What is data recovery?
Data recovery is a process of restoration of lost / inaccessible files from a storage media caused by various factors that may lead to different types of damages.
We can offer
- State-of-the-art equipment and technology processes in our specialized lab
- Readiness to help 24 hours a day all year round
- Full confidentiality of your data
- Diagnostics totally free of charge
- Very competitive pricing
- Payment only in case of successful recovery
- Comprehensive discount policies (volume, student, referral, partner, etc.)
- On-line tracking of your order and history
- Partner programs with strong marketing & technical support
We recover data from a wide range of media, platforms, types of corrupted files & RAID arrays.
What happened to my data?
- Have you lost access to your crucial business or personal data?
- Have you accidentally deleted or formatted your drive or other media?
- Have hours, weeks or even months of your work been wasted?
- Are your files corrupted?
- Are you unable to view pictures or other data on your memory card or flash disk?
- Are you unable to boot your PC or server?
If any of the above conditions occurs, you can start the recovery process by filling in the diagnostics order form.
- Scratched surface
- Faulty electronics (inner / outer)
- Non-functional motor
- Broken or damaged reading heads
- Seized bearings
- Bad sectors
- Faulty controller
- Deleted data
- Formatted data
- Initialized RAID arrays
- Damaged servo data
- Natural disasters
Some signs that indicate that your data may have been or might become lost
- Some folders or files are missing or inaccessible
- Your drive or other media are not detected
- Your documents are corrupted
- Your system does not boot or freezes
- Your files on your CD, flash disk, etc. cannot be read or copied
- Your camera or printer cannot read from or write to a memory card
- Strange noises
Stored data can be damaged by
- Mechanical faults
- Electronic faults
- Power outages
- Natural disasters
- Virus attacks
- OS or application breakdown
- Human factor
- Production faults