Data Recovery starting from $299.00 and Up
*Data Recovery for I phone & Smartphone.
Chip off Data recovery.
Iphone, Smart phone, Logic board etc.
If your phone is not turn on or keep rebooting, we will fixed
- Hard Drives
- Flash Drives
- Raid System
- CD Memory
- Zip & Floppy Disc
- CDs & Tapes
Any type of media starting from $299.00
- Logic board (controller) failures.
- Broken power/data connectors (requires fine soldering).
- Spindle/arm driver chip failure (requires replacement of either a logic board, or a chip, additional repairs may be needed depending on the true cause of the problem).
- Head block pre-amplification failure (platter box must be opened).
- Moving parts failures.
- Head crash.
Spindle bearing seizure or spindle motor failure.
• Firmware corruption (requires special software and sometimes special connection arrangement).
• From thumbdrive to RAID, when businesses and individuals need first-rate data recovery service in the shortest amount of time, they choose us.
Local Data Recovery Hdd,Raid, SSD, Phones tablets from $299
We do Data Recovery for Hard Drive , SSD, Raid ,Flash Memory, CD,DVD, Cellphones , tablets any type of media Starting from $ 299.00 and up.
Phone repairs Iphones and any Smartphone CPU chip transplant for data. Samsung and Iphones.
Water damaged data recoveries on any phones and tablets.
Chip off data recovery.
Micro Soldering repairs caused by technician damages.
Data recovery including heads replacement, chip off motherboard repair on mobile phone
Common Hard drive problems which we can solve:
Damaged Heads – Clicking/Knocking sound
Seized Spindle Motor – Buzzing sound
Damaged Printed Circuit Board – No power
Bad Sectors – Read Errors
Firmware Corruption – common with Seagate 7200.11 drives
File System Corruption
Unable to access any data
Hard disk not detected
Deleted files/Reformatted hard disk
like Logic board (controller) failures.
Broken power/data connectors (requires fine soldering).
Spindle/arm driver chip failure (requires replacement of either a logic board, or a chip; additional repairs may be needed depending on the true cause of the problem).
Head block pre-amplification failure (platter box must be opened).
Any Moving parts failures.
Spindle bearing seizure or spindle motor failure.
Firmware corruption (requires special software and sometimes special connection arrangement).
From thumbdrive to RAID, when businesses and individuals need first-rate data recovery service in the shortest amount of time, they choose us. This is because our technology, turnaround, and success is second to none
35 YEARS EXPERINCE
Physical problems clicking noise, or logical damage
RAID and NAS:
If your server has gone down due to a hard disk drive or RAID array failure, productivity can come to a complete halt and severely impact the productivity and business continuity.
Some of the most common problems with RAID and NAS include situations where 2 hard drives fail in a RAID 5 array, or 1 hard drive fails in a RAID-0 array, or a Network Attached Storage External hard drive’s RAID controller/enclosure has failed. Most problems are caused by hard disk wear & tear, firmware corruption, shock/impact to the hard drives, or overheating. Most servers or RAID systems are turned on 24 hours a day and are never shut down. Frequently, RAID-5 systems suddenly report 2 drives as ‘dead’ since 1 drive normally dies at an earlier time without being noticed. This way, the system keeps working on a problem which is’t discovered until the 2nd drive actually fails rendering the system Offline. Don’t worry – in most of these cases, we can still recover your data.
The time needed to recover data from a RAID array can vary depending on the brand & model of the RAID Controller, RAID configuration, file system type, the problem with the hard drives, ability to locate spare parts if needed and the condition of the data in RAID Array when we receive the drives.
Some RAID arrays can be rebuilt in 1 day, others take several days, or in some difficult cases, weeks! We really need to test the drives, examine the data on the drives, and only then can we determine the cost and time-frame required for the recovery.
Recovering data from a RAID array requires many years of experience in this specific area of Data Recovery field.
If you notice a RAID Problem:
Do not attempt to repair or rebuild your RAID array. If done incorrectly or with the wrong stripe block size or drive order, this may corrupt your data permanently. Don’t risk it!
Shut Down your RAID System, leave all of the hard drives powered off. The sooner you do this, the higher are the chances your data can be recovered quickly and at less cost to you.
Carefully Remove each disk from your RAID array and note the number the Disk Bay number they are removed from or label them with the SCSI ID or Disk ID if this is known. Otherwise number them in the order you remove it (e.g. top to bottom, Disk 0, Disk1, Disk2, Disk 3, Disk 4).
Contact Data Recovey Specialist.
Put each disk into an anti-static bag and wrap in bubble wrap to ensure the best protection during transport. We do not need your server, RAID controller or any cables, only hard drives.