If your Network Attached Storage device has failed, power it down immediately so your NAS data recovery attempts have the greatest chance for success. If you call your manufacturer’s support department, before you do anything they suggest, take notes and call us immediately for a free phone consultation.
Our engineers are highly experienced with NAS recovery, and will help relieve your stress and give you confidence that your data is still within reach.
SERT engineers recover data from NAS storage devices made by all manufacturers. With SERT, your NAS is in good hands if you have encountered any of the following types of failures:
Our NAS data recovery engineers are available during regular business hours to answer your questions about how to move forward with recovery from your device.
Recovering files from a NAS server or storage device isn’t as easy as connecting a SATA cable and slaving a drive to a computer. Free downloads quickly become empty promises from free raid recovery software. These cause as many problems for our clients as OEM support departments.
If your data is important and valuable, you want to make sure you get professional help from an experienced and reliable data recovery company. SERT is one of the leading RAID recovery companies in the United States, and has everything necessary in house to recover your NAS device.
SERT NAS recovery is familiar with a variety of manufacturers including:
SERT is a data recovery service with engineers that have many years of NAS data recovery experience recovering Linux based systems. Most NAS devices are based on the EXT2, EXT3, EXT4, or XFS files system which requires special knowledge of how each file system works in order to effectively recover from data loss situations.
NAS storage device (Network-Attached Storage) is not that different from a typical server, mainly because it contains the components of a typical PC. Also, its performance is largely determined by the speed and traffic of the network, processor, R/W speed of the hard drives, and the amount of RAM the device has.
Some NAS storage devices have redundant data access paths, which enable it to have multiple Ethernet connections to provide the device with a fail over in the event of an Ethernet port failure.
A NAS server provides a specialized storage space of sheer volume to any network with file-level access. This device makes backup and storage ideal for home users, and small and medium businesses.
The majority of today’s NAS devices use RAID, making them more efficient and providing redundancy which equals stability. Depending on what RAID configuration a NAS device comes with, it may be able to overcome data loss when a hard drive fails.