means downtime for your business and stress for home users. We have the fastest turnaround times in the industry and an emergency service with an average 48-hour turnaround for RAID recovery. Engineers take the highest precautions when working with your storage devices by creating an image of the data to work from, keeping your device in its original condition.
After the imaging process, they perform RAID 5 analysis and assembly, file system repair, or database repair if necessary before extracting the data. All of this work is done in an SSAE 18 Type II Certified lab, protecting data security throughout the entire process. Our other certifications include TRUSTe Verification, HIPAA Compliance, PCI-DSS Compliance, and a Class 10 ISO 4 Cleanroom.
Our high success rate and an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau are only a few of the advantages of using our services. Others include:
- Online case monitoring and 24/7 customer service
- Risk-free diagnostics and upfront price quotes
- On-site and Remote RAID 5 data recovery
- High success rates and customer testimonials
When you need qualified and reliable data recovery for your RAID-5 or other RAID set, choose Secure Data Recovery. Call our 24/7 customer service line at 800-388-1266 to start your case today.
RAID 5 Data Recovery Case Studies
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