Professional data recovery since 1999. Recognised as the UK's leading data recovery company we perform data recovery for from all manufacturers of desktop, server and laptop computers. Data recovered from failed internal and external hard disks, SSDs and all other computer storage media. We offer a free diagnosis and a no recovery no fee policy on all standard services.
Hard drive recovery services for all manufacturers of computers. We perform work for customers throughout the world with our state-of-the-art equipment.
We have developed expert knowledge to recover data from computer based hard disks, including desktop, solid state drives (SSD), laptop, servers, RAID arrays and external hard disks. Our senior data recovery engineer is recognised throughout the world as an expoert in data recovery he is the UK representative for the Global Data Recovery Alliance.
We can perform data recovery from IDE/ATA, SATA, eSATA, uSATA, SCSI, SAS, USB, Firewire, Fibre Channel and all makes of Laptop computers including 1.8 inch hard disks with any type of interface. We can recover drives with OEM firmware such as Dell EMC, Clarion and AS400 formatted hard disks.
We also recover data from RAID arrays of all manufacturers of servers, NAS and SAN running any file system including Windows Server, Linux, MAC, Novell, Guardian, SNAP OS and UNIX, Broadberry data recovery specialists. Compaq, HP Dell, Fujitsu, IBM, Sun and all other makes of server, SAN and other RAID based storage including advanced format SAN systems.
Recovery of deleted files.
If you have deleted files from your computer, contact us on 0800 072 3282
- There will be no diagnosis fee*
- If it is not possible to recover the data you need - no charge.
- All our prices are on a fixed quotation basis.
- There are no hidden charges.
* Return courier delivery is charged at cost for unrecoverable media. Hard disks that have been opened prior to us receiving it may incur a diagnosis fee.
Common Problems we have seen with computer media are.
- Unreadable sectors/bad sectors.
Common problem that we are able to work around. A computer will try to read bad areas in sequence, where we read around the bad sectors and only attempt to read them when the remainder of the data is safe.
- Slow hard disk / hanging computer.
This can also be caused by bad sectors but can also be a firmware related problem. When recovering this type of problem the firmware area is examined first and repairs made where necessary.
- Head and Preamp failure
Symptoms of this problem are generally clicking or ticking noises coming from the computer. Heads can become physically damaged when exposed to shock or static electricity. The extent of any platter damage will determine the outcome of the recovery.
- RAID Controller Failure
This results with no access to the data on the RAID system. Can sometimes be repaired by replacing the controller card, but in some cases RAID configuration information is stored in memory on the controller.
- Broken Memory Stick
This happens as the connector gets weak as the unit is inserted and removed into a computer. Any excessive upward or downward force can snap the memory stick in two. This is not usually a problem as we remove the physical memory chips and recover the data directly.
- Dropped Laptop
A very common problem that usually results with all data recovered. Usually the hard disk is turned off when a computer is dropped meaning that there is minimal damage to the platters. Also, many devices have shock sensor devices built in to minimise damage caused by dropping.
- Liquid Damage
We have recovered data from laptops been dropped down stairs, into ponds and had all manner of liquid spilt on them - tea. coffee, beer, wine, you name it! We have even recovered data from a USB stick that has been through the washing machine!
Whatever has happened to your data, there is a very good chance that it is recoverable. After all, we offer a no recover no fee policy and have done since our company was founded in 1999 and we are still going strong.
Please contact us on 0800 072 3282 where you can talk directly to a data recovery engineer