|SD Card & NAS Drive RecoveryMemory Card devices are small, lightweight, handy, low cost, rewriteable and removable; they are actually data storage device integrated inside devices such as Mobile Phones, Digital Camera, Digital Video Camera and gaming devices. They carry several advantages over other portable storage devices. A card reader is required to access memory cards through computers.
However, they too fail and data loss happen on these drives as well, the real problem is due to enormous production of these drives where major cause for loss of failure is poor manufacturing and lack of quality control issues.
Some of most common Memory Cards are.
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- Flash Cards.
- Sony Memory Stick
- SD Cards.
- MMC Cards.
- XD Cards.
- Secure Digital Card
Network Attached Storage devices stores all the critical information like the IP address, recent file requests mapped by the main server to the NAS file server. It consists of hard disk storage, RAID systems and software for configuring and mapping the file locations.
NAS data may be damaged due to accidental physical damage, fire, water, chemicals, smoke and software corruption. Any damage to the NAS device makes it evitable to recover back the lost and inaccessible data. We retrieve the maximum retrievable NAS data lost due to software problems, backup failure, physical damage, virus, etc.
SAN environments can incorporate a number of different types of computer hardware, including Network-Attached Storage (NAS) devices and RAID systems where devices communicate using the block-based SCSI protocol over dedicated Fibre Channel or Internet Protocol (IP) network. Because of its many elements, SAN architectures can be quite complex and the more complex the system, the more likely a failure can occur in one component, affecting the entire storage environment.
Data Recovery Lab routinely recovers data from:
NAS is an alternative to a specialized storage area network (SAN). NAS devices are often connected to a shared general purpose local area network, reducing cost overhead, while also reducing access speed. The protocol used with NAS is a file based protocol such as Network File System (NFS) or Microsoft's Common Internet File System (CIFS).
- Single or Multiple Disk Failure
- Failed Software or Operating System Upgrades
- Mechanical Failure (Clicking, Buzzing)
- Virus Attack
- System Crash
- Accidental Deletion of Data or Reformat of NAS Volume
- Physical Damage (Fire, Water, Smoke, Etc.)
- Power Surge Causing Physical or Logical Corruption
- Data Could Not Be Viewed Due To Security System Failure
Most network storage systems contain more than one hard disk drive, often in a RAID configuration and are a computer by itself with its own operating system. Having a hard drive fail or even one the computer components could make it impossible for your IT department to recover the data due to the nonstandard operating system.
Unexpected failure may cause data inaccessibility or even data loss. Often this occurs between data backups or on data that has no backup at all. Utilizing proprietary data recovery technology, our data recovery specialists will recover the data you need in a timely, secure and cost effective manner. We have established a level of expertise in RAID, SAN, and NAS recovery that is unparalleled by even the manufacturers of the systems that we recover data from.