More and more homes as well as small businesses are relying on NAS (Network Attached Storage) all their files, including photos, movies and music.
An NAS device is much simpler to use than a traditional file server, making them more accessible to individuals who are not particularly tech-savvy. However, this also means that, if something should go wrong with your NAS, you may not be equipped to perform data recovery on your own.
NAS Data Recovery Steps
NAS data recovery requires first dis-assembling your NAS device, and removing the internal drives. If your NAS device requires only logical recovery, you could connect the internal hard drives from your NAS directly to your PC via available IDE or SATA ports. From here, you could run do-it-yourself data recovery software to attempt to diagnose and fix the problem.
Rather Not Perform NAS Recovery Yourself?
If the thought of even opening your NAS scares you, it's best to stop at the first signs of NAS device failure and call a data recovery specialist.
There are no guarantees with do-it-yourself NAS recovery software. Additionally, if the hard disk drives within your NAS require physical data recovery, this must be performed in a clean room environment by trained and certified data recovery experts.
How Much Is Your Family's Data Worth?
Centralized storage through an NAS device is a handy, cost-effective way to keep all your family member's important files in one location for easy access. But if something happens to your NAS device, you could face catastrophic data loss of:
- family photos
- family videos
- term papers and other important school and work documents
- expensive music and movie collections
Fast, Affordable Solutions for NAS Data Recovery
24 Hour Data promises fast, affordable data recovery solutions for both businesses and individuals. When you consider the value of all your family's files, you can't afford NOT to have a data recovery service you can trust in the event of NAS failure.
Best of all, we offer a rock-solid data recovery guarantee -- you won't find that with do-it-yourself data recovery solutions.