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Server and RAID Data Recovery

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Server and RAID Data Recovery

Professional data recovery from crashed, broken, noisy, clicking, corrupt, formatted, deleted, re-loaded, burnt, fire damaged, power and lightning surge damaged, water damaged, virus damaged Windows 2000, Windows 2003 & Windows 2008, Linux, Apple Mac server, Unix and Netware server drives and RAID volumes irrespective of the condition of the media and/or potential data loss situation.

Data Recovery From All Server Failure Situations, Symptoms and Error Messages, Including:

Multiple server and/or RAID drive failure.
RAID controller failure or failed controller no longer available.
Failed RAID controller firmware upgrades.
RAID device not ready.
Un-mountable volume i.e. after a power failure or where more than one drive failed in a RAID set.
Primary hard disk failure.
Server device not ready.
Inaccessible boot device.
Unable to access drive "X".
Device not ready, reading drive "X".
NTLDR is missing.
Operating system not found / missing operating system.
The BIOS recognizes the drive but with garbage parameters.
The BIOS recognizes the drive but the data is inaccessible.
Improper drive or media replacement.
Fire/Water Damage.
The drive reports bad sectors.
Corrupt data.
Formatted, Fdisked, partially re-loaded hard disk drives.
Server or RAID device won't boot.
Corrupted parity/data drive.
Accidental/Intentional deleted partition.
Incomplete and/or partial server rebuilds.
Grinding or clacking noises, normally associated with electro-mechanical failure.
The drive no longer recognized by the BIOS after rebooting, despite the platters spinning.

Data Recovery From All Server and RAID Configurations, Including:

All typers of hardware and software server and RAID drive configurations
RAID array levels - RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 5e, RAID 10, RAID 53 ,SAN, NAS
NAS and SAN devices
Windows NT4 server, Windows 2000 server, Windows 2003 server, Windows 2008 server, Windows 2012 server and MS SQL file server
SCSI hard disks drives
SSD (Solid State), IDE, PATA, SATA, SAS server hard disk drives
Striped, Spanned, Simple, Mirrored, JBod volumes and array sets
Virtual machines and virtual volumes
File, Application, Mail, and Web Server
Fiber Channel
Basic disk & dynamic disk configurations

Data Recovery From All Partition, File Type And File Systems, Including:

FAT 16 (NT), FAT 32 (XP/2000/ME/98), NT 3, 4, 2000, 2003, NTFS, NTFS 5 etc.
Novell Netware (NSS/UFS/NWFS)
UNIX SCO OpenServer and Xenix
Apple Macintosh (MFS/HFS/HFS+)
MS Exchange server
SQL server

Our professional server recovery technicians are here to help, please do not hessitate to contact us for further assistance.

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