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Failed RAID Arrays

Recovering data from a RAID array can be a complex and challenging proposition. Not only are there multiple drives involved but additional parameters such as RAID levels, stripe size, offsets, and parity settings must be calculated in order to reconstruct a failed RAID array.

FDR is experienced in recovering data from failed RAID-0, RAID-1, and RAID-5 arrays, the most common types in use today.