Raid 10 Data Recovery Services

Recover Data from RAID 10 Drives

RAID 10 – also known as RAID 1+0 – is a nested RAID configuration. That means combines several different RAID data storage principles into one logical units, in this case those of RAID 0 and RAID 1.

From RAID 1, RAID 10 inherits multiple mirrored disks (a minimum of four). From RAID 0, it borrows data striping, with the stored data divided equally between the mirrored RAID 1 disks.

The RAID 1+0 array offers the combined benefits of these two technologies. It features the redundancy and fault tolerance of RAID 1 and the superior read/write performance of RAID 0.

At the same time, it also suffers from some of the same drawbacks, namely that – like in RAID 1 – the effective storage capacity is limited to half of the total hard drive space. A RAID 10 array is also expensive and laborious to set up.

As mentioned, RAID 10 data recovery can be complicated. The set can take one drive failure per array, but if two drives in one array fail, the result is total data loss.

RAID 10’s nature also makes it difficult to use DIY data recovery software. It is best to hire a professional RAID 10 data recovery service when your array breaks.

Some of the benefits provided in all our packages include:

  • 100% Cost-Free Pre-Quote Diagnosis
  • Multiple Convenient Service Locations Around The Country
  • Third-Party Accredited High-Quality Customer Service
  • No Data, No Charge Policy
  • Verify Your Data Before Payment
  • Manufacturer-Approved RAID Recovery Methods
  • No Attempt Fees

From RAID controller failure to recovery after natural disasters, TTR Data Recovery has more than 14 years’ experience in RAID recovery. We provide robust, A+ BBB-rated service packages for all RAID 10 issues.

Raid 10 Stack

Examples of media and hard drives on which we perform daily data recovery.

Support Types

  • PATA
  • SAS
  • Firewire
  • SATA
  • Fibre Channel
  • eSATA
  • SCSI
  • USB

Hard Drive Brands

  • EMC
  • Fujitsu
  • Hitachi GST
  • Dell
  • Microsoft
  • Samsung
  • Seagate
  • Toshiba
  • Lenovo
  • NetApp
  • HP
  • Western Digital
  • Intel

*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 10 Failures We Accept

Hardware and Software Issues

  • RAID Controller Failure
  • Power Surge
  • Overheating
  • Moisture Damage
  • Physical Damage
  • Malware Infection
  • Computer Viruses
  • Data Corruption
  • Backup Failure
  • File System Errors & Corruption
  • Excessively Failed Disks
  • Read/Write Cache Crash

Human Errors

  • Accidentally Removed Disks
  • File Deletion
  • Partitioning Error
  • Overwritten Files
  • Incorrect Setup
  • Intentional Sabotage
  • RAID Volume Rebuild Errors

Application Errors

  • Crashed or Frozen Applications
  • Corrupted Databases
  • File Load Errors

This list is far for comprehensive and our RAID recovery experts are sure to be able to help you with your issue. Get in touch and ask our representative about your specific problem with your RAID 10 array.

Certified Experts in RAID 10 Recovery

We strongly believe that without proof, claims of excellent service ring empty. To convince you of the quality of our service, we at TTR have gone beyond current standards to acquire multiple third-party certifications.

Included among the certificates we carry are:

  • IACRB Certified Data Recovery Technicians
  • ISO 9001:2008 Certification
  • SOC Type II Certification
  • Other Certifications

IACRB Certified Data Recovery Technicians

Don't let uncertified technicians cause further data loss to your array. TTR is the ONLY data recovery company with IACRB CDRP certification.

We only hire technicians who hold accredited data recovery degrees and possess fundamental knowledge of the best RAID 10 data recovery practices. You can trust that your array is in expert, confident hands.

ISO 9001:2008 Certification

Our independently-verified methods provide measurable results surpassing the ISO 9001 quality control standards. Our processes have been demonstrated to succeed in whatever situation your RAID 10 array may encounter.

SOC Type II Certification

We value the confidentiality and security of the data on your array. Our proven security controls adhere to the highest standards integrity, privacy, and confidentiality when handling your data.

Other Certifications

In addition, TTR Data Recovery holds the following certifications:
  • ISO 5 Class 100 Cleanrooms
  • Apple Certified Mac Technician
  • PCI Security Standard Certification
  • NASA Trusted Data Recovery Service
  • U.S. Government GSA Trusted Service Provider

Data Recovery Services You Can Rely On

During our time in business, we have helped recover:

284,950,000+ TB of Data

We understand that RAID failure can be a life-or-death issue. Because of this, TTR also provides emergency service packages with 24/7 customer support, same-day diagnostics, priority service, and free pick-up and delivery.

85,240+ Cases of RAID failure

RAID 10 array failure is a highly stressful situation. By choosing TTR RAID recovery services, you're choosing peace of mind.

RAID 10 Technologies Supported

TTR supports all RAID 10 drive models and and interfaces, including but not limited to:

  • ULTRA/ATA 100
  • SAS
  • ESD
  • USB-Firewire
  • Fibre Channel

Additionally, we are able to perform data recovery on all operating systems, such as:

  • Windows
  • Apple Mac OS X
  • Netware
  • Solaris
  • Linux
  • Unix
  • DOS
  • OS/2
  • Sun and more…

Other Data Recovery Services

Hard Drive Data Recovery

No matter the issue with your hard drive, TTR’s hard drive data recovery services will save your data. Our manufacturer-approved processes work on all hard drive models from all manufacturers.

We have surprised owners of nigh-impenetrable black boxes by safely returning all their lost filed. Get in touch today and ask about our hard drive services.

RAID Data Recovery

While no two RAID failures are identical, TTR’s RAID data recovery experts have you covered. Our technicians have the solutions to the problems encountered by all sets at all RAID levels.

We have fixed issues ranging from a simple broken RAID controller to RAID 0 configurations on NASA installations. Our solutions will get your business back on track in record time.

SSD Data Recovery

Although SSD drives are more resilient than regular HDDs, they are not foolproof. When your SSD breaks, don’t panic and turn to our best practice SSD recovery solutions.

We are familiar with all drives from all manufacturers. If your SSD has failed, we will get to the bottom of it and save your data.

Server Data Recovery

From web servers to databases and more, servers are crucial to business operations. When one breaks, your entire operations will be at stake.

Let TTR’s certified server data recovery technicians take care of your issue. With our comprehensive service packages, you will be back in business before you know it.

Hard Disk Drive OS We Supported

Operating systems pose no barriers for TTR Data Recovery technicians. Our firsthand experience means we handle each case as effectively as possible APPLE OS

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. MICROSOFT OS

Recovering important files in various operating systems of Microsoft Windows can easily be done because of our high-end technology. LINUX OS

All distros are covered by our Linux support. This enables it to overcome logical errors and file corruption, among others.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Many Drives Can You Lose in a RAID 10?

RAID 10 can handle one failed hard drive per incorporated RAID 1 array and still stay functional. If two drives break, your RAID 10 data will be lost.

Is RAID 10 the Best?

RAID 10 is not perfect, and its high performance and redundancy come at an equally high setup cost and complex operation.

When Should I Use RAID 10?

RAID 10 is best suited for I/O-intensive applications, such as email or web servers and databases.