Chat with us, powered by LiveChat

RAID Data Recovery Services From All Types of Failures


Controller Failures:

RAID controllers manage disk operations and present physical hardware as a single unit to users and other network entities. They may consist of independent devices or be built into motherboards, but all are susceptible to power surges and other failures that can stop users in their tracks.

Partitioning Errors:

Software-driven RAID arrays rely on advanced partitioning schemes, and users can implement their own custom partitioning. Corruption in a partition can cause the controller to believe that it's missing, and in some cases, it may be marked as unusable.

Excessive Disk Failures:

Different RAID arrays can only survive so many hardware failures. While such characteristics depend on the RAID level employed and the total number of disks in question, each array has a strict limit.

Server Failures:

RAID Servers that facilitate access over a network can fail after falling prey to viruses, improper configurations, software corruption or user error. These failures won't always degrade the array, but they could make it inaccessible.

RAID Volume Rebuild Errors:

Rebuilding a degraded RAID array isn't necessarily your best option. If you make a mistake during the operation, you could overwrite data you wanted to retain or even end up with a completely dead array.

Trusted Leader In RAID Data Recovery



ISO 9001 & SOC Secure RAID Data Recovery

We make compliance simpler by performing RAID data recovery using processes and facilities that have met or exceeded ISO 9001 certified quality management systems. By following SOC type ll security protocols, we ensure you never have to worry about dropping the ball on security governance.

284, 9500, 00+

terabytes recovered


Raid Recovered

Looking for Emergency RAID Data Recovery?

Stop waiting to discover whether your RAID is salvageable, and get your diagnostic report within hours instead of days. TTR Data recovery's same-day data recovery process means you'll never be caught off guard by another emergency.



When your RAID fails, you may want to rebuild as soon as possible. Being too hasty might actually delay or prevent recovery, however. The smartest thing you can do is shut down permanently, document the problem and get in touch with TTR Data Recovery right away for further instructions.


What Not To Do

Avoid trying to rebuild the RAID array or fix damaged drives. Also steer clear of CHKDSK, FSCK and other utilities; they might corrupt files in the process of accessing data. Finally don't just try to remove the drives you think failed. It's important to remove the complete set, and this means you need to keep the drives in order.



We recover data on all forms of RAID arrays.

This means we support all drive makes, models and interfaces, including:

Working with a RAID device not listed here?

We're confident we can restore it to its former glory, so just get in touch.


We've recovered RAID arrays that used almost every operating system in existence, including:

We're also ready to tackle custom RAID data recovery involving proprietary software and embedded systems.

With Thousands of Satisfied Customers, you can trust TTR

But don’t take our word for it!

See what others are saying about their experiences with TTR Data Recovery.

Recent RAID Blog

No post for the category