Recovery Data On Ssd Data And Server / Nas


SSD or Solid State Drive is a Hard Disk with basic media storage technology that is different from the hard disk in general. Where Hard disks use mechanical systems for data read/write functions with components such as media disks (platter) and headsets (stack), SSDs use 100% electronic systems and no moving parts such as disks and reading tools therein.

SSD storage media in the form of chip memory as is often used in Flash Disk Drive or USB Drive. Therefore, SSDs have different characteristics than mechanical hard disks, such as SSDs are more resilient and SSDs have better read/write data speeds than mechanical hard disks.

The type of damage experienced by the SSD is more logical / software or firmware / internal; where there is damage to the electronic controller or chipset that cannot be accessed. Therefore handling SSD damage is also different from mechanical hard disk.

Contact us for data recovery from problem SSD units, be it Intel, Samsung, Marvell, and other chipsets from various manufacturers such as Samsung, Corsair, Toshiba, Intel, Seagate, WD, and others.


NAS or Network Attached Storage is basically a kind of server that is designed and specialized to run the function of File Server on home/office network. NAS advantage of course with a more compact (small) physical form and a small power consumption compared to full tower/rack Server; also with a simpler operating system and “user-friendly” for ordinary users like home users and small business.

Like a Server engine, the NAS has the ability to hold more than 1 hard disk in one unit and the user can create multiple Drives / Volumes that will be shared/served on the network – either with ordinary settings and RAID (Redundant Array) settings such as RAID0, 1, 5, 6, JBOD, and others.

Like server systems or computers in general, damage to the hard drive unit can cause the Drives / Volume NAS to become corrupted and consequently the stored data is lost. This can be caused by logical damage to RAID controllers, OS from NAS, or user/user errors when setting/administering NAS units; damage can also occur due to physical damage or firmware / internal of the hard disk itself.

The general scenario, for example, NAS consists of 3 units of the hard drive with a RAID-5 setting, if 1 hard disk is declared Fail (due to shorting then there is physical damage in hard disk) then NAS can still function with the integrity of data safe. However, if the user forgets to replace or replace the faulty hard disk of the NAS, and after some time the other hard drive is damaged like “bad sector” so it is declared “Fail” by the NAS system. Then NAS calls 2 of 3 Fail hard drives and Automatic Drives / Volume NAS disappear or damaged because of RAID-5 fault tolerance only 1 harddisk.

Damage like this requires recovery at various levels, first from the hardware side of the damaged hard drive, both from the side of the RAID restoration so that the Volume can be read and the data can be accessed again. So the recovery process from case Server / NAS with RAID system is more complicated and time-consuming than recovery single hard disk.

remote data recovery is the best solution if you need recovery service for the case of data loss on Server or NAS.