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Drive not detected

If the drive is connected and configured correctly and still doesn’t detect, we can fix this.

Drive not spinning

Your HDD doesn’t make any noise when your computer is turned on. Could be software/virus problem, but usually its the drive itself.

Clicking / Noises

Strange noises are a sure sign of physical damage to your hard drive. Bring these in so our clean-room techs can diagnose.

RAID / NAS drive not detected

A RAID system or NAS drive that no longer detects can be caused by a myriad of potential issues.

Drive too slow

Your drive boots or is recognized (often very slowly), but the recovery or transfer of the data isn’t possible or practical.

Dropped Drive / Impact Damage

The drive or computer was dropped, knocked down, tipped over, punched, thrown, smashed, or had something fall on it.

Electrical Damage

Your drive has suffered some kind of electrical damage (power surge, blackout, lightning, etc.)

Missing Files/Folders

You can’t find a file or group of files that you know should be on the hard drive.

Liquid Damage

A liquid spill or submersion in liquid has rendered your hard drive or SSD inoperable.

Errors After Upgrade

After the installation of hardware, software, or both, your system isn’t running correctly, and you are not able to access your important files.

Damaged USB Connection

It’s quite common for us to see external hard drives and flash drives that have damaged USB ports.

Deleted Files / Formatted Drive

We’ve recovered data from hundreds of deleted or formatted drives over the years!

Fire / Smoke Damage

The drive or computer has been in a fire or subjected to smoke or heat damage from a fire.

Blue Screen of Death

Sometimes drives with these symptoms aren’t too bad, but other times the damage causing the symptom can be severe.

Can’t Access Files

This is a very common problem, and is often a symptom of bad sectors and/or a failing drive.

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Nowadays Life is so fast and most of our memories and other necessary data are in our pockets. But when sometimes by mistake or accidentally we lose our data this thing is very painful for us. When we lost our data, we want it back. Sometimes we can’t live without it. And we get it: nobody wants to lose their precious memories.
Data recovery is a process that allows you to recover data that was lost due to accidental deletion, file corruption, or damage. It is an important step in ensuring that your company’s data management system can be maintained over time.

Your Content We offer a wide range of data recovery services, including:

– Hard Disk Drive-HDD Data Recovery
– Solid State Drive-SSD Data Recovery
– Nvme/M.2 Data Recovery

– Mobile data recovery

– Apple Devices Data Recovery

– Laptop Internal Memory Data Recovery

– USB Legacy Data Recovery

– Latest USB Data recovery

– Memory card data recovery

What is data recovery?

Data recovery is the process of restoring data that has been lost, accidentally deleted, corrupted, or made inaccessible. In enterprise IT, data recovery typically refers to restoring data to a desktop, laptop, server, or external storage system from a backup.
How successful is data recovery?
In about 75-80% of cases at least 75% of the files can be recovered. If there is an NTFS volume involved, averages are a bit worse: 40% chance for a successful recovery (at least 90% of files) and about 75% chance to recover at least 70% of the files.

How does data recovery work?
In the case of accidental data deletion, data recovery software uses deterministic and heuristic algorithms to find the location of deleted files, and then attempts to recover as much of the data as possible. However, the chances of successful data recovery depend largely on the file system of the device in question.

How long does data recovery take?
Generally, data recovery will take 2-5 days. However, the time it takes to recover data will vary depending on the problem. After a technician takes a look and diagnoses the problem you will get a better estimate of the time it will take to recover your data.

Do data recovery companies look at your files?
If you’re talking about a data recovery service, they’re necessarily going to at least see the *names* of the files. They’re trying to recover the files after all. As for opening the files, while they’re technically not supposed to be opening files that have nothing to do with the repair…well…things happen.