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RAID 10 | 1+0 Data Recovery & Repair Specialist

RAID 10 Data Recovery from Dell | Compaq | IBM | Lacie | HP | Iomega | G-RAID | Seagate | Buffalo | Western Digital | Maxtor | Apple / Mac | Not Recognized & Failed Servers

Our experienced and highly trained RAID engineers recover data from failed, crashed and broken RAID 10 servers and NAS devices in our ISO 5 class 100 clean room every day. When you can't afford to lose your RAID 10 data, File Savers is the answer. We offer...

Fastest Service: 24/7 Emergency Service available.

Beyond Certified Engineers: Who are able to recover data from extremely complicated hard drive and RAID failures that most can't.

Trusted & Secure: HIPPA & PCI compliant to meet financial and patient confidentiality requirements.

 ISO 5 Class 100 clean room: To ensure dust and debris will not enter your drive during the recovery process.

Custom tools and techniques: have been developed for all RAID 10 devices.

Highest Recovery Percentages in the industry for RAID 10 failures.

 Experienced Engineers: Have recovered data from hundreds of RAID 10 systems.

No Data No Charge: guaranteed recovery of your files or there's no charge.



RAID 10 Configuration

How Can a RAID 10 Server Fail?

RAID 10 Servers fail in a variety of ways. These are the most common RAID 10 failures we see.

RAID 10 Controller or Other Component Failures can take place at anytime leaving you scrambling to recover your files. When a RAID 10 controller, motherboard, power supply, RAM or back-plane fails, it can result in a lost RAID configuration, false positive drive failures and more. RAID 10 controller or server component failures can be caused by electrical surges, overheating or age. If you believe your RAID 10 controller has failed, its vital that you power down your server and stop attempting recovery yourself.

Multiple Hard Drive Failures of RAID 10 servers do not happen very often but when they do, we can quickly evaluate and recover your files. RAID 10 can sustain a maximum of one hard drive per set to fail consecutively without loss of data. If two drives fail from the same set consecutively, all access to your RAID 10 data will be lost and you will need our professional RAID recovery services.

 

What to Do When Your RAID 10 Fails:

If your RAID 10 fails and you lose access to your files, we highly recommend that you turn your machine off and do not continue any recovery, restore or rebuild attempts yourself. It is extremely common for companies to put pressure on their IT guy to restore their data quickly. This is where we see data lost, companies go out of business and IT guys fired. We see cases every month where certified IT guys destroy any chance of recovery because they attempted to recover, rebuild or restore their RAID 10 data themselves. We don't want to see that happen to you.

Because of the complexity of the way data is striped across the array and the variety of different RAID 10 configurations that exist, its critical that the RAID 10 data recovery is completed by one of File Savers experienced and specialized RAID engineers.

 

Why Choose File Savers for your RAID 10 Data Recovery?

Our experienced RAID engineers have recovered RAID 10 servers and NAS devices from virtually every type of failure including fire and flood. If your RAID 10 can be recovered, we will recover it. We use the most advanced equipment, techniques and tools to assists in our RAID 10 recovery efforts so we can make sure we get your data back as quickly as possible. We specialize in RAID 10 data recovery from all types of media storage brands and devices, file systems, operating systems and failures types. We also specialize in recovering all data types no matter how proprietary. When you simply can't afford to lose your data, File Savers is the solution.

 

Data Recovery for RAID 10 Failures:

Physical Failure

User Error

Logical Failure

Multiple drive failure
RAID controller card
Physical RAID failure
Ram failure
Failed motherboard
Failed backplane
Electrical failure
Drives off line
Bad Sectors
Natural disasters
Physical drive failure

Deleted data
Reformatted array or drives
Incorrect replacement of drives
Accidental initialization

Virus, trojan or worm
Directory structure damage
Damaged files and folders
Registry configuration
RAID configuration problem
OS corruption

 

RAID 10 | Types of Operating Systems Supported:

All Windows OS
Windows 95
Windows 98
Windows 2000
Windows XP
Windows Vista
Windows 2000 Server
Windows 2003 Server
Windows 2008 server
Windows 2008 Server R2

VMware


All Linux NAS Devices

All Mac 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

Novell
Novell NetWare
Novell Open Enterprise

All Linux OS
Linux Red Hat
Linux Ubuntu
Linux Debian
Linux CentOS
Linux Fedora
Arch Linux
Linux Suse


All UNIX OS
SCO & Open Server
Sun Solaris
AIX5
BSD/OS
IRIX
Tru64 UNIX
Free BSD
Open BSD

 

RAID 10 | Types of Operating Systems Supported:

All Windows OS
Windows 95
Windows 98
Windows 2000
Windows XP
Windows Vista
Windows 2000 Server
Windows 2003 Server
Windows 2008 server
Windows 2008 Server R2

VMware


All Linux NAS Devices

All Mac 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

Novell
Novell NetWare
Novell Open Enterprise

All Linux OS
Linux Red Hat
Linux Ubuntu
Linux Debian
Linux CentOS
Linux Fedora
Arch Linux
Linux Suse


All UNIX OS
SCO & Open Server
Sun Solaris
AIX5
BSD/OS
IRIX
Tru64 UNIX
Free BSD
Open BSD

 

Manufacture approved to recover your data from all RAID Server brands without voiding your warranty

Apple RAID server data recovery manufacture approved HP RAID server data recovery manufacture approved Dell RAID server data recovery manufacture approved

Acer RAID server data recovery manufacture approved Gateway RAID server data recovery manufacture approved Compaq RAID server data recovery manufacture approved

Sony RAID server data recovery manufacture approved

Buffalo RAID and NAS data recovery manufacture approved IBM RAID data recovery manufacture approved IBM RAID server data recovery manufacture approved Seagate NAS and RAID data recovery manufacture approved Western Digital RAID and NAS data recovery manufacture approved DROBO NAS and RAID data recovery manufacture approved EMC RAID data recovery manufacture approved G-RAID NAS and USB RAID data recovery manufacure approved Iomega NAS and RAID data recovery manufacture approved Active Storage RAID and NAS data recovery manufacture approved Maxtor RAID data recovery manufacture approved Netgear NAS and RAID data recovery manufacture approved OWC RAID data recovery manufacture approved Quantum RAID data recovery manufacture approved Microsoft RAID data recovery manufacture approved Synology RAID and NAS data recovery manufacture approved Promise RAID and NAS data recovery manufacture approved QNAP RAID and NAS data recovery manufacture approved

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About RAID 10 (1+0)


RAID 10 is often used in business level servers where important data is stored and redundancy is imperative. RAID 10 offers extra redundancy by using a minimum of four hard drives that mirror each other in sets of two. Each set uses block level striping to stripe the data between the two mirrored sets to double the total data storage capacity.

This level of redundancy is designed to allow for up to one hard drive failure from each mirrored set. If two hard drives fail out of one nested set, your array will drop off line and you will no longer have access to your data. At this point, you will need a specialized data recovery firm qualified to deal with the situation quickly.

File Savers successfully recovers data from RAID 10 arrays on a regular basis and we understand how to recover your files without causing further problems.