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Sierra Vista Arizona Raid Data Reconstruction Recovery

Raid Array Data Recovery for Sierra Vista



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US Data Recovery provides Sierra Vista, Arizona Raid Array Data Recovery Services for Home users, Business users,  Corporations, Government entities, Military and Educational institution clients.  Sierra Vista Raid Array Data Recovery includes recovery of SAS, SATA, IDE, SCSI , NL-SAS raid arrays, any raid configuration used in laptops, desktops, workstations, Servers, NAS, DAS and SAN servers. We provide Sierra Vista data recovery and data reconstruction of all software and hardware raid arrays including: 

Standard Raid Levels

Raid 0, Raid 1, Raid 2, Raid 3, Raid 4, Raid 5, Raid 6

Modified Standard Raid Levels - Nested Raid Levels

Raid 0 + 1 (raid 01), Raid  1 + 0 (raid 10), Raid 3 + 0 (raid 30 or raid 53), Raid 0 +3 (raid 03), Raid 1 +0 + 0 (raid100), Raid 5+ 0 (raid 50), Raid 5 + 1 (raid 51), Raid 0 + 5 (raid 05), raid 6 + 0 (raid 60)

Non Standard Raid Levels

Double Parity, Raid 5e, Raid 5ee, Raid 6e, Raid-DP, Raid1.5, Parity Raid, Matrix Raid, Raid K, Raid S, Raid Z, Beyond Raid, unRaid, Linux MD 10, IBM ServeRaid 1E, ineo Complex Raid, Raidn,

Non Raid Drive Architectures


 Our technicians have a combined 57 years experience in data recovery, raid hard drive data recovery, raid array data reconstruction,  raid controllers, Raid server installation and maintenance.

Free Inspection and Examinationof all Sierra Vista raid arrays

No Recovery – No Fee

Flat Rate Pricing

No up charge for Weekend, Evening or Holiday Service

 All Internal inspections and repairs of hard drives are conducted in a Class 100 Clean Room Environment.

Sierra Vista Raid DATA RECOVERY Process starts immediately upon receipt of your drives.We work non stop until the data is recovered.

Most data recovery cases are completed in 24-36 hours of receipt of the drives. This includes Raid Array data recovery cases.

    Phoenix, Tempe, Mesa, Gilbert, Indian Wells, Chandler, Yuma, Egan, Fountain Hills, Apache Junction, Avondale, Tucson, Glendale, Peoria, Scottsdale, Buckeye, West Phoenix, South Tucson, North Scottsdale, Bullhead City, Brenda, Casa Grande, Chino Valley, Cottonwood, El Mirage, Florence, Kingman, Valentine, Lake Havasu City, Maricopa, Sierra Vista, Surprise, Jerome, Arizona

  Raid Array configuration RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) is the combining of two or more hard drive working in unison to gain greater levels of performance, redundant reliability, and or to create a larger hard drive volume sizes. In the past this type of configuration was generally used only by large companies. Today, many Sierra Vista small business and home users are finding an ever increasing need for servers and mass external storage devices to store there ever expanding data needs. When multiple raid configured hard drive arrays fail, special software and hardware is needed to successfully recover your data.

Raid arrays are configured in raid levels based on the performance and redundancy that is required for the application. Raid levels vary from hardware arrays and software arrays Raid Levels consist of Standard, Non Standard Raid levels.

Raid Data Reconstruction Recovery from hard drives configured in

Standard Raid Levels

Raid 0, Raid 1, Raid 2, Raid 3, Raid 4, Raid 5, Raid 6

Modified Standard Raid Levels - Nested Raid Levels

Raid 0 + 1 (raid 01), Raid 1 + 0 (raid 10), Raid 3 + 0 (raid 30 or raid 53), Raid 0 +3 (raid 03), Raid 1 +0 + 0 (raid100), Raid 5+ 0 (raid 50), Raid 5 + 1 (raid 51), Raid 0 + 5 (raid 05), raid 6 + 0 (raid 60)

Non Standard Raid Levels

Double Parity, Raid 5e, Raid 5ee, Raid 6e, Raid-DP, Raid1.5, Parity Raid, Matrix Raid, Raid K, Raid S, Raid Z, Beyond Raid, unRaid, Linux MD 10, IBM ServeRaid 1E, ineo Complex Raid, Raidn,

Non Raid Drive Architectures


We provide raid array data recovery for any raid array utilizing the following formats and file systems:

HFS+, HFSX and HFS Wrapper nix, HP UNIX, FAT16, FAT32, VFAT, NTFS and NTFS5, UFS (all variants), VxFS, HTFS,EAFS, ZIP, Ext2, Ext3 and Reiser FS, XFS, JFS, ZFS

We provide Sierra Vista, Illinois clients data recovery of any raid array using the following SATA, SAS, IDE or SCSI raid controlers:

3ware Controllers, HP Controllers, IBM Controllers, Adaptec Controllers, NVIDIA controllers, Promise Technology controllers, Acer Controllers, Highpoint controllers, LSI Controllers, Intel Raid Controllers, Sans Controllers, Perc 4, Perc 5, Perc 6, Pec 2, Perc 3 Controllers and any other make raid controller.

We provide SATA, IDE, SAS and IDE raid hard drive data recovery for the following Hdd manufactures: Seagate, Maxtor, Samsung, Western Digital, HGST, Hitachi, Fujitsu, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Sun, NetApp, LSI and more

We provide Sierra Vista, Illinois clients raid data recovery of any raid array using the following operating systems:


Red Hat, Suse, Caldera, SCO, Debian, Mandrake, Sorcerer, Turbo Linux, Slackware, Gentoo, Apache, Apache OpenOffice, Ubuntu, Fedora, Centos, Arch Linux, Oracle, Zentyal , Open-E, Windows Vista / XP / 2003 / 2000, Windows 7, Windows 8,  Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2010, Windows server 2012, Windows SBS Server, Windows SBS 2003, Windows SBS 2008, Windows SBS 2010, Windows SBS 2012, Windows NT, Windows Exchange Server,   Mac OS, Mac OS X, Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard, Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard, Mac OS X v10.4 Tiger, Mac OS X v10.3 Panther, Mac OS X v10.2 Jaguar, Mac OS 9 , Mac Mavericks and earlier MacIntosh and Apple operating systems, SCO Openserver (HTFS & EAFS), SCO Unixware (VxFS & UFS), Solaris Intel (UFS) ,Solaris Sparc (UFS),BSD (UFS1 & UFS2) .HP UNIX (JFS 3.0,3.1,3.3) Open-E or any other proprietary OS.,


  What to do if your Raid Array is failing or Failed:

Raid array failure for most Sierra Vista, Arizona Corporate users is generally a minor several hour inconvenience as they are more likely to have a disaster plan in place to deal with raid array failures. Large corporations generally have the resources to have multiple servers so that ALL their data is not concentrated on one server. They will usually have multiple up to data backups and possibly a backup server ready to go on line.

Having a raid array failure or  a single drive failure is a disaster for most Sierra Vista home users and small to medium size business users. Panic sets in as you see your entire digital life gone or your entire business shut down. What you do next can determine if this disaster turns into a Major Disaster or a Catastrophic Disaster. 

Remove the server array from the network and Shut the system down. This includes an active array with just a single drive failure.  Do not attempt to rebuild the array unless you have a good backup copy of all your data including the most recent files. Remove all of the drives from the array.  Build a new array with new drives and start rebuilding your array from your data backup, even if the backup is old and out of date. If your raid array needs to be recovered you will already have the server and your company up and running. Once the recovered data is back you will simply be updating the array.   Even if you have a complete and sound backup of the array, rebuilding using the remaining good drives may result in corrupted data, lost files or failure of other drives in the array. With most businesses, getting the company back up and running and recovering all the data is most important. Buy following the previous steps you have the server up an running in the quickest amount of time and your have the failed array secured so no other damage or data loss can occur. 

 I know this goes against what most older IT administrations and Techs were taught.  We have a combine 57 years experience building, recovery, maintaining and implementing raid arrays on servers, NAS devices, SAN Servers and DAS Servers.  This is not how we were taught when it came to recovering a failed raid. Back when, we were limited to the software and hardware that was available to use for bad drives, like CheckDisk, Fsck, Spinrite, all of which are destructive programs. Destructive because they re write data on the hard drive attempting to correct errors in the MTF or Journaling systems or moving data from a bad sector to a good sector sector.  With an active failed raid array, with no backup, copying the data or cherry picking the data was the only choice then attempt to add a new drive for the failing array and attempt to rebuild the array for several hours or days. How many arrays have you spent hours on a rebuild, only to have another drive go and the array fail?

 Why Not copy the active data from a failing raid array or replace a failed drive and rebuild? The main reason is that when the array was first constructed at the factory or by an IT department, all the drives used in the array were the same make and model drive.  All the drives were most likely purchased at the same time from the same location and most probably were all manufactured at the same time and are from the same lot.  If one drive from the same lot fails, there is a very high probability that other drives will shortly fail with the same problem. At this point why the drive failed is not of concern.  Your only concern at the moment is to protect the integrity of the data on the drives. If you start a rebuild and another drive fails you may corrupt or loose data on the array. The only safe coarse of action is to remove all the drives from the array and have each forensically imaged with forensic hardware and software designed for data recovery and having the ability to deal with bad sectors.

Bad sector failure is the second major concern when attempting to rebuild a failing array. Greater density has been gain on the hard drives by the compression of tracks and sectors to produce greater capacity on the same size platers of 20 years ago. Failing sectors are now more critical then in years past, especially when dealing with multiple drives in a raid array.

Recovering and reconstructing data from a failed raid array:

  As with our individual hard drive data recovery, we follow a prescribe methodology for raid array recoveries from Raid Servers, San Servers, NAS Servers, SAN and DAS Servers, Internal and external raid arrays.

1. All mountable drives from the array are Forensically Imaged for data recovery to one of our Enterprise SATA hard drives  Our Advanced Forensic Imaging devices have two advantages over other imaging software and hardware.  Our Imaging hardware have the fastest data transfer rates available.  Our Forensic hardware and software is designed for data recovery and has the ability of reading multiple bad sectors and recovering those sectors to the recovery drive.  This leads to a greater data recovery success rate when dealing with bad sector issues .

2. All non mountable drives are examined to determine the best method of rendering the drive mountable for imaging. Logical repairs are handled with our hard drive manufacture specific hard ware and software.  All internal examinations or internal repair of the hard drive is conducted in our Class 100 Clean Room Environment. Once the drive is mountable it is forensically imaged to one of our enterprise SATA hard drives,

3. The Imaged drives are than mounted on one of our Raid Recovery workstations, where our engineers will determine the parameters of the raid array, reconstruct and DE-strip the array, at which time the data is recovered to another drive. The recovered data is then copied over to the clients drive for return.

Although we do not promote the use of large volume raid arrays, we will recovery any raid array, no matter the size the drives nor the number of drives used in the array. If you are contemplating constructing a large volume array call and talk to one of our engineers to learn the inherent problems and failure rates of large volume raid arrays.   Our goal is the complete recovery your data without causing more loss or corruption to the failed drives. We therefore DO NOT  perform data recovery over the Internet nor over a Network.  We WILL NOT perform data recovery from a source drive, active Server, Workstation or NAS Device.  All of these methods present a high risk of data loss or data corruption.    

 Advanced Raid Server Data recovery for any Enterprise servers including the following model: Macintosh X Server, HP ProLiant, HP Integrity Superdome, HP AlphaServer DS25, HP AlphaServer DS15A, Sun Netra, Sun SPARC Enterprise, IBM x86 enterprise servers, Dell™ PowerEdge™ T110, Xenos Enterprise Server, Raid Inc Xanadu™, Silicon Mechanics Storform nServ, Silicon Mechanics Rackform iServ, Intel® Storage Server.   For More Information on our  Server data recovery click on the  Server button      

We provide Raid Server Data Recovery for all NAS, SAN and DAS Server makes and models.  I addition to Raid Array data recovery for Raid Servers, we also provide SATA,  SAS,  NL-SAS, SCSI, IDE RAID DATA RECOVERY for all makes and models  of NAS Raid servers, SAN Servers , DAS Server and External and Internal Raid Arrays. For More Information on our NAS SAN DAS Server data recovery click on the  Server button  Generally most raid array recoveries are completed within 24 hours of receipt of the drives. We also provide data recovery for all Arizona zip code areas.  



 We also provide Arizona raid data recovery services for the following cities:



      Apache Junction


           Bullhead City



           Chino Valley

      Casa Grande


           El Mirage



            Fountain Hills



            Indian Wells





       Lake Havasu City




           Sierra Vista





       West Phoenix

          West Scottsdale

     West Tempe




























Recovering data from a failing hard drive is not advisable. Attempting to do so can result in complete loss of your data. If your hard drive is slow to access, slow to copy data to or from or has folders that are not accessible or empty all indicate that the drive is falling. The best coarse of action is to shut the drive down and call one of our data recovery Techs. All hard drives are Forensically imaged for any data recovery services. Our Forensic Imaging hardware has a unique ability to recover bad sectors. Few imaging devices or software can deal with massive sector failures. Our hardware is adjustable for multiple attempts to read bad sectors resulting in a very high success rate of recovering data from those sectors. Multiple attempts to read bad sectors with our hardware will not shut down the hard drive due to bad sector limitations of the SMART feature of the Hard Drive. Forensic imaging is the byte by byte imagining of every sector of the client hard drive. We have successfully recovered many hard drives with over 800,000 plus bad sectors. We provide Forensic Data Recovery and Forensic data imaging of all make and models of hard drives, raid arrays, flash drives, micro hard drives. Forensic imaging , byte by byte imaging of each sector allows for the most complete recovery of all data, including previously delete and fragmented remnants. We use the most advance Forensic hardware and software for hard drive imaging and Forensic data recovery. We maintain a Class 100 Clean Room data recovery environment for platter exchange required for failed or seized drive motors. Head exchange data recovery for failed hard drive reading heads is also preformed in a Class 100 clean room data recovery environment. Head Platter stuckation data recovery is also preformed in a Class 100 clean room station.

Hard Drive - Hard Drive -

US Data Recovery recovers data from all makes and models of Hard drives that have failed due to drive failure, logical failure or hardware failure. There are many causes for hard drive failure including, failing sectors, bad blocks, read errors, firmware corruption and read head failure. Any of these problems can result in non access to your data. We use the most professional manufacture drive specific latest recovery hardware and data recovery software to correct the drive failure and recover the data.

We provide data recovery for all models of Seagate hard drives, Seagate Maxtor drives, Seagate Samsung drives and Seagate Lacie Drives. We recover data from failed Western Digital hard drives and Western Digital HGST hard drives. We provide data recovery from older pre WD Hitachi hard drives as well as Toshiba and Fujitsu Hard drives. Although they do m\not manufacture hard drives, but rather re-label major hard drive manufacture's drives, we provide data recovery for all Sun Drives, IBM drives, Lenovo Hard Drives, NetApp Hard Drives, LSI hard Drives as well as HP drives and Dell Hdds. We provide hard drive data recovery for all brands of Hybrid SSD/Hard drives. SSD drives are not a typical mechanical hard drive but a flash media drive. We provide data recovery of all failed SSD flash media devices.

Drive Data Recovery - SAS Hard Drive - SATA Hard Drive - SCSI Hard Drive - IDE Hard Drive - NL-SAS Hard

We Provide advanced SATA / IDE data recovery for all makes and models of SATA / IDE  drives including:   Seagate /  Maxtor SATA / IDE Hard Drives, Samsung SATA / IDE Hard Drives, Hitachi SATA / IDE hard drives, Toshiba SATA / IDE hard drives, IBM SATA / IDE hard drives, Fujitsu SATA / IDE hard drives, Western Digital SATA / IDE, Samsung SATA / IDE. SATA hard drives are the most widely use hard drives for desktops, laptops, NAS servers and external hard drives. IDE hard drives have been mostly phased out but will still provide data recovery for the old IDE drives still being used in older equipment.

. We Provide advanced SCSI data recovery for all makes and models of enterprise SCSI  drives including:   Seagate SCSI Hard Drives, Samsung SCSI Hard Drives, Hitachi SCSI hard drives, Toshiba SCSI hard drives, IBM hard drives, Fujitsu SCSI hard drives, Sun SCSI, IBM SCSI, Seagate SCSI, Hitachi SCSI, Fujitsu SCSI, HP SAS, Dell SCSI. SCSI drives were enterprise drives most widely used in enterprise servers. SCSI drives are slowing being phased out and replaces by the higher density SAS and NL-SAS drives for most enterprise server solutions. US Data Recovery continues to provide SCSI data recovery services for all makes and models of SCSI Drives. 

We Provide advanced SAS data recovery for all makes and models of enterprise SAS  drives including:   Seagate Hard Drives, Samsung SAS Hard Drives, Hitachi SAS hard drives, Toshiba SAS hard drives, IBM hard drives, Fujitsu hard drives, Sun SAS, IBM SAS, Seagate SAS, Hitachi SAS, Fujitsu SAS, HP SAS, Dell SAS, Lenovo SAS and LSI SAS and NetApp SAS hard drives.

 SAS hard drives ( Serial Attached SCSI ) replace the older SCSI drives. The advantages of the newer SAS drive over the SCSI drives are faster transfer rates and the ability to connect with more drives. SCSI drives have a limitation of communicating with more than 16 SCSI drives where the new SAS drives can communicate with more than 65,000 other SAS Drives. SAS drives are generally used in Enterprise servers, SAN Servers, NAS Servers, DAS Servers and enterprise workstations.

DAS Servers and enterprise workstations.

We Also provide Advanced Enterprise NL-SAS ( Nearline SAS) data recovery for all makes and models of NearLine SAS Hard drives including Seagate Constellation NL-SAS, Hitachi NL-SAS, Fujitsu NL SAS, Dell NL-SAS, HP NL SAS Lenovo NL-SAS, NetApp NL-SAS, LSI NL-SAS and more. . NL-SAS Drives are Enterprise SATA drives using a SAS controller and generally run at 7200 RPM. They are generally used in storage servers that are occasionally accessed. We provide SAS data recovery for all NL-SAS Drives weather used in A SAN server, Enterprise Server, NAS server, External Storage device or internal SAS Connection.

External Hard Drive Data Recovery - SAS External Hard Drive - SATA External Hard Drive - SSD External Drives

Unable to access your data on your external drive? Is your external drive clicking or buzzing or simply not powering up? Can you see your external drive data but are unable to open the files or read write or copy data to the external hard drive ? We provide data recovery for all makes and models of External Hard drive. All external hard drives will contain one of the following major brand hard drives: Seagate, Western Digital, WD HGTS, Seagate Samsung, Toshiba, Seagate Maxtor, Hitachi, or Fujitsu. External hard drives are generally portable SATA hard drives or SSD Flash Media Drives connected to the computer via USB, FireWire or Thunderbolt.

We also provide raid data recovery for any brand of external hard drive configured is a raid array. Most external drives set in a raid array are usually configured in a striped, raid 0, array or a mirrored , raid 1, array. Data Recovery of external hard drive raid arrays are generally recovered within 12 -24 hours of receipt of the drives.

The most common external hard drive data recovery issues come from corrupted firmware modules or motor spindle seizure. Corrupted firmware generally occurs when the external drive is dropped while running or unplugging the drive before a read and write operation is completed. Spindle seizure usually occurs when the external drive is knocked over or dropped. This type of data recovery will require a Platter exchange and a clean room recovery. Either recovery case will cost our same Flat rate price. We recommend , when using an external drive, that you lay all stand up external drive flat on your desk to reduce the chance of the external drive being knocked over.

















We provide worldwide data recovery for Breckenridge business and home users. Our data recovery services include Breckenridge Raid Data Recovery, Breckenridge Raid Server Data Recovery, Breckenridge SATA SAS Data Recovery, South Breckenridge SSD Drive Data recovery and Breckenridge USB Flash Drive Data Recovery, Aspen SATA SAS Data Recovery, Aspen SSD Drive Data recovery.


















.We also provide data recovery for all Arizona zip code areas.

Us Data Recovery provides raid array data recovery for Sierra Vista, Arizona% Corporate, Business and Home User clients. Sierra Vista raid Data Recovery includes recovery of data from failed raid arrays, NAS DAS San servers in any raid configuration.  Open-E raid data Recovery Sierra Vista


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