RAID 5 Data Recovery

3 Things to Remember About RAID 5 Data Recovery

3 Things to Remember About RAID 5 Data Recovery RAID 5 data recovery can call for extensive technical expertise. Because these hard drive configurations are designed for speed and reliability, they tend to be used for a variety of applications. In theory, the disc striping and redundancy of parity between the drives should render the…

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Raid 10

Why You Should Call TTR When You Need Raid 10 Data Recovery

While Raid 10 configurations boost performance, accessibility, and redundancy, they aren’t without their drawbacks. Certainly, hard drives can still fail in these configurations, and the overlapping nature of the drive arrays can make it difficult to recover damaged files and/or stop corrupted information from moving between drives which are mirrored to one another. On top…

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Raid 50 Data Recovery by TTR

If your company uses a server with a series of hard drives in a Raid 50 configuration, you or your IT advisor probably chose the set-up for fast file transfers, maximum redundancy, and improved network performance. What you probably never hoped for, though, is for a pair of matched or mirrored hard drives to fail…or…

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5 Things to Remember About Data Recovery For Different Raid Hard Drive Configurations

Every damaged hard drive is different, but working with Raid data recovery can be a particularly daunting challenge. Not only does each Raid configuration present a separate technical situation, but some will be more or less redundant, and more or less apt to the spread of corrupted files, than others. In general though, there are…

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3 Things to Remember About RAID 0 Data Recovery

IT professionals and business people alike tend to like Raid 0 hard disk configurations, since they offer speed and performance gains at a relatively low price. Unfortunately, one of the drawbacks of this type of setup is that there is a lack of redundancy between the hard drives, meaning that data loss in either drive…

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server

Managing and Preventing Hard Drive / Raid Server Failure

The failure of a hard disk can constitute a catastrophe of immeasurable proportions.  The data lost can be priceless.  Recovery of some or all of the data is possible via professional intervention, in many cases.  Furthermore, prevention of further failures and subsequent data loss is essential thereafter. How Hard Drives Break A number of conditions…

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