RAID/NAS Server Data
Recovery Service

If you’re experiencing a RAID system failure and need immediate assistance in recovering your data, look no further than Data Rescue MDs. We are the go-to professional for RAID Data Recovery Services, with a team of skilled engineers who can handle various RAID storage failures, including hardware failures, such as hardware failures beyond the array’s built-in redundancy, corruption, and misconfigurations. Contact us today to start your Raid Data Recovery!

RAID System


When faced with a failed RAID system, Data Rescue MDs is dedicated to providing comprehensive RAID data recovery solutions tailored to your specific needs. We understand the complexities of RAID systems, whether it’s RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, or any other configuration, our engineers employ advanced techniques and cutting-edge technology to salvage your critical data. With our commitment to excellence, Data Rescue MDs strives to exceed your expectations and ensure a successful recovery of your RAID data.

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    If you cannot drop off your device, we can email you a pre-paid shipping label with packaging instructions.

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    After we receive your device, our data recovery specialists begin the evaluation of your damaged device, free of charge.

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    In the unlikely event your data is not recoverable, all fees are waived, including return shipping. Check out our process.


All RAID systems are subject to data loss due to hardware failures that exceed the array’s built-in redundancy. Corruption can also occur and misconfiguration issues are relatively common. When experiencing a RAID system failure, stop immediately, shut down the system, and call Data Rescue MDs to ensure the highest probability of recovering your critical data. We also offer emergency services when you need your data fast!



RAID Array

RAID storage configurations consist of two or more disks that enhance storage capacity and provide redundancy, ensuring storage resilience in the face of a single drive failure within the storage array. With the exception of RAID-0, data is redundantly distributed across 2 or more drives, (RAID 1, RAID 2, RAID 3, RAID 4, RAID 5, RAID 6, RAID 10), adding fault tolerance to withstand one or more disk failures. Many individuals and businesses are drawn to this technology considering it the most secure approach to safeguard their critical data files.

Despite the benefits of RAID storage configurations, data loss remains a concern. The method of data distribution across disks and the electro-mechanical nature of HDDs and SSDs renders them susceptible to failure making the RAID storage array inaccessible.


RAID failure can be attributed to several common causes each capable of disrupting data integrity and system functionality. One prevalent reason is the failure of one or more hard drives or solid-state drives or RAID controller malfunction, where the RAID controller responsible for managing data across multiple disks experiences hardware or firmware issues, leading to data access problems and potential data loss. Power surges can wreak havoc on RAID systems, damaging the controller and disks, and causing significant data loss.

Malware infections present a considerable threat, as malicious software can corrupt data, compromise RAID configurations, and disrupt overall system performance. Furthermore, accidental or intentional data deletion poses a significant risk to RAID arrays. Mistakenly deleting vital data or critical system files can lead to data loss and jeopardize the RAID’s functionality. Multiple disk failures are another substantial cause of RAID failure, especially in configurations lacking sufficient redundancy. When several disks fail simultaneously or in quick succession, the RAID becomes vulnerable to data loss and operational disruptions.

If a RAID storage system ever fails to be accessible, AVOID attempts to rebuild the array as this can and has destroyed critical RAID metadata necessary for the recovery of critical client data. Installing a wrong replacement drive can create compatibility issues within the RAID array, leading to performance problems and potential multiple disk failures. Application upgrades and errors in system settings or registry entries can also cause issues, such as destabilizing the RAID systems and again destroying critical RAID metadata. Incompatibilities between new applications and existing configurations, or incorrect system settings can lead to unintended consequences, resulting in data loss and RAID failure.

To safeguard against these issues, regular backups, effective surge protection, robust malware defenses, and cautious hardware and software management practices are vital for ensuring the stability and reliability of RAID systems.


Our RAID Data Recovery Process is a comprehensive and systematic approach designed to retrieve valuable data from RAID arrays that have experienced failure or data loss. Our team of expert data recovery specialists follows a proven methodology to maximize the probability of successful recovery while minimizing downtime. Here’s an overview of our RAID data recovery process:

The first step involves a thorough evaluation of the RAID array to determine the extent of the failure and identify the potential causes of data loss. Our experts carefully examine the RAID individual disk health and RAID metadata to confirm the RAID structure and identify any physical or logical issues.

Based on the evaluation, our team devises a detailed data recovery plan tailored to the specific RAID configuration and failure scenario. We determine the appropriate recovery process needed to address the issues and retrieve the lost data effectively.

To preserve the integrity of the original RAID array, we create a sector-by-sector image of each disk using advanced imaging tools. This process ensures that we have a secure copy of the data, preventing further damage to the disks during the recovery process. Using specialized tools and techniques, we begin the data recovery process, reconstructing the RAID volume to extract the critical client data from the imaged disks.

Once the data recovery process is complete, we carefully verify the integrity and consistency of the recovered data to ensure its accuracy and completeness.

To ensure the recovered data is error-free, we perform comprehensive data integrity checks. Our experts meticulously examine the recovered files and folders, cross-referencing them with their original locations in the RAID configuration.

We create an archive of the recovered client data on our secure storage system and then extract that to one or more transfer devices to return the recovered data set to our client. We take every precaution to maintain confidentiality and data security throughout the entire process.

Our RAID data recovery process is driven by cutting-edge technology and expertise, enabling us to handle a wide range of RAID configurations, including RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 10, RAID 3, RAID 5, RAID 6, Drobo Beyond RAID, and more. We pride ourselves on our high success rate and our commitment to providing our clients with the best possible outcome for their RAID data recovery needs.


NAS (Network-Attached Storage) systems are dedicated storage devices or servers connected to a network that provide centralized storage and file-sharing capabilities to multiple users and devices. These systems are designed to facilitate data storage, retrieval, and management across a local area network (LAN) or a wide area network (WAN). NAS systems are commonly used in both home and business environments to address various storage needs.

Key features and characteristics of NAS systems include:

Network Connectivity: NAS systems are connected to the network via Ethernet or Wi-Fi, allowing users to access data and files from multiple devices such as computers, laptops, smartphones, and tablets.

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    NAS devices offer file-sharing capabilities, enabling authorized users to collaborate and access shared data from any connected device.

  • Data-Redundancy


    Many NAS systems support RAID configurations, providing data redundancy to protect against data loss in case of disk failures. RAID levels like RAID 1, RAID 5, and RAID 6 are commonly used for data protection in NAS devices.

  • User-Management


    NAS systems often have user management features, allowing administrators to control access to files and folders based on user permissions and privileges.

  • Scalability


    NAS systems are typically designed with the ability to expand storage capacity by adding more hard drives or upgrading existing ones.

  • Data-Backup


    Many NAS devices offer built-in backup and synchronization features, allowing users to automatically back up important data and synchronize files between the NAS and other devices.

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    Some NAS systems support media streaming capabilities, enabling users to stream audio, video, and multimedia content to compatible devices like smart TVs or media players.

  • Remote-Access


    NAS systems may offer remote access functionality, allowing users to access their data from outside the local network via secure internet connections.

  • Data-Protection


    Many NAS devices come with features like data encryption and access control mechanisms to enhance data security.

  • Easy-Setup


    NAS systems are designed to be user-friendly, with simple setup procedures and intuitive management interfaces.

Recover Your Data Today

When you need data recovered from your RAID storage device, choose the trusted experts at Data Rescue MDs to get reunited with your data! Call (847) 461-3282
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I am a photographer with a large network of other photographers and have recommended Data Rescue MDs for years. Not until this year, did I need to use their services for a crashed RAID system. Data Rescue MDs was able to recover the data; turnaround time was exceptional, communication was quick and professional. I will continue to recommend them to others who make the mistake of keeping only one copy of their data or presuming the RAID server can’t fail!

Jen C.

Another successful data recovery for Data Rescue MDs! As an IT consultant I have depended on Data Rescue for several years, always with great success. Clients’ data has always been recovered quickly, and economically. They are easy to work with during the stressful times!

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