NAS devices have never been so popular for their cost-effectiveness, ease-of-use and low power consumption. In certain setups, NAS devices have negated the need for a conventional server altogether. A NAS device enjoys many of the advantages of a networked centralised file server while still benefiting from a better level of data protection than a standalone external hard drive.
However, there are certain circumstances when, just like a RAID server, a NAS device can fail. Common failures include:
A NAS device failing to start but giving error messages.
A NAS has gone "offline" and which users cannot connect to.
A RAID rebuild starting on your NAS device but not successfully completing.
One of the drives inside your NAS has suffered drive head failure.
One of the drives inside your NAS device has suffered electronic failure.
We offer complete NAS data recovery for most brands including: Synology, Drobo, Iomega Stor Station, Buffalo Terrastation, G-Tech (Hitachi). LaCie Network Space, Qnap TS and VS series and Zyxel.
Whether your NAS device is RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 10 or JBOD - we can help.
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