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IBM ServeRAID Error 2807
One of the more confusing RAID array errors for IBM RAID servers configured with ServeRAID has been IBM RAID error 2807. While there are a few recent postings from IBM suggesting that this error is correctable easily by simply installing a patch, many of our RAID recovery and repair customers have discovered otherwise.
RAID Controller Errors
The ServeRAID error 2807 is an internal controller error. This can mean a number of things. Firstly, it is possible that the controller card has malfunctioned, essentially making this a hardware issue. Sometimes this is simply because of a poorly seated RAID card, and on other occasions it may be because of a static or shutdown issue that has fried the card.
On some occasions the IBM RAID error can mean a failed single or multiple hard disk drives within the RAID configuration itself. This may be signified by clicking hard drive sounds. When this is the case, there is little the end user can do. Mechanical failures in RAID configurations, including IBM ServeRAID, are more common than you might imagine, and typically require the services of a RAID repair shop such as Hard Drive Recovery Group.
Certified IBM ServeRAID Experts
At Hard Drive Recovery Group, we have been working with popular RAID configurations like the IBM ServeRAID and Dell Poweredge line of servers for over 10 years. Our expertise in recovering from errors such as IBM RAID error 2807 is unsurpassed.
Plus, any consultation is always free. You may not actually require our RAID repair services, but we are always ready to provide you with experienced help, which can be critical when the panic of potential data loss sets in. Contact one of our RAID recovery engineers today by calling our toll-free number above, or by clicking on the link below.