Sai Sales Infotech Lab has comprehensive experience with RAID Data Recovery from RAID, spanned and candy striped techniques. RAID Data Recovery is one of the areas of expertise of the range of data recovery services provided by Sai Sales Infotec.

RAID is a great system for improving speed and accessibility to data as it provides significantly more data security than non-RAID hard drive techniques. However, its control of the drives and the data submission across them can be extremely complicated.


  • In most instances we require only the storage device in order to retrieve the lost data.
  • Human error causes most RAID failures; no matter how well designed or implemented the system Mistakes are easy to make. The more complex the system is, the more potential there is for error.
  • Using our disk recovery processes, coupled with our ability to produce a safe ‘copy’ of the complete volume, allows us to process an array as a collection of image files enabling fast and easy RAID data recovery.
  • Our Data Recovery systems have the capacity to absorb most server array volumes.
  • Recover RAID with the industry leading RAID Data Recovery provider.

RAID Data Recovery/ RAID Failing / Restore RAID- FAQs

Q: We Re-striped/Re-Initialized the RAID range partitioned the range and duplicate data back to it, Is there a chance of recovering the data before the Re-Striping/Re-Initialization?

A: We can possibly recover the information on these cases. It is determined by the RAID controller’s performance and how much data was duplicated to range. Contact us to determine how we can help you in your RAID data process of recovery.

RAID (Technical Information)

(rād) Short for Repetitive Range of Separate (or Inexpensive) Drives, a type of hard drive that implement two or more pushes in mixture for mistake patience as well as.


RAID Level 0 :- Striped Disk Array without Fault Tolerance: Provides data striping (spreading out blocks of each file across multiple disk drives) without redundancy. This improves performance but does not deliver fault tolerance. If one drive fails then all data in the array is lost.

RAID Level 1 :- Mirroring and Duplexing: Provides disk mirroring. Level 1 provides twice the read transaction rate of single disks and the same write transaction rate as single disks.

RAID Level 2 :- Error-Correcting Coding: Not a typical implementation and rarely used, Level 2 stripes data at the bit level rather than the block level.

RAID Level 3 :- Bit-Interleaved Parity: Provides byte-level striping with a dedicated parity disk. Level 3, which cannot service simultaneous multiple requests, also is rarely used.

RAID Level 4 :- Dedicated Parity Drive: A commonly used implementation of RAID, Level 4 provides block-level striping (like Level 0) with a parity disk. If a data disk fails, the parity data is used to create a replacement disk. A disadvantage to Level 4 is that the parity disk can create write bottlenecks.

RAID Level 5 :- Block Interleaved Distributed Parity: Provides data striping at the byte level and also stripe error correction information. This results in excellent performance and good fault tolerance. Level 5 is one of the most popular implementations of RAID.

RAID Level 6 :- Independent Data Disks with Double Parity: Provides block-level striping with parity data distributed across all disks.

RAID Level 0+1 :- A Mirror of Stripes: Not one of the original RAID levels, two RAID 0 stripes are created, and a RAID 1 mirror is created over them. Used for both replicating and sharing data among disks.

RAID Level 10 :- A Stripe of Mirrors: Not one of the original RAID levels, multiple RAID 1 mirrors are created, and a RAID 0 stripe is created over these.

RAID Level 7 :- A trademark of Storage Computer Corporation that adds caching to Levels 3 or 4.

RAID S :- EMC Corporation’s proprietary striped parity RAID system used in its Symmetrix storage systems.

Our RAID Data Recovery Professionals can successfully recover your vital data and files from the following types of RAID Array failure and situations:

RAID Users Errors Physical RAID Damage Logical RAID Damage
RAID Server reinstalled RAID Disk failure Corrupt Configuration
RAID Rebuild failure RAID Controller Failure Missing Volume Segment
RAID File deleted RAID Array Offline Volume fails to mount or dismount
RAID Array formatted Hardware Conflicts Deleted RAID Volume
RAID Data deleted Server Damage Parity and Stripe Damage

It can be alarming to hear strange noises coming from your hard drive. Below are a few examples of noises that could lead to or be caused by a hard drive failure. This is not meant to be a self diagnosis tool, it’s just a simple way to let you know that Eco Data Recovery is capable of rescuing data from drives that suffer from each of these failures.