HP Raid Recovery
Our HP Raid server pricing starts at £500+vat. Price will depend on HP Raid configuration. We are based in London so disk's can be dropped off or sent into us. We believe we offer the quickest and best HP Raid Data Recovery Expertise in the UK to recover from failed HP Raid systems. We have recovered from 100's of HP Raid systems over the last 10+ years. Please call us on 0207 112 1770 to speak to one of our highly qualified engineers for an instant quote.
No matter what your HP Raid raid setup is we can recover the data. Whether it's RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 6, RAID 10 or RAID 50. If you don't know the configuration we will be able to advise you via email or over the phone.
We specialise in recovering data from failed HP Raid systems including HP Proliant Blade Systems, HP Proliant, HP Proliant BLP Blade, HP Proliant BLC Blade, HP 9000, HP Data Vault, HP Integrity Servers, HP StorageWorks, HP Alpha Servers.
We have been recovering Data from all HP Raid systems going back the last 10+ years.
Our expertise is 2nd to none and in 99% of HP Raid Data Recovery cases we recover all data.
We backup our expertise with our No Fix No Fee service so if we cannot recover your data we don't charge you.
Depending on the type of HP Raid system, the data recovery process can take several paths depending on the HP Raid configuration of your system.
In all cases all hard disks are imaged as part of our standard recovery procedure. This ensures the intergity of the original hard disk's.
We then work with the hard disk images to process the HP Raid system by recompiling the data. This process depends on your HP Raid configutation but often involves de-stripping or recompiling the hard disk images and then processing the data.
We are the only data recovery company that images all hard disks before and after de-stripping-recompiling to ensure the highest possible chance of recovering your data.
We recover HP Raid systems from all Apple Mac, Windows, Linux and Unix systems. So no matter whether its Apple HFS+, NTFS, Ext2, Ext3, Ext4, XFS or ZFS we can recover your data for you. We can also determine the Raid configuration if you are unsure.
HP Raid Raid Configuration:
HP Raid devices support several different data storage configurations, which provide the owner with different data protection levels and different recovery chances if the HP Raid systems fails. The most common HP Raid configuration is RAID 5 with stripe of 64k with backward setup. Please call us on 0207 112 1770 for more details on your setup.
RAID 0: Data is distributed across the drives. This is the best-performing configuration with maximum data capacity. A single drive failure causes loss of all the data. This method is gradually getting replaced with other raid configurations but is still being used in older HP Raid systems.
RAID 1: Two shared disks are mirrored. This configuration provides great speed but only half of the potential storage capacity. This configuration is rarely used on HP Raid devices but we still see some HP Raid 1 systems with this configuration.
JBOD: Data on the HP Raid System is spanned along all disks. This ensures full storage capacity and good performance. Single drive failure may cause all data loss. We don't see this often in HP systems unless it has been setup by an network engineer for a purpose.
RAID 5: This is now the most popular and the default for most of HP's Raid servers. Data is distributed across the drives using backward parity rotation. This configuration is fast but space equal to one disk's capacity is lost. The HP Raid 5 system will continue to operate normally even after single drive failure. We normally receive a lot of HP Raid 5 systems due to a one or two disks failing in the raid array or a rebuild that has not completed correctly. HP RAID servers can have a wide variety of RAID configurations.
HP Raid Hard drive systems support different interfaces. Some of the interfaces supported include: HP Raid PATA Drives, HP Raid SATA Drives, HP Raid Portable Drives, HP Raid Mobile Drives, HP Raid IDE Drives, HP Raid SATA Drives, HP Raid SATA II Drives, HP Raid SATA 2 Drives, HP Raid SATA III Drives, HP Raid SATA 3 Drives, HP Raid eSATA, HP Raid SAS Drives, HP Raid SCSI Drives, iSCSI, HP Raid ESDI Drives, HP Raid Fibre Channel Drives, HP Raid USB Drives, HP Raid Firewire Drives and HP Raid PCMCIA Drives.
HP Raid servers have been extremely popular over the last few years due to their good name and robust technology. While very good hard disk drives, HP Raid servers, like all other hard drive systems, they do fail. A sudden failure of the HP Raid server normally means that the raid configuration or electronics has failed in most cases.
Common HP Raid Server Error Messages:
- Hard drive failure
- RAID controller failure
- RAID rebuild failure
- Firmware update failure
- Power surge or power spike
- RAID rebuild not completed correctly
- RAID array initialisation
- RAID controller failure
- RAID corruption
- RAID disk failure
- RAID disk overheat
- RAID drive incompatibility
- RAID drive overheat
- RAID Array failed
- Actuator Failure
- Bad sectors
- Controller Failure
- Controller Malfunction
- Corrupted RAID
- Clicking / Ticking / Scratching / Grinding Sounds
- Not spinning, Not powering on at all
- Drive not working after Power Surge
- Freezing or locking up the computer or buring smell from system
- Not detected by computer's CMOS/BIOS
- Water or Liquid spilled on Hard Disk
- Accidental reformatting of partitions, Accidental Deletion of Data, Virus Problems
- Hard disk is unable to be accessed ( Inaccessible drive or partition )
- Unable to boot computer due to system getting dropped.
- The disk is seen in Operating System but asking to be formatted
- Front red light on system not displaying
- Error reporting ' Primary Master disk failed, Press F1 to continue'
Most often requested HP Raid Server System's sent into us for Data Recovery are below.
Click on your drive model from the table that is linked to the specific data recovery information.
HP Raid Server Model Names:
Send us your hard disk's from the HP Server. We normally ask you to fill out a form with some details regarding the raid system before you send in disks into us to speed up the recovery process. We also request that the numbering of the hard disk stays intact to speed up the recovery process. Please send Hard Drive's to our postal address or phone us on 0207 112 1770 to arrange to drop of the disks to us. All HP raid data recovery jobs need to be priced before they are sent into us. If you are posting in disks to us please send the Hard Drives via a suitable postage service along with your Contact Details (Full Name, Full Postal Address, Phone Number & Email Address). We recommend Royal Mail Next Day Special Delivery. It is a guaranteed next day service so if you send today we will receive tomorrow. The average costs are £10.00 via this delivery method and the contents are fully insured up to a value of £500.
Advanced Raid Recovery
Our Diagnosis will confirm the level of data recovery that we can attain from your HP Raid system, we will contact you ASAP to determine what data you want recovered. We normally be in contact within 24-48hrs with the average recovery job takes 48-72 hours to complete.
We will recover the data you want and copy the contents onto a suitable media. We normally advise all cleints to get everyting backed up to either data dvd or another hard disk.
We send the recovered data back to you via a Next Day Courier Service. Our aim to complete the Data Recovery Service within 48/72 hours of receiving the hard disk. We believe we offer the quickest turnaround service and best value data recovery service within the UK.
If you need more information on our Data Recovery Services or to confirm a Data Recovery Quote call us on 0207 112 1770, or email us on email address's below. We are open Monday - Friday 9am - 6pm GMT. Outside working hours email us at below email addresses, we normally repond quickly to all data recovery requests.
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