NAS & SAN SERVER DATA RECOVERY
NAS or SAN server is not working properly?
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We are leaders in NAS and SAN unit/server data recovery.
Bring or send your NAS or SAN hard drives to us and we will help you get your databack.
We provide the fastest and finest data recovery service in Adelaide and South Australia.
When you notice loss of your data or become aware of a failure or irregular
operation of your data storage device, you need to know the following:
What TO DO and NOT TO DO to improve the chances of your data being recovered successfully.
Once you pass through these recommendations, you are ready to start with recovery of your data (for more details, see the page Data Recovery Process
We recover data from any interface, model, brand or operating system, from any situation and any type of failure.
Our experienced engineers, sophisticated equipment, and tested and proven procedures will ensure the best chance for successful data recovery from your NAS or SAN unit.
The majority of NAS (Network Attached Storage) units are connected to a network through a network cable and are configured using a web interface or a dedicated application.
NAS units can be used with Windows or Mac OS systems and inside the box is usually an on-board PC running Linux or a proprietary based operating system.
A multi disk NAS unit generally uses a regular RAID configuration (RAID 0, RAID 1 or RAID 5) in its operation, depending on user selection or manufacturer’s setup.
There are four general categories for NAS failure, as follows:
- Hardware RAID Failure
- Human Error
- Software RAID Failure
- Application Failure
- Corrupt RAID configuration
- Array controller failure
- Corrupted partition & invalid volumes
- Registry configuration lost
We are specialists in recovery from RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 6 and RAID 10 hard drive configuration (i.e. RAID array, RAID level) and all RAID, Volume Set, NAS and SAN data storage devices and servers.
Often the initial signs of disk failure are being unnoticed in NAS devices as the unit usually is stored out of sight both in the home or office environment. As a result, the warning LEDs which indicate the initial failure in most cases are not noticed.
As NAS is usually considered and marketed as failure-safe (particularly if configured in a fault tolerant RAID configuration) you are not likely to have a backup.
Whether you encounter hard drive failure, hardware malfunction, or a software issue with your NAS, we have tools, experience and expertise to recover your data.
Data Revival provides data recovery options for all types of NAS appliances. We are leaders in professional data recovery and we treat mechanical, electronic, and logical failures quickly and efficiently.
Our experienced engineers are trained to deal successfully with virtually all failure scenarios and hardware configurations.
Similar to NAS, every Storage Area Network (SAN) ultimately depends on physical media, and machines eventually break down. When multiple disks in your SAN fail simultaneously, you can lose access to databases, email servers, or any other files that your business depends on.
Despite multiple levels of redundancy and backup systems, SANs can fail, losing essential data in the process. Common SAN failures result from a variety of faults, including: Simultaneous Drive Crashes; Physical Damage; Hardware and Software Corruption.
When your SAN fails, contact us and experts at Data Revival will help you.
You can rely on our specialists to recover the data from your SAN reliably, and our prompt service will give you the confidence you need to develop an effective disaster recovery plan.