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Use Data Recovery Services So All Is Not Lost


I am having a problem with a series of disk failures. These disks are connected to the Raid array on my server, and consists of 6 1tb disks which have all been recently updated to the latest firmware options. I keep getting failure logs for all of them, with the notice saying that there has been an ‘aborted command’. I think this means that the drive has failed to fulfil a command on a number of occasions. The RAID controller is also reporting a failure with one of the drives, the code being EH. I am not just having one failure with a single drive, however, but apparently a series of failures. This is preventing me from accessing the data on the drives, as they keep failing to open. The computer can see the files, but when I try to open one, the drive shuts down and I get one of the ‘aborted command’ messages. I would like to be able to recover the data from the drives.


I am using an Intel server which has four hard drives in a RAID array which I use to store work data. There has been no problem for months, but suddenly the array is reporting a problem with one of the drives. This results in the drive constantly trying to rebuild itself. The server displays an error message saying that RAID has degraded in port 10, and that the drive is rebuilding. This can go on for ages, but the rebuild never completes. I have tried to do the rebuild manually, only to discover that there is a problem in the array, and the drive is not mounting to the server. After this, I tried some data recovery, but without success. I was able to extract some files using the kernal, but it is taking such a long time to recover these files, about 1mb an hour at the moment.

Use Data Recovery Services So All Is Not Lost


I am having problems with a Windows laptop hard drive which is not working effectively. I have a lot of data on the drive that I really need, including a True Image backup which is contained in a separate partition. I would like to get back that data particularly. I have not put on CHKDSK as yet because I don’t want to corrupt the data on the drive.


I work with a number of Samsung laptop computers which are set up in a network. I set these up a few months ago, and they are being used by colleagues. However, in the last week or so, I have had the majority of these colleagues bring the laptops back to me, saying that they cannot access the OS because the password for their laptops are not working. I have used the same password for all of them, and each contain a dollar sign, which I cannot now get to type into the password. In addition, when I remove the hard drive, it is also clear that I cannot get the drive to use this symbol even when I transfer it to another laptop. The message appears as locked, and I even tried to open up the system using a password tool, but it offered me a password which does not work. In the second laptop, I can see BIOS and Ubuntu, and also access the hard drive icon, but it is messaged as locked.


I am using a Windows 7 operating system in an Acer Aspire 5517, but I am having a problem which has essentially shut me out of the OS desktop, and any other kind of boot screen, including BIOS. When I turn on the laptop, I get a message which says Windows Boot Manager. This is usually there for only a few seconds, but for me it remains on the screen and I can get no further. I can hear the fans going, and the wheels turning, but I can’t hear the hard drive turning. I did try the hard reset method to restart the laptop, but it has not worked. The main problem is that I use this computer for both work and home purposes, and as a result it has a lot of important data on it, including family photographs and legal documents which I really have to have. The big issue is the fact that I can’t access the hard drive in any form from the laptop.


I have been using an Asus laptop for a long time, and have suddenly lost a lot of documents which I had stored on the laptop. What happened was that the laptop was turned on as usual, and then I went to eat breakfast, a little ritual of mine. When I came back into the room, the Asus was performing a task called Automatic Repair. This process is completed, and then computer starts up again. When it restarted, the laptop froze, and so I had to reboot it. When I got back into the desktop, I found that there were large portions of my work missing, and I was not able to find both pictures, and documents located in my partition. After searching for the folders in every place that I could think of, I ran a recovery program to try and get the data back, but I have not been able to get back the majority of the data, only a few scraps. I am hoping your data recovery company can help me to recover the rest of the files and folders that have been lost.

Use Data Recovery Services So All Is Not Lost

When your hard drive fails it can feel like the end of the world no matter whether it is personal information in the form of financial information or business records for a company. The first thing to do is not to panic, there are specialists on hand who can help you to recover everything that you thought you had lost. Depending on your system we can successfully recover your data in about 72 hours and we have around a 99% success rate.

Data can be stored on a number of different types of system, all of which can fail, but all of which we have experience in recovering. Perhaps the most common recovery that we carry out is on hard disk drives from desktop computers. There are lots of reasons why your hard disk can fail, most of which are due to the high levels of usage that an internal hard disk undergoes. It is possible to accidentally format the wrong hard disk or partition on the disk or accidentally delete data, particularly during a backup process if something doesn’t quite work according to plan and the originals are deleted from the system.

There are also other types of failure that are due to the system either being susceptible to a virus attack or if some sort of software or mechanical corruption occurs that lead to the operating system becoming corrupted and not allowing the system to boot up, data being corrupted, or mechanical damage to the system that affects the accessibility of the data that is stored there.

Laptops are just as susceptible to the problems mentioned above as desktops are and so Easy Recovery have spent just as much time building up expertise on recovering lost data from laptops as well.

There are a large number of different file formats and computer makes and models around but we are able to recover data from all types of file systems that include Windows and Mac as the most common, but we can also recover files from Linux, Unix and Novell systems as well. We can deal with all types of file systems as well, including all versions of NTFS and FAT as well as less common file systems.

Our services are not just limited to data recovery from internal hard drives, we also have a great deal of expertise recovering data from both external hard drives and also RAID drives. We can deal with all of the popular makes of external hard drive from Buffalo through to WD. In terms of RAID drives, we specialise in recovering data from RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5 and RAID 10. RAID 0 recovery can be particularly devastating for a user as there is no fault tolerance, so our specialist services can retrieve data that appears to be totally lost.

So, if your hard disk fails, give us a call to get a quote for recovering your system, send us your drive(s), we’ll get back to you with results of our inspection and then we can recover your data.