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Montreal Canada Raid Data Reconstruction Recovery

Raid Array Data Recovery for Montreal

 

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US Data Recovery provides Montreal, Canada Raid Array Data Recovery Services for Home users, Business users,  Corporations, Government entities, Military and Educational institution clients.  Montreal Raid Array Data Recovery includes recovery of SAS, SATA, IDE, SCSI , NL-SAS raid arrays, any raid configuration used in laptops, desktops, workstations, Servers, NAS, DAS and SAN servers. We provide Montreal data recovery and data reconstruction of all software and hardware raid arrays including: 

Standard Raid Levels

Raid 0, Raid 1, Raid 2, Raid 3, Raid 4, Raid 5, Raid 6

Modified Standard Raid Levels - Nested Raid Levels

Raid 0 + 1 (raid 01), Raid  1 + 0 (raid 10), Raid 3 + 0 (raid 30 or raid 53), Raid 0 +3 (raid 03), Raid 1 +0 + 0 (raid100), Raid 5+ 0 (raid 50), Raid 5 + 1 (raid 51), Raid 0 + 5 (raid 05), raid 6 + 0 (raid 60)

Non Standard Raid Levels

Double Parity, Raid 5e, Raid 5ee, Raid 6e, Raid-DP, Raid1.5, Parity Raid, Matrix Raid, Raid K, Raid S, Raid Z, Beyond Raid, unRaid, Linux MD 10, IBM ServeRaid 1E, ineo Complex Raid, Raidn,

Non Raid Drive Architectures

SLED, JBOD, MAID, SPAN, BIG

 Our technicians have a combined 57 years experience in data recovery, raid hard drive data recovery, raid array data reconstruction,  raid controllers, Raid server installation and maintenance.

Free Inspection and Examinationof all Montreal raid arrays

No Recovery – No Fee

Flat Rate Pricing

No up charge for Weekend, Evening or Holiday Service

 All Internal inspections and repairs of hard drives are conducted in a Class 100 Clean Room Environment.

We are HIPAA Compliant and exceed HIPPA requirements for data security. Each Clients case is assigned to its own recovery hardware and software and all data and forensic images are stored on individual hard drives. No Client Data is stored on Servers or any Internet connected device. Our client’s data Security and Confidentiality is of utmost importance.

Data Management has become a crucial part of every Corporation’s and small Business’s infrastructure. A comprehensive Data Management Plan should define how the data will be archived and stored and who will have access to the data. These are the most import parts of a Data Plan as approximately 44% of all Data Loss is a result of Hardware Malfunctions or Failure and about 32% of Data Loss or Corruption is a result of human error. The most critical part of preventing a Data loss Disaster is implementing the proper data storage devices needed for your business needs.

Your data storage devices may include off site Cloud Storage, NAS (Network Attached Storage) data Storage, External or Internal HDD data storage or Sever Storage utilizing Raid Array Volumes. The best prevention of a data loss disaster is to have current multiple backups of your data. In the event that you do have a mechanical or software failure of one of your storage devices, DO NOT attempt any type of recovery, repair or Raid rebuild without a having a current and complete copy of your data. Your best course of action is to shut the Storage device down to prevent any further loss or corruption of your data. Call US Data Recovery and speak to one of our techs concerning the safest method of data recovery for your specific device.



Montreal Raid DATA RECOVERY Process starts immediately upon receipt of your drives.We work non stop until the data is recovered.

Most data recovery cases are completed in 24-36 hours of receipt of the drives. This includes Raid Array data recovery cases.

     Canada, Calgary, Edmonton, Kamloops, Kelowna, Vancouver, West Vancouver, Winnipeg, Montreal, Quebec City, Regina, Toronto, West Toronto, Ottawa, North York, Misssissauga, Okotoks, Williams Lake, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge,Vancouver Island

 

 Raid Array configuration RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) is the combining of two or more hard drive working in unison to gain greater levels of performance, redundant reliability, and or to create a larger hard drive volume sizes. In the past this type of configuration was generally used only by large companies. Today, many Montreal small business and home users are finding an ever increasing need for servers and mass external storage devices to store there ever expanding data needs. When multiple raid configured hard drive arrays fail, special software and hardware is needed to successfully recover your data.

Raid arrays are configured in raid levels based on the performance and redundancy that is required for the application. Raid levels vary from hardware arrays and software arrays Raid Levels consist of Standard, Non Standard Raid levels.

Raid Data Reconstruction Recovery from hard drives configured in

Standard Raid Levels

Raid 0, Raid 1, Raid 2, Raid 3, Raid 4, Raid 5, Raid 6

Modified Standard Raid Levels - Nested Raid Levels

Raid 0 + 1 (raid 01), Raid 1 + 0 (raid 10), Raid 3 + 0 (raid 30 or raid 53), Raid 0 +3 (raid 03), Raid 1 +0 + 0 (raid100), Raid 5+ 0 (raid 50), Raid 5 + 1 (raid 51), Raid 0 + 5 (raid 05), raid 6 + 0 (raid 60)

Non Standard Raid Levels

Double Parity, Raid 5e, Raid 5ee, Raid 6e, Raid-DP, Raid1.5, Parity Raid, Matrix Raid, Raid K, Raid S, Raid Z, Beyond Raid, unRaid, Linux MD 10, IBM ServeRaid 1E, ineo Complex Raid, Raidn,

Non Raid Drive Architectures

SLED, JBOD, MAID, SPAN, BIG

We provide raid array data recovery for any raid array utilizing the following formats and file systems:

HFS+, HFSX and HFS Wrapper nix, HP UNIX, FAT16, FAT32, VFAT, NTFS and NTFS5, UFS (all variants), VxFS, HTFS,EAFS, ZIP, Ext2, Ext3 and Reiser FS, XFS, JFS, ZFS

We provide Montreal, Illinois clients data recovery of any raid array using the following SATA, SAS, IDE or SCSI raid controlers:

3ware Controllers, HP Controllers, IBM Controllers, Adaptec Controllers, NVIDIA controllers, Promise Technology controllers, Acer Controllers, Highpoint controllers, LSI Controllers, Intel Raid Controllers, Sans Controllers, Perc 4, Perc 5, Perc 6, Pec 2, Perc 3 Controllers and any other make raid controller.

We provide SATA, IDE, SAS and IDE raid hard drive data recovery for the following Hdd manufactures: Seagate, Maxtor, Samsung, Western Digital, HGST, Hitachi, Fujitsu, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Sun, NetApp, LSI and more

We provide Montreal, Illinois clients raid data recovery of any raid array using the following operating systems:

 

Red Hat, Suse, Caldera, SCO, Debian, Mandrake, Sorcerer, Turbo Linux, Slackware, Gentoo, Apache, Apache OpenOffice, Ubuntu, Fedora, Centos, Arch Linux, Oracle, Zentyal , Open-E, Windows Vista / XP / 2003 / 2000, Windows 7, Windows 8,  Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2010, Windows server 2012, Windows SBS Server, Windows SBS 2003, Windows SBS 2008, Windows SBS 2010, Windows SBS 2012, Windows NT, Windows Exchange Server,   Mac OS, Mac OS X, Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard, Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard, Mac OS X v10.4 Tiger, Mac OS X v10.3 Panther, Mac OS X v10.2 Jaguar, Mac OS 9 , Mac Mavericks and earlier MacIntosh and Apple operating systems, SCO Openserver (HTFS & EAFS), SCO Unixware (VxFS & UFS), Solaris Intel (UFS) ,Solaris Sparc (UFS),BSD (UFS1 & UFS2) .HP UNIX (JFS 3.0,3.1,3.3) Open-E or any other proprietary OS.,

 

  What to do if your Raid Array is failing or Failed:

Raid array failure for most Montreal, Canada Corporate users is generally a minor several hour inconvenience as they are more likely to have a disaster plan in place to deal with raid array failures. Large corporations generally have the resources to have multiple servers so that ALL their data is not concentrated on one server. They will usually have multiple up to data backups and possibly a backup server ready to go on line.

Having a raid array failure or  a single drive failure is a disaster for most Montreal home users and small to medium size business users. Panic sets in as you see your entire digital life gone or your entire business shut down. What you do next can determine if this disaster turns into a Major Disaster or a Catastrophic Disaster. 

Remove the server array from the network and Shut the system down. This includes an active array with just a single drive failure.  Do not attempt to rebuild the array unless you have a good backup copy of all your data including the most recent files. Remove all of the drives from the array.  Build a new array with new drives and start rebuilding your array from your data backup, even if the backup is old and out of date. If your raid array needs to be recovered you will already have the server and your company up and running. Once the recovered data is back you will simply be updating the array.   Even if you have a complete and sound backup of the array, rebuilding using the remaining good drives may result in corrupted data, lost files or failure of other drives in the array. With most businesses, getting the company back up and running and recovering all the data is most important. Buy following the previous steps you have the server up an running in the quickest amount of time and your have the failed array secured so no other damage or data loss can occur. 

 I know this goes against what most older IT administrations and Techs were taught.  We have a combine 57 years experience building, recovery, maintaining and implementing raid arrays on servers, NAS devices, SAN Servers and DAS Servers.  This is not how we were taught when it came to recovering a failed raid. Back when, we were limited to the software and hardware that was available to use for bad drives, like CheckDisk, Fsck, Spinrite, all of which are destructive programs. Destructive because they re write data on the hard drive attempting to correct errors in the MTF or Journaling systems or moving data from a bad sector to a good sector sector.  With an active failed raid array, with no backup, copying the data or cherry picking the data was the only choice then attempt to add a new drive for the failing array and attempt to rebuild the array for several hours or days. How many arrays have you spent hours on a rebuild, only to have another drive go and the array fail?

 Why Not copy the active data from a failing raid array or replace a failed drive and rebuild? The main reason is that when the array was first constructed at the factory or by an IT department, all the drives used in the array were the same make and model drive.  All the drives were most likely purchased at the same time from the same location and most probably were all manufactured at the same time and are from the same lot.  If one drive from the same lot fails, there is a very high probability that other drives will shortly fail with the same problem. At this point why the drive failed is not of concern.  Your only concern at the moment is to protect the integrity of the data on the drives. If you start a rebuild and another drive fails you may corrupt or loose data on the array. The only safe coarse of action is to remove all the drives from the array and have each forensically imaged with forensic hardware and software designed for data recovery and having the ability to deal with bad sectors.

Bad sector failure is the second major concern when attempting to rebuild a failing array. Greater density has been gain on the hard drives by the compression of tracks and sectors to produce greater capacity on the same size platers of 20 years ago. Failing sectors are now more critical then in years past, especially when dealing with multiple drives in a raid array.

Recovering and reconstructing data from a failed raid array:

  As with our individual hard drive data recovery, we follow a prescribe methodology for raid array recoveries from Raid Servers, San Servers, NAS Servers, SAN and DAS Servers, Internal and external raid arrays.

1. All mountable drives from the array are Forensically Imaged for data recovery to one of our Enterprise SATA hard drives  Our Advanced Forensic Imaging devices have two advantages over other imaging software and hardware.  Our Imaging hardware have the fastest data transfer rates available.  Our Forensic hardware and software is designed for data recovery and has the ability of reading multiple bad sectors and recovering those sectors to the recovery drive.  This leads to a greater data recovery success rate when dealing with bad sector issues .

2. All non mountable drives are examined to determine the best method of rendering the drive mountable for imaging. Logical repairs are handled with our hard drive manufacture specific hard ware and software.  All internal examinations or internal repair of the hard drive is conducted in our Class 100 Clean Room Environment. Once the drive is mountable it is forensically imaged to one of our enterprise SATA hard drives,

3. The Imaged drives are than mounted on one of our Raid Recovery workstations, where our engineers will determine the parameters of the raid array, reconstruct and DE-strip the array, at which time the data is recovered to another drive. The recovered data is then copied over to the clients drive for return.

Although we do not promote the use of large volume raid arrays, we will recovery any raid array, no matter the size the drives nor the number of drives used in the array. If you are contemplating constructing a large volume array call and talk to one of our engineers to learn the inherent problems and failure rates of large volume raid arrays.   Our goal is the complete recovery your data without causing more loss or corruption to the failed drives. We therefore DO NOT  perform data recovery over the Internet nor over a Network.  We WILL NOT perform data recovery from a source drive, active Server, Workstation or NAS Device.  All of these methods present a high risk of data loss or data corruption.    

 Advanced Raid Server Data recovery for any Enterprise servers including the following model: Macintosh X Server, HP ProLiant, HP Integrity Superdome, HP AlphaServer DS25, HP AlphaServer DS15A, Sun Netra, Sun SPARC Enterprise, IBM x86 enterprise servers, Dell™ PowerEdge™ T110, Xenos Enterprise Server, Raid Inc Xanadu™, Silicon Mechanics Storform nServ, Silicon Mechanics Rackform iServ, Intel® Storage Server.   For More Information on our  Server data recovery click on the  Server button      

We provide Raid Server Data Recovery for all NAS, SAN and DAS Server makes and models.  I addition to Raid Array data recovery for Raid Servers, we also provide SATA,  SAS,  NL-SAS, SCSI, IDE RAID DATA RECOVERY for all makes and models  of NAS Raid servers, SAN Servers , DAS Server and External and Internal Raid Arrays. For More Information on our NAS SAN DAS Server data recovery click on the  Server button  Generally most raid array recoveries are completed within 24 hours of receipt of the drives. We also provide data recovery for all Canada zip code areas.  

 

 

 We also provide Canada raid data recovery links for the following cities:

          Canada

                 Calgary

            Edmonton

         Kamloops

                 Kelowna

            Vancouver

        Winnipeg

                Montreal

            Quebec City

         Regina

                Toronto

            Ottawa

         North York

                Okotoks

            West Vancouver

        Misssissauga

               West Toronto

            Medicine Hat

       Vancouver Island

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Server Data Recovery Server Raid Data Recovery - Advance Server Data Recovery - Server Raid Array Data Recovery

We provide data recovery for servers using any operating system or blended proprietary system. We specialize in raid recoveries of any make server using IDE drives, SCSI drives, SATA drives, SAS Drives or SSD drives. Most Raid Server arrays are forensically imaged, de striped and recovered to a single drive within 24 hours of receipt of the drive.

We also Offer Raid Array Server forensic data recovery and forensic data imaging for large Corporations, Law Firms, Universities, Military, Police Departments, Home Land Security and other Government entities. We provide eDiscovery for electronic data storage devices used for civil and criminal litigation. All forensic image integrity is certified with MD5, SHA1 and SHA256 hashes. We have 23 years prior Criminal investigative experience in Federal and local law in Washington, D.C.

US Data Recovery provides Worldwide Advanced Raid Server Data recovery for any Enterprise server including the following model: Storform JBOD, zStax StorCore 64, zStax StorCore 104, SGI OmniStor, SGI InfiniteStorage Gateway, SGI NAS, SGI ICE X, SGI InfiniteData Cluster, SGI Rackable, SGI UV, StoreAll 9300 Gateway Storage, BrightDrive Astella FX, BrightDrive Astella DX, BrightDrive Astella NX, BrightDrive Procyon, BrightDrive Triton, BrightRaid Avio,Dapron DS6614 Integrated Blade Chassis, DS6601 Compute BladeDS6608 Virtual Machine Cluster BladeDS6607 VM Manager BladeDS2240 IP Storage Server, High Performance IP Storage Server , NetApp FAS6200/V6200 SErIES, FAS3200/V3200 SErIES, FAS2200 SErIES, NetApp R200 NearStore , E5400 E2600 and NetApp VTLNetApp, HP Disk Enclosures, HP BladeSystem Storage Blades, HP 3PAR StoreServ 10000 Storage, HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Storage, HP 3PAR StoreServ 7450 Storage, HP StoreEasy 1000 Storage, HP StoreEasy 3000 Gateway HP StoreEasy 5000 Storage,HP XP 9000 Storage, HP EVA 6000 Storage,HP StoreVirtual 4000 Storage, HP MSA P2000 Storage, HP MSA 2040 Storage, HP StoreOnce 2620 iSCSI Backup, HP StoreOnce 2700 Backup, HP StoreOnce 4210 FC Backup, HP StoreOnce 4210 iSCSI Backup, HP StoreOnce 4220 Backup, HP StoreOnce 4420 Backup,HP StoreOnce 4430 Backup, HP StoreOnce 4500 Backup, HP StoreOnce 4700 Backup, HP StoreOnce 4900 Backup,HP StoreOnce B6200 Backup,HP StoreOnce 6500 Backup, HP StoreAll 8800 Storage.HP StoreAll 8200 Gateway,HP StoreAll 9000 Storage, HP StoreAll 9300 Gateway Storage,Raid Inc, FusionIvyBridge, FusionRomley, Xanadu, Perceus, Razor II, Falcon V, Dell Compellent, Dell EqualLogic, Dell NX 35XX, MD3 Family of Arrays, Dell EqualLogic PS Series and FS Series, PowerEdge Blade Servers, PowerEdge Tower Servers, PowerEdge Rackmount Servers, PowerVault NAS Servers, PowerVault,,IBM SONAS, IBM Storwize V3700, IBM Storwize V70, NetApp Cluster Mode 8.1, NetApp FAS 2XXX, NetApp FAS 3XXX' NetApp FAS 6XXX, XIV, DS3500, Enterprise EMC Avamar, DD160,600,860, DD890/990, Isilon, VNXe, VMAX 40K, 20K, 10K, VNX 7500, VNX 5700, 5500, VNX 5300, VNX 5100.DS 88XX, Chenbro,

We provide Raid Server Array data recovery for RAID-0, RAID-1, RAID-5, RAID-6, RAID-10, RAID-01, RAID 05, RAID-50 AND ALL OTHER HYBRYD RAID CONFIGURATIONS. Reconstruction of any failed raid array is complex and requires professional imaging and data recovery hardware. Our raid reconstruction labs use the most up to date Professional Imaging devices and Data Recovery appliances available. We use the most advance prescribed methodology for all raid recoveries and reconstructions, which leads to the highest recovery results.

Most Server arrays are built using enterprise SAS, SATA, SSD or SCSI drives that were from the same lot. When one drive fails there is now a high probability of other drives in the array will fail in short order.. If other drives in the array fail during the rebuilding of the array you will most likely corrupt the raid strip and loose your data. If you do not have a complete and current backup of your data from the array then the best choice is to power off the server and call one of our raid specialist. The only secure method of recovering or rebuild the array is forensically imaging each drive to a new drive, reconstructing and de striping the array to an external drive. We have found that most of our Corporate Clients and Business Clients are relying on their raid array as to sole source of their data Storage based on the redundancy of raids without any other backup of the data. This is a practice that will lead to disaster. Raid Arrays fail for many reasons as do single hard drives, CDs, and DVD,s Flash Drives and SSD Drives, Cloud storage.

Protection from data loss can only be accomplished by multiple copies of the data and understanding the life expectancies of media storage devices. During the past year we have found many Raid array recovery clients with a replace hard drive from a different manufacture or model number. This is another practice that will put the drives out of step which can cause slower read and write speeds and possible lost of the array.

Data Management has become a crucial part of every Corporation’s and small Business’s infrastructure. A comprehensive Data Management Plan should define how the data will be archived and stored and who will have access to the data. These are the most import parts of a Data Plan as approximately 44% of all Data Loss is a result of Hardware Malfunctions or Failure and about 32% of Data Loss or Corruption is a result of human error. Therefore it is critical to understand the expected life spans of hard drives, workstations and storage serves and have a comprehensive update plan to prevent critical data loss due to hardware malfunctions. Since the next greatest data loss occurs from human error, having a personnel data management plan including who has access to critical data and who is responsible for backing up mission critical data can reduce the risk of a data disaster loss.The most critical part of preventing a Data loss Disaster is implementing the proper data storage devices needed for your business needs.

After having a comprehensive Data Management Plan in place you should then have a Data Disaster Recovery Plan in place. Beyond your control incidents have taken out many of the best prepared data centers. Lightning storms, Electrical surges, Flooding and other Natural disasters as well as hacking and virus attacks can cause a data disaster for your Business. How long and how bad the impact to your business depends on the Disaster Plan you have prepared. Having a logical IT recovery plan and pre determined designated recovery team in place will lessen the impact to your business.

Your data storage devices may include off site Cloud Storage, NAS (Network Attached Storage) data Storage, External or Internal HDD data storage or Sever Storage utilizing Raid Array Volumes. The best prevention of a data loss disaster is to have current multiple backups of your data. In the event that you do have a mechanical or software failure of one of your storage devices, DO NOT attempt any type of recovery, repair or Raid rebuild without a having a current and complete copy of your data. Your best course of action is to shut the Storage device down to prevent any further loss or corruption of your data. Call US Data Recovery and speak to one of our techs concerning the safest method of data recovery for your specific device. We have been providing Data Disaster recovery management for over 35 years to large and small businesses.

We provide Server Raid hard drive data recovery for all Server raid arrays using the following raid hardware controllers:

3ware Controllers, HP Controllers, IBM Controllers, Adaptec Controllers, NVIDIA controllers, Promise Technology controllers, Acer Controllers, Highpoint controllers, LSI Controllers, Intel Raid Controllers, Sans Controllers, Perc 4, Perc 5, Perc 6, Pec 2, Perc 3 Controllers and any other make raid controller. Perc 4, Perc 5, Perc 6, Pec 2, Perc 3 Controllers and any other make raid controller.

We also provide secure Server raid array data recovery for all Unix raids, Linux arrays, Macintosh raid arrays, Windows raids, Solaris raid arrays and any raid array using the following systems : Red Hat, Suse, Open-E, Caldera, SCO, Debian, Mandrake, Sorcerer, Turbo Linux, Slackware, Gentoo, Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Windows Server, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2010, Windows server 2012, Windows SBS Server, Windows SBS 2003, Windows SBS 2008, Windows SBS 2010, Windows SBS 2012, Windows NT, Windows Exchange Server, Microsoft Server, Microsoft Windows Server, Microsoft Windows,, Mac OS, Mac OS X, Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard, Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard, Mac OS X v10.4 Tiger, Mac OS X v10.3 Panther, MacOS, Mac OS X v10.2 Jaguar, Mac OS 9, Mac OS Mavericks, Mac OS Yosemite, Mac El Capitan, Sierra, High Sierra and earlier Macintosh and Apple operating systems, SCO Openserver (HTFS & EAFS), SCO Unixware (VxFS & UFS), Solaris Intel (UFS) ,Solaris Sparc (UFS),BSD (UFS1 & UFS2) .HP UNIX (JFS.

US Data Recovery provides raid data recovery from failed Server raid arrays that were configured with the following file systems:

HFS+, HFSX and HFS Wrapper nix, HP UNIX, FAT16, FAT32, VFAT, NTFS and NTFS5, UFS (all variants),VxFS, HTFS, EAFS, ZIP, Ext2, Ext3 and Reiser FS. FXS and encryption

NAS Data Recovery- NAS Raid Array Data Recovery - NAS file Server Data Recovery - NAS Storage Server Data Recovery

US Data Recovery provides data recovery for all NAS (Network Attached Server) devices. NAS devices are stand alone file storage units connected to a network with its own IP address. Each NAS Unit will have its own operating and filing system, journaling and filing systems and custom offsets prescribed by each different manufacture. NAS Units are usually configure in a raid 5, 0 or raid 1. As with any raid array, we strongly suggest that data stored on a single NAS appliance, be backed up to another device. Our NAS recovery engineers are fully versed in the many different NAS system configurations.

We also Offer NAS server forensic data recovery and forensic data imaging for large Corporations, Law Firms, Universities, Military, Police Departments, Home Land Security and other Government entities. We provide eDiscovery for electronic data storage devices used for civil and criminal litigation. All forensic image integrity is certified with MD5, SHA1 and SHA256 hashes. We have 23 years prior Criminal investigative experience in Federal and local law in Washington, D.C.

We provide raid data recovery for the following makes of NAS appliances : HDS NAS, Thecus NAS, Iomega Nas, WD NAS, San Digital NAS, AccuNas, LaCie NAS, TeraStation Pro, Seagate BlackArmor NAS, Linksys Nas, Buffalo Technology, D-Link NAS, Qnap NAS,GMG NAS, HP Media, Buffalo NAS, LG Electronics, Kanguru NAS, Isilon NAS, MicroNet NAS, MPC Computers, MRT NAS, NEC,Netgear, NetApp NAS, Ocarina NAS, Open-E NAS, DroboPro, Drobo, DroboShare, D-Link DNS-343,Systamax,Synology, Supermicro, Promise Technology, Sans Digital, SGI NAS, Sonic Wall NAS,SMC NAS, Proware NAS, PLX Technology NAS, Plextor NAS, Pillar Data Systems NAS, Philips NAS, Panasas NAS, Overland Storage, Snap Expansion S50,Snap Server® 210, Snap Server® 410,Storango SSTE-1NAS00,Storango SSTE-2NAS10,Storage Central, ReadyNAS Duo, ReadyNAS NVX, ReadyNAS NV+, ReadyNAS Pro Pioneer, TEAC NAS, Tranquil NAS, Trendnet NAS, T-Com in addition to all other Raid NAS Servers.

We recovery data from all failed raid 5 NAS raid arrays. We have found many clients that think a raid 5 NAS array is all that is needed for backing up their critical data. They feel that a raid 5 array on the NAS devices will protect them from data lost due to the redundancy of the raid 5. Many have attempted to rebuild a failing array or copy the data from the array with a failed drive only to have the array total fail before completion. Generally another drive will fails or they encounter a read error. The only safe method of recovery of a failing raid array is to hard the drives forensically imaged , reconstructed and de strip the array. Remember, when the array was built all the drives most likely came from the same lot. If one of the drives fails there is a high probability that one of the other drives will shortly fail with the same problem. We recover data from the following NAS models:
Business - Tower : TopTower N10850, N8850, TopTower N6850, SMB - Rackmount: N8810U-G, Thecus Large Business - Rackmount,: N16000PRO, N12000PRO, N8900, Large N8810U, N8800PRO v2, N4510U PRO, N4510U, SMB - Tower, N7710-G, N7710, N7700PRO v2, N7510, N5550, N4800Eco, N2800, Soho/Home: N4560, N4520, N2560, N2520, N2310
Netgear NAS models: ReadyNAS Pro Pioneer Edition, ReadyNAS Pro, ReadyNAS NV+,, ReadyNAS NVX, ReadyNAS Duo, Storage Central, ReadyNAS 2100, ReadyNAS 1100 ReadyNAS 3200
Synology Technology models: Disk Station DS509+ , DX5, Rack Station RS409+ / RS409RP+, RX4, Disk Station DS409+, Disk Station DS209+II , Disk Station DS109+ , Rack Station RS407, Disk Station DS409, Disk Station DS209, Disk Station DS109 , Cube Station CS407e, DiskStation DS209j, Disk Station DS109j, Disk Station DS-106j, USB Station , iUSB2
Sans Digital AccuNAS models: SANS DIGITAL, DAS Storage, AccuSTOR, AccuRAID, EliteSTOR, EliteRAID, MobileSTOR, MobileRAID, TowerSTOR , TowerRAID NAS Servers AccuNAS, MobileNAS
Western Digital My Book World Edition, Western Digital My Book World Edition 2, Western Digital ShareSpace, My Book VelociRaptor Duo, My Book Thunderbolt Duo , My Passport Ultra, My Passport Slim , My Passport Enterprise, WD Elements , My Passport Air, My Passport for Mac, My Passport Studio.
LaCie models: LaCie Network Space, Internet Space, LaCie d2 Network, LaCie Big Disk Network ,LaCie 2big Network, LaCie 2LittleBig, LaCie 5big Network, LaCie Ethernet Disk, LaCie 2big Spare Drive, / LaCie 4big 5big Spare Drive
Buffalo Technology models: TeraStation™ Duo, TeraStation™ III, TeraStation Pro™ II, TeraStation Pro™ II Rackmount, TeraStation Pro™ II iSCSI, TeraStation Pro™ II iSCSI Rackmount Storage System, LinkStation Mini™, LinkStation Live™ LS-CHL, LinkStation Pro™ LS-XHL, LinkStation Pro Duo™, LinkStation™ Quad
Dell PowerVault models: Dell NX4 Enterprise-class Network Attached Storage, Dell NX4 Enterprise-class Network Attached Storage, Dell PowerVault NX3000, PowerVault NX1950 SAN Gateway, PowerVault NX1950 Integrated NAS Solution, Dell PowerVault NF600 Network Attached Storage , Dell PowerVault NF500 Network Attached Storage , Dell PowerVault NF100 Network Attached Storage
Seagate NAS Devices: Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Net STAK100, Seagate BlackArmor Network Attached Storage, GoFlex Home Network Storage System, FreeAgent GoFlex Net Media Sharing Device, FreeAgent DockStar, Seagate BlackArmor, Seagate Business Storage,
Linksys Network Attached Storage System visonman models: Storango SSTE-2NAS30 , Storango SSTE-2NAS10 , Storango SSTE-2NAS20 , Storango SSTE-2NAS00 , Storango SSTE-2NAS50, Storango SSTE-1NAS10, Storango SSTE-1NAS00 OVERLAND STORAGE NAS models: ULTAMUS™ RAID 4800, ULTAMUS™ RAID 1200, Snap Server® 650, Snap Server® 620, Snap Server® 410, Snap Server® 210 , Snap Server® 110, Snap Expansion S50
SAN Server Data Recovery - DAS server Data Recovery - SAN Raid Array - DAS Raid Array US Data Recovery provides data recovery for all SAN (Serial Area Network) devices and DAS ( Direct Attached Storage) appliances. DAS devices are stand alone file storage units connected to a single Server, workstation, etc. SAN Devices are stand alone storage units connected to a network via a fiber cable, ISCSI, etc.. Both SAN and DAS appliances will have there own filing journaling and filing systems and custom offsets prescribed by each different manufacture. SAN and DAS servers are usually configure in a raid 5, 0, 10, 6 or raid 1. As with any raid array, we strongly suggest that data stored on a single SAN or DAS appliance, be backed up to another device. Our SAN and DAS recovery engineers are fully versed in the many different SAN/DAS system configurations.

We also Offer San forensic data recovery and forensic data imaging for private individuals, small businesses large Corporations, Law Firms, Universities, Military, Police Departments, Home Land Security and other Government entities. We provide eDiscovery for electronic data storage devices used for civil and criminal litigation. All forensic image integrity is certified with MD5, SHA1 and SHA256 hashes. We have 23 years prior Criminal investigative experience in Federal and local law in Washington, D.C.

SAN Server raid data recovery and raid data reconstruction follows the same prescribed procedures as recovering a standard raid server. The major difference is the proprietary Operating systems, journaling and filing systems and custom offsets used by each different manufacture. Our raid recovery engineers are fully versed in the many different SAN system configurations. Our raid data recovery specialist have recovered raid arrays from most SAN Servers including: QNap SAN, Sans Digital SAN, Drobo SAN, Open E SAN Servers, ISCISI San Servers, DS Dapron SAN, Raid, Inc SAN, Spectron SAN Servers, Bright Drive SAN, HP SAN, IBM SAN, Snap SAN, D-Link SAN, Fluke SAN Server, EMC SAN, NetWitness SAN, THecus SAN, Silicon Mechanics SAN, Dell SAN Servers, Arecanas SAN, Sgi Infinite Storarge, THecus SAN, Iomega SAN Servers, Sans Digital SAN, LaCie SAN, LaCie 8big Rack Thunderbolt, Linksys SAN, D-Link Servers, Qnap, SAN Servers, Micronet San, Netgear San Server, NetApp San Server, Open_E SAN, Supermicro SAN, SGI SAN, CineRaid SAN, iStarUSA Server, Chenbro San Server and more.

The San and DAS devices are generally used for storage of large amounts of data and high speed data transfer. SAN and DAS Devices are usually configured in 1 or more Raid Arrays using enterprise SATA, SAS or SCSI Drives. We provide raid data recovery for all SAN Raid 1, SAN Raid 0, SAN Raid 5, SAN Raid 6, SAN Raid 10, SAN Raid 05, San Raid 50, SAN Raid 01 and other Hybrid SAN arrays and any other SAN Raid array configuration. We provide San Data Recovery for all makes and models of SATA Drives, SAS Drives, We also provide SAN Raid Data Recovery for all makes and models of SAN Servers Including: Qnap, Sans Digital, Drobo SAN, Open E, ISCSI SAN, DS Dapron, Raid, Inc, Spectron, BrightDrive, Drobo San, HP LeftHand SAN, IBM San, Snap SAN, D-Link, Fluke Network, EMC Cluster, NetWitness SNC, Thecus SAN Server, Silicon Mechanics, THecus SAN, Silicon Mechanics SAN, Dell SAN Servers, Arecanas SAN, Sgi Infinite Storarge, THecus SAN, Iomega SAN Servers, Sans Digital SAN, LaCie SAN, Linksys SAN, D-Link SCSI Drives. Servers, Qnap, SAN Servers, Micronet San, Netgear San Server, NetApp San Server, Open_E SAN, Super Micro SAN, SGI SAN, CineRaid SAN and all other makes of SAN Servers.

We provide Raid Server Data Recovery for all SAN and DAS Server makes and models. Generally most raid array recoveries are completed within 24 hours of receipt of the drives. As with our individual hard drive data recovery, we follow a prescribe methodology for raid array recoveries from Raid Servers, San Servers, NAS Devices, DAS servers, Internal and external raid arrays. Each Drive is examined to determine any problem with that drive. If a logical or hardware issue is discovered it is corrected so as to make the drive mountable. Each mountable drive is than Forensically imaged to one of our Enterprise SATA drives. Our Advanced Forensic Imaging devices have two advantages over other imaging software and hardware. Our Imagers have the fastest data transfer rates available. Our Forensic hardware and software has the ability of reading multiple bad sectors and recovering those sectors to the recovery drive. This leads to a greater data recovery success rate when dealing with bad sector issues. The Imaged drives are than mounted on one of our Raid Recovery workstations, where our engineers will determine the parameters of the raid array, reconstruct and de-strip the array, which is then copied to another drive. Although we do not promote the use of large volume raid arrays, we will recovery any raid array, no matter the size the drives nor the number of drives used in the array. If you are contemplating constructing a large volume array call and talk to one of our engineers to learn the inherent problems and failure rates of large volume raid arrays. Our goal is the complete recovery your data without causing more loss or corruption to the failed drives. We therefore DO NOT perform data recovery over the Internet nor over a active Network. We WILL NOT perform data recovery from a source drive, active Server, Workstation or SAN/DAS Device. All of these methods present a high risk of data loss or data corruption. For more information concerning recovery from Raid Servers, SAN Servers, DAS servers, NAS Devices, Internal raid arrays or external raid arrays call and speak to one of our raid recovery engineers.

We also provide SAN Raid Data Recovery for all makes and models of SAN Servers Including:
Qnap, Sans Digital, Drobo SAN, Open E, ISCSI SAN, DS Dapron, Raid, Inc, Spectron, BrightDrive, Drobo San, HP LeftHand SAN, IBM San, Snap SAN, D-Link, Fluke Network, EMC Cluster, NetWitness SNC, Thecus SAN Server, Silicon Mechanics and all other makes of SAN Servers. Thecus SAN, Silicon Mechanics SAN, Dell SAN Servers, Arecanas SAN, Sgi Infinite Storarge, THecus SAN, Iomega SAN Servers, Sans Digital SAN, LaCie SAN, Linksys SAN, D-Link Servers, Qnap, SAN Servers, Micronet San, Netgear San Server, NetApp San Server, Open_E SAN, SuperMicro SAN, SGI SAN, CineRaid SAN , LenovoEMC NAS, Lenovo ix4 NAS, Seagate Business Storage Norco and more. We Provide Dell Raid Array data recovery for all Dell Servers including Dell EqualLogic PS Series and FS Series, PowerEdge Blade Servers, PowerEdge Tower Servers, PowerEdge Rackmount Servers, PowerVault NAS Servers, PowerVault SAN, HP StorFabric SAN HDS SAN Servers, ChenBro Server and more

Data Recovery For Flash Drives - Flash Media Data Recovery - SSD Drive Data Recovery - Cell Phone I Phone Android Phone Data Recovery

US Data Recovery provides Data Recovery for USB Flash Drives, Flash Media Card Data Recovery, SSD drive Data Recovery, I Phone, Android Phone cell phone data recovery and all other devices using NAND chips as a data Storage medium. NAND Chips, unlike hard drives, write their data in blocks by the rearrangement of Neutrons and Protons.

US Data Recovery Provides data recovery for iPhones, Ipads, iPad touch, Androidd Smartphones and Android tablets. We also provide data recovery for jailbreak phones. We can recover your contacts, photos, call history, messages, calendar, notes, voice mail , voice messages and more from working or dead phones. Attempting to recover data from dead or submerge phones can cause permanent loss to your data. Continued use of your phone can cause permanent loss or damage to your deleted data. Call our Techs (with another phone ) if your are in need of recovering your phones data.

We recovery data from from iPhone 6 Plus/6//5S/5C/5/4S/4/3GS/3G, all iPads and iPod touch 5/4. For the latest Storage Recovery information Connect with us at Google+ (us-Data Recovery) – Twitter @USDataRecovery on Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/pin/75576099980819923/ Google AdWords

USB Flash Drives and Thumb drives were designed for copying data to transfer to another device or as an additional copy of your data. Flash Drives store data on a NAND memory chip. Large capacity Flash drives use multiple chips configured similar to Raid hard drive arrays. The drives, as with all flash memory, have a limited number of read and write cycles. Some Flash Drives have a built in level distribution software that helps extend the life of the memory chip. As with the external drives we find that many people are now using the Worldwide USB Flash Drives and Thumb drives as primary storage devices. US-DataRecovery-Flash-Drive.com strongly recommends that you only use these devices to hold a copy of your critical data. Flash drives can be damaged by electrical charges cause by improper removal from the computer. Failure of the Flash drive controller will cause the drive to become unrecognizable on your computer. Most USB Flash Drive Data recovery occurs after the USB connection has been broken from the circuit board. As with most flash memory, we have the capability to remove the NAND chip from the circuit board and complete a successful USB Flash Drive Data Recovery.

Flash Memory Card Data Recovery is very similar to the recovery of USB drives. Flash memory cards come in varying sizes and are used for the storage of data on cameras, Ipods, cell phones and an assortment of other electronic devices. The data is also stored on a chip inside the cards. As with Flash Drives, large capacity flash memory cards use multiple chips configured similar to hard drive raid arrays. Most Flash Memory Card Data recovery occurs after improper removal of the card or damage to the file system. US-DataRecovery-Flash-Drive.com techs have a combine 18 years experience in Flash Memory Data Recovery, since their inception in 2000. We use the latest hardware and software to reconstruct the complex algorithms used to combine and read the data from the chips.

Some USB Flash Drives, digital cameras and other recording devices use Micro drives to store data. These drives are actually miniature hard drives. Data Recovery of Micro Drives are competed in the same manner as a full size hard drive. We offer our clients:

US Data Recovery provides FLASH DRIVE DATA RECOVERY for :

San Disk Cruzer, Kingston Data Traveler, Corsair, Kanguru, Lexar, Transcend, Talent, Centon, Patriot Exporter, A Data, Ultra, Generic USB Flash Drives

FLASH MEMORY CARD DATA RECOVERY for:

CompactFlash Type I (CF-I), CompactFlash Type II (CF-II), Extreme CompactFlash, Extreme III CompactFlash, Ultra II CompactFlash, High Speed CompactFlash, XS- Xtreme Speed CompactFlash, CompactFlash Elite Pro, IBM MicroDrive, Hitachi MicroDrive, MagicStor, Compact Flash PRO, CF PRO II, C-Flash, SmartMedia Card (SMC), TransFlash Memory, Memory Stick (MS), Memory Stick PRO (MS-PRO), Memory Stick Duo (MS-DUO), Memory Stick PRO Duo (MS-PRO DUO), Memory Stick MagicGate, High Speed Memory Stick PRO, High Speed Memory Stick PRO Duo, Memory Stick MagicGate PRO, Memory Stick MagicGate Duo, Memory Stick MagicGate PRO Duo, High Speed Memory Stick MagicGate PRO, High Speed Memory Stick MagicGate PRO Duo, Memory Stick Rom, Memory Stick Select, Extreme Memory Stick PRO, Extreme III Memory Stick PRO, Ultra II Memory Stick PRO, Secure Digital (SD), MiniSD, Extreme Secure Digital, Extreme III Secure Digital, Ultra II Secure Digital, Secure Digital Elite Pro, MultiMediaCard (MMC), HS SD (HIGH SPEED), MultiMediaCard 4.0, DV Reduced Size MultiMediaCard, High Speed Reduced Size MultiMediaCard, Reduced Size MultiMediaCard (RS MMC), Reduced Size MultiMediaCard 4.0 (RS MMC 4.0), Hi-Speed Mini SD, SD-Ultra-X, Ultra speed SD, SD PRO, High Speed MultiMediaCard, SmartMedia ROM, xD-Picture Card

Solid State Drive Data Recovery - SSD Hard Drive Data Recovery SSD Drives. although relatively new to the consumer , have actually been in use for many years. SSD Drives were used in equipment with high vibration that would make it impractical for the use of a standard hard drive, Worldwide SSD Drives have no moving parts and uses a series of NAND Chips configure somewhat like a raid array. hey load faster due to no moving parts. The downside to using Worldwide SSD Drives is the NAND Chips have a read and write limitation and recovery of data from a failed Worldwide SSD Drive is more complex and costly then from a mechanical hard drive. To ensure no data lost, we recommend backing all data on very frequent bases, especially when using Worldwide SSD Drives. Hybrid Worldwide SSD Drives are a combination of a mechanical hard drive and a NAND chip. The drives are generally set up to store more frequently used data on the NAND chip allowing faster access to the more frequently used data. The NAND chip on the hybrid drive has the same limitations as any NAND Chip.

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US Data Recovery Provides data recovery for iPhones, Ipads, iPad touch, Android Smartphones and Android tablets. We also provide data recovery for jailbreak phones. We can recover your contacts,photos, call history, messages, calendar, notes, voice mail , voice messages and more from working or dead phones. Attempting to recover data from dead or submerge phones can cause permanent loss to your data. Continued use of your phone can cause permanent loss or damage to your deleted data. Call our Techs (with another phone ) if your are in need of recovering your phones data.We recovery data from from iPhone 6 Plus/6//5S/5C/5/4S/4/3GS/3G, all iPads and iPod touch 5/4.



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US Data Recovery provides Macintosh Apple data recovery for Corporate, Business and Home User clients. Our Mac Apple Data Recovery includes recovery of data from failed Macintosh raid arrays, Macintosh servers, Macintosh hard drives, Macintosh external drives, NAS DAS San devices and flash drives. We provide Data recovery for all the following Mac Apple products: iMac. MacBook, MacBook Pro, MackBook Air, Mac Mini, iPad , iPhone and G Technology external drives.

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Us Data Recovery provides raid array data recovery for Montreal, Canada% Corporate, Business and Home User clients. Montreal raid Data Recovery includes recovery of data from failed raid arrays, NAS DAS San servers in any raid configuration.

 

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