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Authoreric   Category Data Recovery Story   Comments4   Post Time 2008-02-19 20:05:20 -0500

Hard Disks in Servers
Hard disks are household goods now, and the definition of disks inside servers has been affected by this changed scenario. A 60GB disk can also act as a server now. But the most usual format is the RAID - an array of disks - that is discussed below.

What is RAID?
RAID stands for Redundant Array of Independent Disks, and is self-explanatory. It is literally a 'stack' of two or more disks with a specialized disk manager to run it. RAIDs are rated on a scale of 1 to 10 to measure efficiency and utility. Besides, there are also RAID 53 and RAID 0+1 that are very powerful arrays.

Data Loss from Server Drives
Data loss from servers can happen through natural disasters, virus and hacker attacks, logical failures, disk crashes, electrocution and human errors or mishandling.

Solutions for RAID Data Loss
Of course, in our position, we hope everyone use our product Data Recovery Wizard Professional to recover the server data. However, we have to say, it is not the best choice.

Although, the Data Recovery Wizard Professional will recover the files which you lost and needed, it can’t combine the files and RAID verification information automatically and intelligently. You should combine the entire RAID Server by yourself manually.

RAID data loss can be attended to by only the best data recovery professionals. Any company that has experienced a RAID data loss (or is on the brink of one) must immediately contact an established data recovery company in local. They are specialist. They have enough experience to help you combine the entire RAID Server. So do we, but you are inconvenience to send the Server to the overseas.

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Art Rose posted on 2008-03-09 10:26:45 -0400

Data Recovery - Whoâs Who today launched the internetâs first one-stop directory of data recovery services and software. The new site, DataRecoveryWhosWho.com, is a free resource designed to quickly and easily assist users in locating the tools, services and support necessary to not only recover lost files, but to ensure and maintain the integrity and health of files stored to virtually any media format including hard disk drives, flash memory, CDs, DVDs, RAID, and other digital storage devices.

DataRecoveryGuru2 posted on 2008-03-29 18:17:17 -0400

Also, choosing a company may be hard to do because many companies will either scam you or cheat you out of your money, some charge you without even recovering data. The best way to avoid this would be to do your research, and the best place to do this would be www.datarecoverycomparison.com It allows you to leave reviews about your data recovery company experience, and lists just over 100 different companies, if the company that actually did your data recovery is not available you can even add that company on there. It is completely user generated, also the best part is that the admin/webmaster of this website promises to do independent data recovery investigations to scout out any illegal or deviant actions that happen when you send your hard drive or raid drive for recovery. This will be completely documented with pictures and recordings, and will overall help the average consumer and big corporations choose which company is best to go with based upon price, quality, and customer service.

Data Recovery Guru posted on 2008-04-09 08:35:21 -0400

The most common type of RAID for a consumer is a Raid 0 which typically consists of 2 mirrored drives. For companies the most typical would be a RAID 5 array, which is usually 5-6 drives. Also if you ever need data recovery, or have ever gotten it done, feel free to visit www.datarecoverycomparison.com because it allows you to post your own review, rate the company that you got your recovery done with, and compares the different companies together. It pays to be a smart consumer :)

yacine posted on 2008-06-13 06:33:41 -0400

svp donner mois des informations plus avec la langue Française

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