Our company works with the world’s top tech companies. We focus on fixing these top tech companies’ hardware to recover all lost data. Now, with active facilities all over the United States, we provide advanced services with our innovative approach to G-Raid Data Recovery.
What is NAS & Why Go With G-Tech
G-Technology offers one of the most high-end NAS storage devices on the market. Regularly replenishing their product line with RAID arrays, G-Technology offers series of NAS devices. They include G-RAID, G-SPEED, G-SPEED XL, and G-SPEED Studio.
These devices are a more expensive category of NAS devices, but products are worth it. For example, their top seller models can support an entire SME running 4k video. Just imagine how powerful G-RAID NAS devices can be when set up correctly.
The devices are compatible with Windows but run exceptionally well with MacBook Pro, providing more options than the Windows OS.
G-Tech comes with the best aspects of a NAS device, like a secure private cloud and VPN router. Still, some customers have found the G-Technology NAS drives have given them trouble. G-Technology NAS devices may be prone to lost file systems, inaccessible data, and malfunctioning memory cards.
That is why you should be careful. Because if the G-Technology NAS device fails, you will probably need an expert technician. Otherwise, you can lose all files permanently.
Advantages of Our Services:
The Power of Combining NAS with a RAID Array
G-Raid devices are NAS hardware pieces. As with any other NAS device, they are compatible with different RAID configurations. Depending on the model, you can rearrange the disks to support RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, or 10. If you want to balance optimal performance and fault tolerance, you can choose RAID arrays for your G-Tech device.
Although it may be prohibitively expensive, some G-Tech models come with a nice upgrade. They use Solid-State Drives with SATA connections. This increased performance gives them a huge advantage over traditional hard disk drives.
HDDs (hard disk drives) are much more vulnerable to data loss cases due to their malfunctioning component pieces. They are, in effect, lower technology disk drives compared to SSD. When discussing the technology of external hard drives, SSD memory cards will win every time.
Common Causes of G-Tech NAS Devices Failure
Unfortunately, like all technology drives, G-RAID NAS devices are subject to malfunctions and failure. While some of these disaster scenarios are simply bad luck (e.g., natural disaster), others can certainly be avoided.
Regular maintenance checks and updates to your G-Raid unit can certainly decrease the risks of device failure. Additionally, we recommend you use power strips with surge protection.
These are common causes of G-Technology data loss cases and recommendations to avoid. The most widespread data loss cause is water damage. Avoid placing liquids near the devices to protect against water damage, and do not place the device in a cramped space that could be prone to overheating!
Additionally, one of the biggest causes of data loss and inaccessible data is a sudden power surge or outage when the G-RAID device is accessing data. If any of the above happened, you should cut off the power. This way, you can minimize data loss and file corruption.
Then, you can reach a data repair service nearby to recover failed media. Also, trying to rearrange the RAID configuration yourself is not a good idea. Such kinds of devices need an appropriate environment such as Cleanroom and experienced professionals. Trying to fix a failed device on your own can lead to corrupt data and inaccessible files, as well.
G-Technology Data Recovery Service
Our experts are world-class G-RAID data technicians. Able to repair any hardware, our specialists recover deleted data through firmware replacement procedures or customized data recovery software.
Our technicians perform in a certified ISO Cleanroom when performing millimeter-precise G-Raid data recovery. It ensures contaminant-free zones and helps us avoid data loss risks.
Other Advantages of Our Data Repair Services:
If a virus or a power surge affected the data-writing process, your data may be located only one part of the drive now. We use custom recovery software that allows to extract read-only data, or whatever copy of data is left.
Sending your failed G-Technology NAS device to us, you can rest assured that your data will remain safe throughout your case process and will be recovered as quick as possible.
Contact our customer service today to start your case, and our team will be happy to help you.