Category RAID

RAID Data Recovery

Here you an find blog posts covering various RAID types and data loss situations.

A Very Dangerous Hyper-V Check Box

First Off, Why Virtualize? For those of you familiar with Hyper-V or virtualization, feel free to skip ahead. For anyone else, this section will provide some context to the issue at hand. To begin, Hyper-V is Microsoft’s version of virtualization…

Standard RAID Levels Explained

Gillware deals with a lot of failed RAID systems on the side of data recovery. Partially because problems can arise with so many hard drives running, but more likely because their array was not handled correctly. RAID can be extremely complex,…

RAID 5 Data Recovery: Tips and Overview

How to Recover RAID 5 Data

Most RAID devices were designed and built for data reliability. RAID stands for Redundant Array of Independent Disks (or originally, Inexpensive Disks). The technology, which was developed at the University of California, Berkeley, allows enough redundancy of the data that…