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We understand that losing data from any RAID system can be catastrophic and needs immediate attention. Therefore, a RAID data recovery specialist will be ready right away.


Do not beat yourself up! Regardless of you disaster recovery plan or on-point RAID maintenance, data loss can happen. Even if you have a 2 drives in a RAID 1 or 25 drives in a RAID 5.


Even though Datalab was founded in 2001, we have been successfully recovering data from RAID arrays since 1988. We have the experience, the know-how and the technology.


We pride ourselves on being a customer oriented company and big believers of fair pricing.  We do not charge any upfront fees and all our customers have no obligation towards the final quote.


What sets Datalab apart?

First of all, we have been working with servers and all types of RAID arrays and failures since 1988.  At Datalab, we speak data recovery and that’s all we do.   Furthermore, when it comes to RAID data recovery, nobody is better than us and the testimonials (bellow) are “real” and provided for satisfied clients who just wanted to express their gratitude.  Our team of RAID engineers is second to none, our knowledge and experience are our biggest assets, and our state-of-the-art equipment and infrastructure are at your disposal.

Why RAID Data Recovery?

RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks/Drives) is a technology that lets your computer system harness multiple hard disk drives in a variety of ways.  There are multiple varieties of RAID configurations, many of which provide a measure of data redundancy.  Even so, the individual drives which make up the array are still mechanical devices and failures can still occur in different ways.  When they do – and they do fail – counting on a RAID data recovery expert surely comes in handy.

It’s almost impossible to function in the modern economy without some level of computer support, and with computers come concerns regarding your data.  RAID data recovery is something you probably won’t even think about until you’re faced with a crisis.  When the need arises, you want to call someone who can do it expertly, discretely, and fast.

Because of our RAID technology experience from the earliest stages of RAID servers to the most recent NAS, SAN and Server configurations, at Datalab we can recover data from any RAID level, any RAID controller and any RAID configuration with any hard drive type, make or model:
RAID Types

  • RAID 0
  • RAID 0 1
  • RAID 1
  • RAID 3
  • RAID 4
  • RAID 5
  • RAID 5E
  • RAID 5EE
  • RAID 6
  • RAID 10
  • RAID 50
  • RAID 51
  • RAID 60

RAID Array hard drive types

  • SAS
  • SCSI
  • Fibre Channel
  • AoE
  • iSCSi
  • eSATA

RAID Data Loss Scenarios

Even though each RAID data recovery is unique in terms of approach considering RAID level, hard drive types and sizes, server make and model, and “failure:, please find bellow the most common causes for RAID data loss:

RAID Hardware Failure

  • Actuator Failure
  • Bad sectors
  • Controller Failure
  • Corrupted RAID Configuration
  • Lightning, Flood and Fire Damage
  • Damaged Motor
  • Drive physical abuse
  • Hard drive component failure
  • Hard drive crashes
  • Hard drive failure
  • Media Damage
  • Multiple drive failure
  • Power Supply Burn out or failure
  • RAID controller failure
  • RAID corruption
  • RAID disk failure
  • RAID disk overheat
  • RAID drive incompatibility
  • RAID Array failed
  • Vibration damage

Human Error

  • Accidentally deleted records
  • Files Deletion
  • Incorrect replacement of media components
  • Lost/Forgotten password
  • Mistaken overwritten database files
  • Overwritten files
  • Overwritten RAID config files
  • Overwritten RAID settings
  • RAID incorrect setup
  • RAID user error
  • Reformatting of drives / Array
  • Reformatting of partitions
  • Sabotage

Software & Application Error

  • Applications unable to run
  • Application unable to load files
  • Back up failures
  • Computer virus and worm
  • Corrupt files / data
  • Damaged files or folders
  • Corrupted database files
  • Deleted tables
  • Directory corruption
  • Firmware corruption Repartition
  • Locked databases
  • Preventing access
  • Server registry configuration
  • Missing partitions
  • RAID configuration
  • Reformatting

When you think that you are on the right Track to recover your RAID and you are informed that it can’t be recovered… Call Datalab, we have recovered RAIDs when others have failed.

Glen Vitale
V.P. of Operations
Steeda Autosports
6 Hard Drives RAID 10

“We were very fortunate to have Datalab. When our Dell Server with 6 hard drives in a RAID 10 configuration crashed and our additional backup failed, we immediately started calling and researching Data Recovery companies. After diligently talking to some big companies, we chose Datalab not only due to pricing, but because of the peace of mind and confidence we had after talking to one of their RAID Engineers. Datalab was able to recover our critical data, including our custom Oracle Database. Steeda Autosports, highly recommends Datalab!€”

Rickey Huntley
Network Manager
City of Deerfield Beach, FL
5 Hard Drives RAID 5

“The City of Deerfield Beach, Florida experienced a “mission critical” data recovery situation when two drives failed in our six-drive RAID 5 main server. Data on this server is critical for the city to continue to run. We searched the Internet for a company that could perform a “Priority RUSH” RAID data recovery cost effectively. We found that Datalab was the perfect choice. They received the Server on Friday and put three engineers to work over the weekend and by Monday; we were able to have a full data recovery returned to us. Their pricing was approx. 60% of other companies contacted and the service was impeccable. We would wholeheartedly recommend Datalab for any and all your data recovery requirements.€”