Recover your Hard Drive / Solid State Drive (SSD) Data
We can retrieve data from faulty hard drives (internal or external) including SSD Drives (SSD SATA, M SATA, M2 NVME)
Photo & Data Recovery
We can retrieve photos, documents, videos, music and other important information.
We can backup to another device
If you have a backup device we can recover your files too we can recover your files on to that or you can purchase one-off us.
* Software based recovery and some hardware fixes.
How do we do the data recovery on your device?
Step 1 : Check if device powers up, sounds and detection
We first test your device to see if it powers up, the sounds it makes and the way it is detected on the computer, this will give us a general indication of how bad the problem might be.
If the hard drive is within an external case we may need to remove the case and access the hard drive directly.
Step 3 : Attempt Data Recovery using different software methods
If the second steps fails and there are good transfer speeds, if possible we will try a data recovery attempt using recovery software to see what can be retrieved.
Step 2 : See if we can directly access and copy any data
The next step is to see if we can access any data and to test the speed and error rate of the transfer. Really bad speeds and lack of access is determined a serious problem.
If there are no problems we can copy the data and put it into an external hard drive or computer for you.
Step 4 : Direct disk access sector copy of the device
If the third step fails we will attempt a direct disk access sector copy of the data and store it inside a image which we can process later. Whatever we retrieve we can work with.
This can be a long process depending on transfer rate
Step 5 : Perform a recovery on the data collected from the sector copy
With the data retrieved from the sector copy we can then perform a recovery on files from within the image. We can search for specific files or try and reconstruct the image to a new hard drive how it was before, depending on the state of the recovered image.