The Synology NAS servers come in two types – DiskStation and RackStation. Both are medium enterprise class servers and have different RAID configurations. The most common type is the Synology DiskStation DS-410j. The server has a 2 bay system and is able to support RAID 0, RAID 1, JBOD, RAID 5 and RAID 6 with up to 1GB RAM. It includes a built in SATA controller for direct connection of hard drives.
When you have Synology NAS, data loss can happen. It is important to understand that any steps taken in haste can lead to irreversible damage to your data. If you do not know what to do, or you don’t have experience with NAS servers, then contact an authorised Synology NAS Recovery Specialist.
At Recovery Squad, we have a dedicated team that specializes in Synology NAS data recovery services. Our experts use industry-standard tools and highly advanced techniques to recover data from physically crashed NAS systems or logical corruption. We can also retrieve data from Synology devices with configuration issues or logical corruption.
The two most common causes of NAS failure are faulty configuration and power loss or incomplete repair. The first can be caused by entering the wrong volume number while configuring your drive, or a dirty shutdown of the NAS during the setup process.
Sometimes, administrators are in the process of updating their NAS firmware and experience a power outage or hard drive failure. In these scenarios, We can almost always recover the data if a power failure occurs during the update process.
Synology NAS systems can fail due to a defective RAID controller. If there is an error when building the array, you will be advised to run either the ‘repair volume’ or ‘rebuild’ function to correct the problem. The failure of these functions can result in the loss of all data in your RAID.
Physical damage to the NAS can manifest itself in many ways. Your NAS device could fail to power up at all, you may hear a buzzing or ticking noise from your device, you may not be able to access it through the operating system, or the device may stop working and throwing errors in the middle of network activity, and this is just some of the problems that are reported by DiskStation users around the world.
We see lots of human error conditions that lead to data loss in Synology NAS storage devices.. Sometimes, a human is trying to expand an array or replace drives with larger drives with an incomplete understanding of what they are doing, and they do something wrong.
Attempts to rebuild a NAS might make it more difficult to recover Synology NAS data.
Installing smuggled software can cause more harm than good and reduce the chances of a successful recovery.
Contact Synology NAS recovery specialists near by you, and have them begin to work on recovering your data.
When you call, make sure you’re aware of the model number and number of drives used.
And, Mark the failed drive as defective.
The Synology DiskStation and RackStation servers come in four different models namely, the DiskStation DS1511+, the DiskStation DS1813+, the RackStation RS812+ and the six-bay RS815RP+, which enable you to choose a level of data protection that most fits your needs.
Synology NAS is a synonym with Network Attached Storage devices that use Synology Hybrid RAID (SHR) technology, used for data redundancy. But if your Hard Disk Drive (HDD) fails for some reason, SHR can complicate the data recovery process and make DIY recovery almost impossible. But at Recovery Squad, we know the best techniques to recover data from failed Synology NAS devices. Our knowledge allows us to successfully recover more than 99% of all Synology NAS failures, including false system or disk errors or failure by lightning. As NAS and Raid specialists, We provide both standard and emergency data recovery services for NAS devices. Our emergency option is ideal for people who need their data quickly.
Recovery Squad is a leading data recovery solutions provider for all types of Synology NAS users, including both shared and USB device. Synology has sold over 6.4 million NAS devices worldwide, and Recovery Squad offers complete data recovery services to help customers when something does happen to their NAS devices. Whether the problem is incorrect configurations, disk mechanical failure, malware attack, controller failure or any other data loss related incidents – you can rely on Recovery Squad to get your data back for you as soon as possible so you can continue taking your photos or business.
If your NAS has suffered physical damage, or you simply lost data due to file corruption, it’s extremely important to get the data back as soon as possible. With Recovery Squad NAS Data Recovery Service, you can be confident that every effort will be made to recover data.
When your Synology device suffers from a detected logical failure Recovery Squad will help you with the rescue. In this situation, we offer a 3-bay NAS data recovery service. Using a specialised procedure and high-quality hardware, we are able to access the broken volumes and retrieve your data.
We recover data from broken, crashed or inaccessible Synology NAS servers. Our team has experience with RAID, iSCSI and other configurations to recover the best possible files. You may have a home user NAS recovery project, or an enterprise-grade business project—either way we promise you a complete, coherent and authenticated report with all data recovered.
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We are located in Melbourne, Sydney and Perth to conveniently ship your media to one of our locations.
We also provides Emergency data recovery service to get your data quickly.
You can not totally prevent data loss or Nas failure but you can reduce the risk of data loss to your Synology NAS. It’s important to ensure that your NAS system hasn’t been exposed to extreme temperatures or physical damage. You should also maintain a backup of the most recent data.
If your SYNOLOGY NAS server is attacked by ransomware, you would not be able to access the data on the server. When that happens, contact a data recovery expert such as Recovery Squad Data Recovery Services to recover your data.
We are able to restore data of all file types, including Microsoft Word and Excel files, images, audio, video, email backups, PPT files, PDF files. It is small enough to store easily on a remote system or PC without being intrusive.
You can not totally prevent data loss or NAS failure but you can reduce the risk of data loss to your Synology NAS. It’s important to ensure that your NAS system hasn’t been exposed to extreme temperatures or physical damage. You should also maintain a backup of the most recent data.
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