RAID hard drive failure in HPZ420
I have a HPZ420 PC which contains a 4 disk raid 10(0+1) configured system which is unable to boot from the operating system. The PC is used to control and receive data from a scientific instrument. A week ago when the PC was working fine I noticed that one of the disks had failed and an HP engineer was called out and replaced the faulty disk but would not reconfigure the RAID system. The PC was still working fine at this point, so I decided to do a back up to external disk overnight, unfortunately the PC failed to complete this before going into its current state of losing the ability to load the operating system. I would like to recover the data.
Lost data on Playstation 4
I basically connected my hard drive with a PlayStation 4; and unplugged it without ejecting it properly – now, when I connect it with my computer it shows up but it doesn’t show my files. I had a chat with my college technician and he believes that it’s not corrupted but we can’t quite figure out the problem. I am just wondering if you are able to get all my work back as it is super important? How long it can take as it is college work and I need to hand it in? And how much do you roughly charge? Thank you so much. I look forward to hearing back from you soon.
Data recovery charges can vary between several hundred and several thousand pounds. If the problem is on a single hard drive (like a PS4) then the cost is usually much lower than if the problem is spread across many hard drives like on a RAID system. My advice is to do your own research and find a decent data recovery company who can help you.