Lacie has a wide range of products that SERT’s national data recovery service has successfully provided data recovery from. If your LaCie device has malfunctioned, or you can’t access your data we can help get your files back.
We’ve proven we know how to recover data from hard drive disasters time and time again, and can put our money where our mouth is with our flat rates, free shipping, and a no data no pay policy.
Below are some of the common Lacie products we have recovered data from. (note that this is only a partial list, if you can’t find your device here, call us at 1-800-553-5738 to arrange a free consultation regarding your recovery options):
If you have had any indicators that a drive has failed, the best thing to do is turn it off and contact us for a free consultation.
Trying to restore or recover your device can potentially cause further damage to the disk(s) making it unrecoverable. Contact SERT Data Recovery toll free by phone 1-800-553-5738 or start your case online by filling out our online form.
SERT Data Recovery specializes in server recovery and have recovered hundreds of Lacie devices. Each case requires a different approach and each case is given the maximum attention.
Part of the process to secure your files and preserve data integrity during recovery from hard drive failure, is to create a clone of the failed drives and work off of those drives instead of yours.
Benefits of LaCie storage media
Some Lacie devices can be configured to provide warning notices that something’s wrong with your device. For instance, they use alarms and lights to indicate serious problems with the device. A combination of constant drive light with a beeping sound warns the user that one or more drives have failed or cannot be read.
If your device cannot start up, and you have received any error notices – the best thing to do is power the device down to prevent further damage. Sometimes these beeping sounds are combined with GUI error codes to indicate the appearance of the problem.
LaCie has a range of products, from RAID arrays, NAS Servers and personal hard drives, which have been regarded as reliable and affordable options for home networks and small businesses. Although, they have at least one type of redundancy built in, it is still possible the multiple hard drive failure to occur.