Acer Data Recovery Service.
Datlabs ACER Data Recovery Service, recovering data from ALL failed and faulty ACER products such as ACER NAS, ACER Chrome Book, ACER Spin, ACER Predator and ACER Swift, Returning your data to you on a storage media of your choice.
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ACER NAS and ACER RAID Data Recovery.
Datlabs Data Recovery will repair, rebuild and recover data from ALL ACER NAS products.
Our technicians undertake controlled procedures when undertaking data recovery from any ACER RAID or ACER NAS device. This involves the repair and duplication of all the native hard drives before any data recovery is attempted. Our data recovery technicians are experts in ACER RAID reconstruction and ACER data recovery and will rebuild the ACER specific RAID configuration and subsequently extract, reconstruct, recover, test and transfer your data onto a new medium ready to be returned to you. If further repair work is required our technicians are experts in all aspects of filesystems including NTFS, HFS+, XFS, EXT2/3/4 and many more.
If you have more advanced recovery requirements our trained technicians can also help.
Acer products supported:
- Acer Aspire EasyStore H340-L Home Server
- Acer Aspire EasyStore H340-UA230N NAS server
- Acer Aspire EasyStore AH342-U2T2H Home Server
- Acer Aspire EasyStore H341
- And many others
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ACER RAID Levels
Acer Network Attached Storage systems can be configured in a range of RAID levels such as RAID-5 or RAID-0. The Acer products are a local data storage hub solution suitable for home and business use.
We understand that data loss can be a stressful time and potentially devastating to a business or individual.
Datlabs dedicated techs deliver excellent repair and recovery rates from Acer EasyStore NAS.and also offer a range of service level agreements to meet your data recovery needs. You can find more information regarding data recovery from failed RAID servers here.
Most of the Acer Easystore systems are used by home users and small to medium enterprises as they offer a simple way of storing all of your data in a central location which can be accessed from any computer on a network.
Home users mainly use this to store family photographs and movies so that they can be viewed on the TV or on multiple viewing devices.
Acer NAS Volume Corruption
Your system may be suffering from volume corruption if you receive messages such as “this device needs to be formatted” or “this volume needs to be initialised before use”. If you encounter messages such as these, do not proceed with formatting or initialising the volume as this can lead to permanent data loss or a much more complex recovery process. The best course of action would be to power down the device in the correct manner (as per the manufacturers instructions) and send it to Datlabs where an expert in ACER data recovery will attend to the recovery of your data without risk or possible compromise.
NAS Easystore Firmware Upgrade Failure
Always be careful to ensure adequate backups of your data prior to attempting an update of your NAS device as errors encountered during the upgrade process can cause the system to revert to factory settings which would require that you ‘initialise’ the drives prior to use, doing this can cause you to lose your precious data. Should an error occur when performing an upgrade to the firmware then do not hesitate to contact us straight away as a recovery at this stage would be more straightforward whereas it would be a great deal more difficult were the drives to be initialised.
Acer NAS Hard Drive Failure
If you have a multi disk ACER NAS system set up in a specific RAID 5 configuration then it is capable of operating even when a single disk has failed. However the act of replacing the faulty disk and carrying out a rebuild puts a lot of additional stress on the remaining array members which has commonly led to a second disk failing during the rebuild. If this situation occurs then the best course of action is to send your faulty system in to a Datlabs ACER data recovery specialist as any subsequent attempts to get the system back online can lead to permanent data loss.
Acer NAS Failed Rebuild
It is not uncommon for RAID system rebuild attempts to fail following the replacement of a single disk. The most common reason for this is that one or more of the remaining array members is suffering from ‘Media Degradation’ (Bad sectors as this is more commonly known). When the rebuild process encounters such degraded sectors it will commonly be unable to complete. Datlabs would look to overcome the degraded areas to create an image of each of the array member disks so that the array can be virtually reconstructed. This method safeguards the original data as only the images are utilised for the reconstruction, should any corruptions arise the images can be recreated from the original drives.
Acer NAS Bad Sectors
Bad sectors exist on all hard disks even from new, this is due to the fact that it is impractical to create a completely perfect platter surface. When the hard disk is manufactured, it is run through a series of processes which record the bad sector areas and ensure that the hard disk never uses them. Throughout the lifespan of the hard disk more bad sectors may arise due to the degradation of the magnetic properties of the platter surface. Once the hard disk reaches its threshold for these bad sectors it will begin to show errors such as reduced system speed and frequent system crashes. Bad sectors are a common fault and Datlabs have become very proficient in overcoming these areas. In order to do so we would place each of the defective disks on to specialist hardware in order to generate the best possible clone of the data content. Once this process is completed we then piece the array back together using the clones so as to protect the integrity of the data on your original drives.
Acer NAS Deleted Data
Deleted data can occur due to many reasons, the most common reason is that the user incorrectly formats the volume or attempts to get the system operational again after a logical corruption. If you suffer data loss via this method, the best thing to do is power down the system, in the majority of cases the data is still perfectly in tact but as far as the system is aware the entire volume is considered useable space. Recovering deleted data is one of the more straightforward processes and the difficulties arise when new content is placed on the system after the formatting. Data is only becomes irrecoverable once it is overwritten with new data and as long as the system remains online this can be occurring.