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A data recovery technician will assist you with a free price quote
and instructions to receive the free evaluation to determine if your
data is recoverable. You can bring your RAID drives to one of our
labs or
ship the drives to us using our shipping instructions.



Upon receipt of your drives, a data recovery engineer will perform
the free evaluation.  You will be contacted with the results and
given the option to proceed with the recovery of your data.  The
actual recovery process will then begin. 




RAID 1 uses two drives and makes an exact copy of the data on each drive without writing
any parity data because none is needed.   RAID 1 is commonly referred to as "mirroring". 
The total capacity of the array is the size of the largest of the two drives. RAID 1 tends to
read to the drives quickly, but it writes to the drives slowly since it has to make two copies
of the data to each drive.  However, RAID 1 provides 100% redundancy in the event one of
the drives in the RAID fails.  A RAID 1 can be created with hardware or software.  RAID 1
is frequently used in many different types of servers, external hard drives, NAS units, Snap Servers, and in certain desktop computers.   As the need for fault tolerance increases,
hard drive manufacturers are using RAID 1 in many of their devices to offer consumers the
ability to protect their data with mirroring.

For more information about the devices using RAID 1 technology, click here.

The following diagram illustrates a RAID level 1:





There can be many reasons for a failed RAID 1.  Listed below are the most common:
  Bad Sectors Missing Partitions
  Corrupt RAID Data Overwritten Files
  Corrupt Files in the RAID RAID Backup Failed
  RAID Controller Failure Broken RAID 1
  Damaged Files in the Array RAID 1 Offline
  Deleted Files in the Array RAID Crashed
  Failed RAID 1 RAID Firmware Failure
  RAID 0 Drive Failure Power Surge
  RAID Power Failure Array Will Not Boot
  RAID Rebuild Failed MFT Corruption




If you experience problems with your RAID 1 array, please do not attempt to correct the
problem yourself.   By taking matters into your own hands, you could overwrite parity data
making RAID recovery more difficult.  Please follow the steps below and contact ReWave
for assistance at 866-739-2835.

Turn off your RAID 1 array immediately.  This ensures that no additional data
can be written to the array, which could overwrite the data you are trying to recover. 

Document the events that occurred causing RAID 1 failure.  Try to make
notes documenting any problems that occurred and efforts that were made to fix the
problems.  If you remove the drives from the array, it is important to label the drives
with the same order in which they existed in the array. Although not required, this
step will save us time during the RAID recovery process.

Contact ReWave immediately.  Our data recovery team is available 24/7 to assist
you with RAID recovery at 866-739-2835.


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