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RAID 0 Data Recovery from All Server Brands Including Dell | Compaq | IBM | Lacie | HP | Iomega | G-RAID | Seagate | Buffalo | Western Digital | Maxtor | Apple / Mac & Many More

Businesses, Universities, Government Agencies, Non Profit Organizations & Individuals Choose File Savers Data Recovery Because......
24/7 Emergency Fastest Data Recovery Service Fastest Service: 24/7 Emergency Service available so we can have your data back in your hands fast. File Savers Beyond Certified EngineersBeyond Certified: Going above traditional training to solve the most complicated situations.
File Savers HIPPA & PCI Compiant Trusted Data Recovery Service ProviderTrusted & Secure: HIPPA & PCI compliant so you can trust your data is always safe and secure. File Savers ISO 5 Class 100 Clean RoomISO 5 Clean Room: So dust and debris won't enter your HDD's during the recovery process.

File Savers Custom Data Recovery Tools & TechniquesCustom Tools & Techniques: Propriatary tools & techniques to help us recover data others can't.

File Savers Gives You The Best Chance of Successful Data RecoveryHighest Success Rates: We wont stop until we have exhausted all solutions to recover your data.
File Savers Has A No Data No Charge PolicyNo Data No Charge: We stand behind our work. Guaranteed to recover data or there's no charge.

File Savers Has The Most Experienced RAID Data Recovery EngineersExperienced Engineers: Means we have seen it all! If it's possible to recover, we'll recover it.
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How Much Will It Cost To Recovery The Data From My Failed RAID 0 Array?

The answer is..... It depends! Our RAID 0 recovery prices are based on the number of drives in your RAID 0 array, drive capacity, type of drives, system type, failure, file system and service level. We tend to be the best overall value for all data recovery services in the country and we will beat any reputable data recovery company's price for RAID 0 data recovery.

We need you to call us so one of our RAID recovery specialists can gather the informaiton they need in order to provide you with an initial price quote to start. Our RAID specialists will walk you through the data recovery process and answer any questions you may have. We will provide you with price ranges for the service levels you are most interested in based on the time frame you need or want your data recovered in.

 

 

Common RAID 0 Failures


Physical RAID Server Failure

Physical failure of your RAID 0 Server components can leave you stranded without access to your important files that you use everyday. This can include the failure of the following components: RAID 0 controller, power supply, RAM, motherboard or bhackplane. Regardless of the RAID 0 server failure, our experienced RAID engineers can recover your data.

Logical Failure of RAID 0 Server System

Logical failures are when the operating system, IE: Windows, Mac, Linux, Unix, Novell, or VMware system becomes corrupted. A virus, improper shutdown, update or user error can damage the operating system to the point where it fails to boot, boots in a loop, blue screens, etc... At this point, you have no access to your data and you need our Free Diagnosis to determine what to do next.

User Error

Whether the data on your RAID 0 server was accidentally deleted or your RAID 0 configuration was corrupted or formatted, we can very likely recover your files. If a user error occurs, its vitally important for you to stop using it and turn it off. Everything you do after the initial problem greatly reduces the chances of a successful recovery of your data.



Physical Hard Drive Failure of RAID 0 Hard Drives

Physical hard drive failure is when the mechanical parts of one or more of the hard drives in your RAID 0 server fail. These types of failures usually require extensive clean room work to successfully recover your files. If one of your RAID 0 member drives suffer a mechanical failure, you need our data recovery services to recover your critical files. Our engineers have the experience, tools and equipment to repair your RAID 0 member hard drive and quickly recover your files in our class 100 clean room.

Types of RAID 0 Failures we specialize in recovering Data from:

Physical Failure

  • Bad Sectors
  • Clicking Drive
  • Head Failure
  • Electrical Failure
  • Firmware Corruption
  • Not Spinning
  • Amber Lights
  • Motor Failure
  • Platter Degradation
  • Platter Damage
  • PCB Failure
  • Multiple Drive Failure
  • Not Recognized
  • Beeping or Buzzing
  • Physical RAID Server Failures

  • Controller Failure
  • Power Supply Failure
  • Motherboard Failure
  • Backplane Failure
  • Logical RAID Failures

  • Improper Shutdown
  • Software Update
  • Boots in a Loop
  • User Error

  • Accidental Deletion
  • Incorrect Component Replacement
  • Accidental Reformatted
  • Incorrect Rebuild
  • Attempted to Expand Array
  • Initialize Array
  • Accidentally Changed Drive Order
  • Why Choose File Savers for your RAID 0 Data Recovery:

    Our experienced RAID engineers have recovered RAID 0 servers and NAS devices from virtually every type of failure. If your RAID 0 can be recovered, we will recover it. We use the most advanced equipment, techniques and tools to assists in our RAID 0 recovery efforts so we can make sure we get your data back as quickly as possible. We specialize in RAID 0 data recovery from all types of media storage brands and devices, file systems, operating systems and types of failures. We also specialize in recovering all data types no matter how proprietary from RAID 0 devices.

     



    About NAS Servers


    NAS devices are stand alone external storage devices that are connected to a network via a wired network cable or wireless network connection.

    NAS systems have become more and more popular over the years because virtually anyone can add a large storage device to their network quickly. NAS devices are available from dozens of manufacturers and many of them are affordable enough for even the average consumer. NAS systems can be accessed by any computer on the network no matter the operating system which makes them very versitle. Most NAS devices use their own propriatary version of Linux operating system to store their data. NAS devices come in a variaty of brands and storage capacities. Most ranging from 1 to 5 drive systems.

    NAS systems are often multiple drive systems that allow the user multiple options for different RAID version setup. NAS devices are a great way to back up your data but they should never be used as the sole data storage solution. No level of RAID can replace the importance of having good backups. Backups are simply a second source for your data. The most common NAS systems we see are set up as RAID 5, RAID 1, RAID 0, RAID 10 or RAID 6.

    Operating Systems Supported:

    Windows OS


    Windows 95
    Windows 98
    Windows 2000
    Windows XP
    Windows Vista
    windows 7
    Windows 8
    Windows 8.1
    Windows Server 2000
    Windows Server 2003
    Windows Server 2008
    Windows Server 2008 R2
    Windows Server 2012
    Windows Server 2012 R2
    Windows Server 2016
    Windows Server 2019

    VMware


    ESX 4.0
    ESXi 4.1
    ESXi 5.0
    ESXi 5.1
    ESXi 5.5
    ESXi 6.0
    ESXi 6.5
    ESXi 6.7


    Mac/Apple OS


    Mac / Apple
    Mac OS X 10.0 Cheetah
    Mac OS X 10.1 Puma
    Mac OS X 10.2 Jaguar
    Mac OS X 10.3 Panther
    Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger
    Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard
    Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard
    Mac OS X 10.7 Lion
    Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion
    Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks
    Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite
    Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan
    Mac OS X 10.12 Sierra
    Mac OS X 10.13 High Sierra


    Novell OS


    Novell NetWare
    Novell Open Enterprise


    Linux OS


    Linux Red Hat
    Linux Ubuntu
    Linux Debian
    Linux CentOS
    Linux Fedora
    Arch Linux
    Linux Suse
    Linux MEPSIS
    Linux Knoppix



    UNIX OS


    SCO & Open Server
    Sun Solaris
    Open Solaris
    AIX
    BSD/OS
    IRIX
    Tru64 UNIX
    Free BSD
    Open BSD
    Minix
    HP-UX

     

     

    Hard drive Interfaces we Support

    SCSI
    IDE/PATA
    SAS
    SATA
    Fiber Channel

    USB
    Firewire
    Thunderbolt
    iSCSI
    eSATA