When Data Recovery Becomes Impossible
RecoverySoft / April 16, 2018

Data Recovery Can Sometimes Becomes Unfeasible And Unable To Realize: If you have a hard drive that has crashed, the most important thing you can do is contact a data recovery professional immediately. Make sure you aren’t being charged evaluation fees if you have a standard IDE hard drive. Most companies only charge evaluation fees for complex RAID and network server drives. It is important to do your homework, call and talk with the companies. When you find one that you feel comfortable with, give them a chance. Your hardest job, may be finding data recovery firms that actually have someone available to answer the phones. Ask questions and be sure to have the following information available: Size of the drive, Operating system (i.e. Windows 98, Windows XP, etc.), Situation of failure (what happened just before the drive stopped working), is the drive recognized by the computer or not. Lost Data can be recovered: Whether you own your own business or work for someone that does you’ll find that data protection is one of the smartest and safest approaches you can take to ensure the profitability and livelihood of your business. When dealing with data recovery and protection it is…

Recovering Data from RAID Server Systems
RecoverySoft / March 20, 2018

Backup technologies and procedures, however, are not always foolproof. Failure can be a result of improperly implemented procedures, improper functioning of system hardware, software corruption or damage to media. A perfect backup plan relies on perfect harmony between humans, mechanical hardware and software to work properly. All too often data backups find themselves useless when data loss strikes. Companies have been using multi array RAID systems to store their critical data extensively. It is important to know that RAID systems may be fault tolerant but they are also not fault proof. While most commercial RAID implementations can tolerate the loss of a single hard drive, failure of multiple hard drives or any other serious fault necessitates the use of RAID data recovery. With so much mission critical data stored in it there is a huge impact a failed RAID server has on company's core functionality. Thus RAID data recovery for companies is not a mere inconvenience but a huge financial liability and risk. Data on a RAID array system becomes inaccessible due to any of the following reasons: o A faulty RAID controller. o Multiple hard drive crash. o Malfunctioning upgrade or faulty striping. o Defects with the MFT mount…