Gillware Data Recovery Blog

Every week Gillware solves hundreds of complex data recovery cases. We try to pick the most interesting cases to write about in our data recovery blog. Our lead blogger Will worked in our data recovery lab for over a year before joining our marketing team to assist with the data recovery blog. Gillware has performed data recovery services on just about every piece of storage equipment imaginable, even electronic holiday ornaments.

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June 19, 2018

Hard Disk 3F0 Error Data Recovery Case Study

In this data recovery case, the client’s PC failed to boot up. The computer told the client upon powering up their computer that the boot device could not […]
November 30, 2016
HP ProLiant Data Recovery

HP ProLiant Data Recovery Case Study: Yellow Means Caution

In this HP ProLiant data recovery case, the client came to us after a server crash. The SQL server with the client’s database and Clarity profile […]
June 30, 2016

QNAP Data Recovery Case Study: RAID-6 Failure

In this QNAP data recovery case, our client had eight three-terabyte hard drives arranged in a RAID-6 configuration using a NAS device and formatted with the […]
June 24, 2016

Dell PowerEdge 2900 Data Recovery Case Study: RAID 5 Data Loss

This client had a Dell PowerEdge 2900 server running Windows Server 2008. The server was stocked with three 250-gigabyte Seagate Barracuda ES.2 enterprise-class hard drives arranged […]
June 21, 2016

Power Surge Data Recovery Case Study: Synology RAID-5 NAS Device

This failed NAS device came to us from a nearby small business located in Fond du Lac. Their Synology DiskStation DS 1512+ NAS device had failed […]
August 3, 2015

Counting Bytes: Is My Hard Drive 320GB or 298GB?

Since we recently wrote about logical data recoveries from hard drives and how they structure information, it seems like a good time to tackle a question our data recovery […]
March 21, 2013

Using the Bitmap to Make Data Recovery More Efficient

When you suddenly can’t access your files, but nothing seems wrong with the hard drive, how can you get your data back? Data recovery cases often […]
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