With Data Engineers, you can rest assured that NAS / SAN storage data recovery services are fast, easy and confidential with the highest quality results.

It’s important to note that NAS /SAN devices that use RAID 5 (and that’s most of them comprising of three hard drives and more) do not write their files sequentially on just one disk – instead files are divided into blocks and distributed across all the hard drives. Thus if a NAS / SAN breaks and it’s data is required, it’s not a simple case of taking each drive and searching for the files and folders required – the results will be garbage as the data has been divided and written across all the disks. It’s therefore essential that you use a NAS /SAN data recovery company like Data Engineers who are able to reconstruct the missing data from all the hard drives and piece the files and folders back together again. This is not a simple task and requires a high level of skill. If you have a broken NAS /SAN device that contains valuable data you need to recover, we strongly advise against doing anything yourself to attempt recovery as doing the wrong thing at this point will often destroy any chance of data recovery from the NAS / SAN.

NAS /SAN data recovery is often possible in most circumstances. NAS / SAN are just one or more hard drive that are chained together and connected to a network. These hard drives are normal hard drive as can fail in all the same ways as any other hard drive. The added complication with NAS / SAN storage is that making the wrong decision will often cause partial or complete data loss. Do not attempt data recovery yourself, unless of course the data is of no value and making a mistake doesn’t matter.

We recover data from a NAS / SAN, avoiding major downtime and protecting your privacy with state-of-the-art security. Virtually every storage network depends on physical media, and eventually machines fail. When multiple hard drives in a NAS / SAN fail simultaneously, you can lose access to databases, mail servers, or other files your business depends on. With our data recovery services, we can easily recover your data.

Common NAS / SAN Failures

Multiple Hard Drive Failure in NAS / SAN Devices:

Often the first time a hard drive breaks in a NAS / SAN it will go unnoticed because RAID Configured devices are able to continue working with one failed drive. It’s the second drive failure that will cause the NAS / SAN to crash. To get the data back from a situation like this it’ll be necessary to recover the data from at least one of the hard drives.

NAS / SAN Controller Failure:

Sometimes the hardware that controls the hard disk drives can actually fail. Recovering the data from NAS / SAN devices with such an error is also not straightforward. It’s not a case of simply getting an identical device and swapping the drives over as the disk order from controller to controller can vary and cause irreversible data loss.

NAS / SAN Configuration Errors:

These devices can loose their configuration settings which means they ‘forget’ how the drives they are writing and reading files and folders from are setup. Recovering a NAS /SAN with a config problem is a case of determining the correct configuration and writing it to the config file. Again, this needs to be done right first time or it will result in irreversible data loss.

Open Pricing Policy

Data Engineers operate an open pricing policy and we will give you the data recovery cost before we commence the recovery process. When you call us on +91-9818567981, or fill in the contact form, we will give you a quote. If you are happy with the quote, then we will arrange a courier to collect your hard drive from your home or business. Once we have fully diagnosed your hard drive disk failure, we will provide you with the full cost to go ahead and recover your data to a new hard drive and return it to you by courier service. If you do not wish to go ahead, we simply return your hard drive.


Our Benefits

We have the latest technology, tools & equipment required for safe & secure data recovery


Logical Recovery

Slow Responding, Contains Bad Sectors, Files & Folders Inaccessible.

Physical Recovery

Drive Not Detected, Clicking & Beep Noise, Sometimes No Movement at all.