We repair and recover data from all Cisco drives with any hardware or software failure. If you have configured a RAID array or similar storage, our engineers have industry-leading RAID recovery skills to restore your failed Cisco and have you up and running again in no time.
No matter how your Cisco RAID has failed – because of a crashed hard drive (yellow LED), a critical system failure (red LED) or a firmware upgrade failed and you cannot access the device or a volume, our engineers are available to help and advise you.
If your RAID crashed and a RAID rebuild failed, the system is hanging or it will not boot, please DO NOT attempt further data recovery. The chance of causing further damage or complete loss of data is high.
Getting Your Data Back
In the first instance, contact us. We have lots of information from delivery and turnaround to what happens if you’re outside of the UK on our website along with a list of FAQs that will help put your mind at ease. We recover crashed Cisco failures of any type:
The sudden loss of data in a busy work environment can result in expensive downtime. We’ve witnessed this ourselves, which is why we offer an Emergency Cisco recovery service. This process can take as little as a few hours. Our engineers will first make sure that no further data can be lost or damaged, and then the recovery process will begin, often getting you back into production the same day.
Outside the UK?
Getting your failed storage medium to us from the USA, mainland Europe or Australia poses little more effort than shipping from within the UK? To find out more, please visit our page on international data recovery
If your data is of vital importance, and you simply cannot risk losing it, we can almost guarantee a 100% recovery from a Virgin RAID failure – provided no attempts have been made to recover the device, including any attempt to rebuild the RAID.
Recovering Cisco Data From All Failures:
- Crashed hard drive (system LED light steady or solid yellow LED)
- Firmware update fails (system LED light solid red)
- Device is not booting (flashing or blinking blue LED light)
- Corrupt system (system LED solid red)
- RAID rebuild failed (flashing red LED light)
- Corrupted volume
- Corrupted RAID
- RAID was initialized
- Crashed hard drive
- You cannot access the device
- We recover Deleted data
- We restore Lost data
- Deleted file recovery
- Hard drive died
Recovering Failed Cisco RAID disks:
- NSS 322
- NSS 324
- NSS 326