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raid or Server Data Recovery

RAID recovery is the process of data recovery from a RAID array which failed for whatever reason, may it be a controller problem, member hard drive failure, or something else. RAID recovery boils down to reconstruction of the RAID parameters and subsequent data recovery.

Yash Data Recovery recovers data from all server and drive makes, models and brands and can recover from the following causes of Server/RAID data loss:

  • Damaged or Lost RAID Configurations

  • Failed Software or Operating System Upgrade

  • Corrupt or Damaged Partition Table

  • Drive Not Booting - Missing or Deleted File/Directory

  • Inaccessible Drive(s)

  • Clicking Drive(s)

  • RAID Controller Failure

  • Damaged Striping

  • Rebuild RAID Failure

  • Formatted Drive(s)

  • Multiple Hard Drive Crashes

  • Fire/Flood Damage















Yash Data Recovery Technician recovers lost or inaccessible data from RAID 0, RAID 5 and RAID 6 drives. We have complete solution with advanced features to recover files, photos, videos, emails etc. from Windows-based hard drives, external media and RAID array.


  • Yash data recovery from RAID 0, RAID 5, and RAID 6 arrays

  • Creates Virtual RAID to recover data if a probable RAID construction fails

  • Recovers lost or formatted RAID logical volumes

  • Recovers lost and deleted data from desktops and laptops

  • Creates image of hard drive for secure and quick data recovery

  • Provides resume recovery option to recover the scanned data at a later stage

We understand the importance and critical nature of these types of system failures. With the best turnaround times in the industry, Yash Data Recovery trained technicians can recover lost data from malfunctioning RAID/Servers and in most cases can have you back in business within 24-48 hours.

Data security and confidentiality is our top priority!!

RAID arrays can usually tolerate a single drive failure without any impact on the server's availability in your network environment. However, if more than one drive fails, the server may not be available on the network and attempts to recover the data on your own may result in permanent data loss!!

In case of a RAID/Server failure or crash, do not panic! Shut down the server and turn off the system.

  • If you are unsure of the damage, do not try to reboot as this may cause damage to the array.

  • If a drive is making unusual mechanical noises, shut it down immediately.

  • Attempt to log the failure and events that led up to failure while it is still fresh in your mind.

  • If you have already attempted to repair/rebuild a failed array, log each attempts action and consequence for future reference.

  • If you haven't already done so, label the drives position in the RAID array and then make note of which physical drive(s) are bad by marking it specifically.
    (Drives will be numbered starting with 0 Example: If you have a 5 drive array they will be numbered 0-4)

  • Do not run volume repair or defragment utilities on suspected bad drives.

  • Do not swap or re-arranging the order of the drives in a multiple drive RAID array as this may cause overwriting.

  • Do not replace the failed drive with a drive that was part of a previous RAID system.

  • If attempting to restore to a backup, the restore should always be from a secondary system, never the failed system. Do not use drives that were a part of the failed system.
    (You may need to recover the data from them if your backup is corrupt)

  • If you are unsure that your RAID/Server is functioning properly after a failure event, do not attempt any future repair!

Our Server Data Recovery Process


Yash Data Recovery Services is one of the only server recovery companies in the world with truly risk-free diagnostics. Within a day of receiving your server, we will give you a price quote and turnaround estimate. Our services vary depending on your server's failure scenario.

Common causes of server data loss include:

  • Configuration Errors

  • Failed Migration of Data

  • Software Installations or Updates

  • Operating System Errors

  • Physical Media Damage

  • Failed RAID Rebuild

  • Virus Damage

  • User Error

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