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RAID Data Recovery

RAID data recovery and Server Recovery is a Memofix specialty. Whether you have a failing SuperMicro NAS server running 72 8TB hard drives using RAID6, or a 3-drive Linux raid using RAID5, we have the expertise and resources to resurrect any defective hard drives, determine the original RAID parameters, virtually rebuild the RAID array, repair and rebuild any damaged file system structures required to reunite you with your valuable data, quickly, efficiently and affordably.


We understand IT professionals prefer to resolve their RAID failure issues in-house or with the support of the original manufacture. No one wants to pay for something they could have done themselves, but if the data is “life & death” we recommend bringing it to us asap. If you must play, do what the professionals do, and image all of the Server or RAID disk drives 1st. Then replace the original hard drives with the new copies and make your attempts on them, thus preserving the original RAID drive members. Be aware that most manufacturer’s support staff are trained to restore your server to a bootable state, NOT preserve the data, and definitely not how to perform RAID failure recovery services.

Why select Memofix for your enterprise level RAID & Server data recovery?
  • Unrivaled experience & server recovery techniques for all levels of RAID including RAID6

  • ISO certified data recovery process for server recovery and class 100 cleanroom conditions

  • Secure, access controlled, ESD compliant data recovery lab with data lockdown

  • Advanced capabilities for VMWare, Hyper-V, NetApp, SQL, AS400 and Exchange server platforms

  • Support and resources for SAS, SCSI and FC (Fibre Channel) server hard drives

  • Emergency server recovery response team available 24/7 365 days of the year, anywhere, anytime

  • With Canada’s largest inventory of used hard drives there is no delay waiting for parts

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