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 of that, there is always the potential for physical damage (from things like office fires and power surges) or operator error (usually involving accidental formatting or firmware changes) that can take an entire Raid 10 system off-line all at once.
When you encounter those kinds of situations, it’s important not to panic – just because you can’t access your hard drives, or the information on them, doesn’t mean that it’s gone forever. If you have the right Raid 10 data recovery specialists on your side, you can not only get the information you need to get your company back up-and-running, but get it back quickly and affordable.
When your Raid 10 hard drives begin to fail – either individually or in tandem – you don’t want to waste time and risk further damage to the drives themselves. Call TTR to get the industry’s best experts evaluating the problem and restoring access to the files and folders you need.