What to do when a RAID 10 Fails.
Data loss is fairly uncommon with RAID 10 systems. Usually, if one drive in the array fails, immediately replacing the damaged drive can keep the system running. However, if two or more drives are damaged the RAID 10 system can fail and lead to data loss.
Although most times data is very secure in these types of RAIDS, they do not protect against software errors. Sometimes, you will not notice data loss or survey failure symptoms at first. If you cannot access the data, turn off the RAID 10 immediately. Disconnect the power as soon as possible. Do not use commercial programs or operate the array, and call a data recovery professional for assistance. These measures will ensure the least risky chance for a successful recovery.
DataTech Labs Experience with RAID 10
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Our mass storage engineers have extensive experience performing RAID 10 data recovery and RAID 0+1 data recovery (the reverse RAID 10) for many years. Our engineers repeatedly recover where other so called data recovery companies have failed.
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