RAID 1 Data Recovery Services
Recover Data from RAID 1 Drives
RAID 1 uses a method known as “mirroring” to store identical data on two or more hard drives. This provides extreme redundancy, as the system essentially stores a local backup of the data. As such, the array will remain operational even if one of the two drives fails. As the system’s other drive houses identical data, total data loss will only happen when both of the two RAID drives break.
Despite it’s high redundancy, you should always seek help when you notice a RAID 1 drive has failed. With only one operational drive, your set no longer acts as a RAID and you’re at risk of losing all your data.
However, mirroring also enforces some limits onto RAID 1. The RAID mirror principle reduces writing speed as all data has to written two times, and the array’s storage space is always limited to that of its smallest member disk.
TTR’s RAID 1 data recovery services offer:
TTR Data Recovery has more than 14 years of experience in recovering RAID data from every kind of array, including RAID 1. Operators from private individuals to large corporations, U.S. government agencies, and NASA have placed their trust in TTR to recover RAID data from their systems.
Examples of media and hard drives on which we perform daily data recovery.
Hard Drive Brands
*If you can’t see your hard drive listed, don’t worry; TTR Data Recovery can recover from any type or brand of hard drive.
Types of RAID 1 Failures We Accept
Hardware and Software Failures
Talk to a Certified RAID 1 Recovery Expert
TTR’s RAID 1 data recovery technicians are unique within the data recovery industry. TTR Data Recovery is the ONLY company of its kind to hold the IACRB Certified Data Recovery Professional (CDRP) certificate.
The IACRB certification ensures that all our experts hold actual degrees in data recovery from accredited institutions. You can trust that anyone working on your hard drives will be trained in and hold fundamental knowledge of best data recovery practices.
TTR also holds the following certifications:
Data Recovery Services You Can Rely On
As further testament to the skills of our certified technicians, over our 14-year history they have recovered:
284,950,000+ TB of Data
It can be possible to recover from drive failure using a data recovery software. However, data recovery from RAID 1 can be complex and not all recovery programs are compatible with all arrays.
85,240+ RAID Sets
As one the most trusted data recovery businesses, you can safely put your faith in our technicians when it comes to RAID recovery.
RAID 1 Array Technologies Supported
TTR can perform RAID recovery on all hard drive models and interfaces, including:
TTR technicians are also proficient with all operating systems, including:
Other Data Recovery Services
Whether you’re struggling with logical or physical failures, we can help you. Our technicians are familiar with all hard drive models and failure types.
We have successfully saved files from drives whose owners thought their black boxes unrecoverable by any methods. Get in touch today and see what we can do for your drive.
Has your RAID array encountered one, two, or more failed member drives? Are you facing a busted RAID controller or physical damage caused by a server hall fire?
TTR’s RAID data recovery services will save your RAID set and the critical data it stores. With our help, your business will be back on its feet in record time as if nothing had ever happened.
SSD drives are celebrated as more reliable than regular HDDs, but despite that, they can still fail. If your SSD encounters a failure, don’t panic.
TTR technicians are familiar with all SSD makes and models. Don’t lose your nerve or your data, and get in touch with our SSD experts today.
No matter whether you’re operating a small and humble file server or a database housing information from millions of users, server failure is an urgent emergency that must be addressed as soon as possible.
Our server data recovery services will get your system back online and your business running when disaster strikes. No matter what your system is, our experts have tools and skills in place to save your server.
Hard Disk Drive OS We Supported
Going through your Mac OS file systems and recover files along the way is easy because we have a team of Apple Certified Mac technicians.
Recovering important files in various operating systems of Microsoft Windows can easily be done because of our high-end technology.
All distros are covered by our Linux support. This enables it to overcome logical errors and file corruption, among others.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Do I Restore a RAID 1 Drive?
You can attempt to restore a RAID 1 drive using a data recovery software, but professional RAID 1 data recovery services will give more reliable results.
Is RAID 1 Good for Backup?
While a RAID 1 drive stores a backup of its own data, it is not a substitute for a robust external backup plan.
Can a RAID 1 Disk Be Read On Its Own?
Yes, in most configurations RAID 1 array disks can be read on their own.
What Happens If a Drive Fails in RAID 1?
With one failed hard drive, the RAID 1 array will work, but it no longer functions as a RAID and is vulnerable to data loss.