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RAID Data Recovery Service

November 27th, 2012 Comments off

RAID provides high performance to us, especially server users but it also brings us with much trouble. For example, we might be troubled to manage RAID partitions such as resizing or moving them. Luckily we could solve the problem quickly and easily with partition manager softwares or by adding hard disk. However, when we encounter data loss due to system crash, virus attack or power failure/surge, it will get serious …

RAID Data Recovery Service in Los Angeles

November 24th, 2012 Comments off

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Why Secure RAID Data Recovery Service:

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Secure Data Recovery Services professional team in Los Angeles, CA are hard drive data recovery experts in providing advanced disk data recovery solutions. Secure Data Recovery Services of Los …

RAID Array Failures & Recovery

July 30th, 2011 Comments off

RAID Arrays Failures & RecoveryA hardware RAID implementation requires at minimum a RAID controller. On a desktop system this may be a PCI expansion card, PCI Express expansion card or built into the motherboard. Controllers supporting most types of drives may be used – IDE/ATA, SATA, SCSI, SSA, Fibre Channel, sometimes even a combination. The controller and disks may be in a stand-alone disk enclosure, rather than inside a computer. The enclosure may be …

Raid Data Recovery Tips

July 22nd, 2009 Comments off

Raid Data Recovery A large number of users had been made into believing that RAID should not fail, as a result of over emphasis of RAID’s fault tolerance functions or auto rebuilt functions. As a result, up to date backups are seldom performed when the data disaster nightmare unfolds.

RAID may be implemented by hardware or software -based method, differentiated by the presence or absence of a RAID controller, Basically, a number of …

Server Recovery Tips

July 16th, 2009 Comments off

Server Recovery Data disasters will happen. Accepting that reality is the first step in preparing a comprehensive disaster plan. Time is always against an IT team when a disaster strikes, therefore the details of a disaster plan are critical for success.

Here are some suggestions from Ontrack Data Recovery engineers of what not to do when data disasters occur:

In a disaster recovery, never restore data to the server that has lost…

RAID Data Recovery Is Possible!

May 31st, 2009 Comments off

RAID Data RecoveryWhat if your hard drive decides to enter the Elysian Fields in this very moment? Sure, you could simply get a new hard drive to substitute for the defective one with a quick run to your favorite hardware store. And with last night’s backup you might even reconstruct your installation quickly. But what if you don’t have a backup? The truth to be more like this: many users don’t even …