RAID Recovery

RAID Data Recovery service, HP RAID Data Recovery, IBM RAID Data Recovery, Dell RAID Recovery


With years of experience in the data recovery field and qualified technicians working around the clock, 24 Hour Data has the technical expertise to handle complex RAID recoveries. The process becomes much more complicated when dealing with a failed hard drive which is part of a RAID array, and this is why it is important for professional, experienced specialists to handle the recovery.

  • RAID Drive Failure
  • RAID Controller Failure
  • RAID Array Corrupted
  • RAID Configuration Lost
  • RAID Degradation

Free Quote

At 24 Hour Data we always give a full evaluation and free quote to all of our clients.  You’ll know exactly how much data is recoverable and how long the process will take before making the decision to proceed.

RAID Data Recovery 

Important RAID Data Recovery Information

  • Do not try to rebuild or reinitialize your RAID
  • Do not run FSCK on your RAID
  • Do not run CHKDSK on your RAID
  • Leave RAID Data Recovery to the Experts

Superior Recovery Process

Our RAID Data Recovery process involves state of the art resources and proprietary technology which allows 24 Hour Data to reconstruct and recover data from all types of RAID arrays.  Our recovery rate on complicated RAID 0 arrays, and all other RAID types is above industry standard and affordable prices.

RAID Array Data Recovery Capabilities

  • RAID 0,1,5,10,50 and all other types
  • All RAID controller types
  • All RAID controller manufacturers
  • All Network Attached Storage (NAS) Devices

Common Raid Levels

Raid 0 Data Recovery
RAID 0: Striping With No Redundancy

RAID 0 stripes data across multiple drives. RAID 0 is the least secure RAID level since one drive failing will bring down the array. The data is split up in blocks that get written across all the drives in the array. By using multiple disks (at least 2) at the same time, RAID 0 offers superior I/O performance. This performance can be enhanced further by using multiple controllers, ideally one controller per disk.

Raid 1 Data Recovery
RAID 1: Mirroring

RAID 1 is the most secure RAID system. Data is mirrored to multiple drives. In the case of a single drive failing you have mirrored data on the second drive. You need at least 2 disks for a RAID 1 array. 24 Hour Data recommends RAID 1 for all 2 drive RAIDs.

Raid 5 Data Recovery
RAID 5: Striping With Parity For Redundancy

RAID 5 is the most used level of RAID. RAID 5 uses larger data chunks. Instead of a dedicated parity disk, parity information is spread across all the drives. You need at least 3 disks for a RAID 5 array. A RAID 5 array can withstand a single disk failure without losing data or access to data. Although RAID 5 can be achieved in software, a hardware controller is recommended. Often extra cache memory is used on these controllers to improve the write performance.

24 Hour Data recovers all RAID systems & Cards including:


  • Compaq - All ProLiant Series
  • Dell  - All PowerEdge Series
  • IBM - IBM XSeries
  • HP - ProLiant (CPQ), HP Integrity, HP NetServers
  • Apple - XServes, XSAN, Apple RAID
  • Gateway Servers
  • EMC
  • NetApp - Network Appliance Filers
  • Quantum Snap Servers
  • LaCie Portable RAIDs
  • Buffalo NAS/RAID Server
  • Sun Microsystems - All Servers & RAIDs
  • All Intel and AMD, I386 and RISC servers & RAIDs


  • Perc
  • LSI
  • Promise
  • Adaptec
  • Apple
  • 3Ware
  • Supermicro
  • Areca
  • CalDigit