Data recovery services for all hard disks, servers and raid systems, virtual machines, laptop computers, memory cards, USB sticks tape and all other magnetic, optical and digital computer storage systems. We offer a free diagnosis, second opinions and no recovery no fee policy contact us now on 0800 072 3282
Hard drive recovery services for all manufacturers of computers. We perform work for customers throughout the world with our state-of-the-art equipment and proprietary data recovery software. We have developed expert knowledge to recover data from all computers hard drives and SSD for desktop, laptop, servers, RAID arrays, NAS and external hard disks.
Data recovery from IDE, SATA, SCSI, Fibre Channel. For Laptops, Desktop, Server and RAID systems. For more information see our section on hard disk recovery
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Raid recovery software developed in house is used to help rebuild cases where commercially available software is not up to the task of recovery, for example an incorrect rebuild on raid systems after a drive failure. For more details see our raid recovery section
Have others tried and failed with your NAS? Why not try us it will not cost you anything to find out, even for a second opinion. See our NAS Data Recovery section for more details.
Common computer failures
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. Some common problems are described below (click on the signs below to read the articles)
Recovery of deleted files.
If you have deleted files from your computer, contact us on 0800 072 3282. The recoverability of deleted files depends purely on what the operating system is and what has been done since the files were deleted. In most cases deleted files are recoverable through the Recycle bin or trash, but if they have been emptied then problem is more severe. First thing to do is power off the machine at the wall. Do not shut down as normal as pending disk operations may remove the exact data you need.