DataTech Labs ® offers data recovery services for all makes and models of hard drives. Our professional hard drive data recovery specialists use state-of-the-art, non-invasive technology to ensure that we recover data from your failed hard drive. Where other companies may consider a failed hard drive unrecoverable, DataTech Labs ® may still be able to recover data thought to be lost.
Hard Drive Evaluation
We offer a free evaluation for single hard drives as long as the drive has not been opened and exposed to air, or had water or fire damage. After performing an evaluation on your hard drive, our engineers will expediently determine the failure of the hard drive, and what the fastest, most cost-effective method the data recovery will be. You will be contacted shortly after the evaluation has been completed, and advised of all options. Our staff understands how difficult it can be to experience a hard drive crash, and will work with you throughout the entire process to ensure a quick recovery of your valuable data.
Types of Hard Drive Data Recovery Services
- Logical Hard Drive Data Recovery – Where a hard drive is still physically working, however, data is not able to be accessed due to corruption, virus infection, lost partition, file deletion, or accidental re-formatting.
- Physical Hard Drive Data Recovery – Where a hard drive has mechanically or physically failed. Typically this hard drive failure is caused by a crashed head, failed motor or damaged PCB board. These hard drives must be opened and examined in our Class 100 Cleanroom.
- Hard Drive Data Recovery from a Natural Disaster – When a hard drive is affected by natural disasters such as a lightning strike, hurricane, tornado, fire, flood or earthquake, we can most likely recover data from that hard drive. Even if your hard drive has been fully submerged for an extended period of time, it is possible to recover data from it.
Hard Drive Recovery for all Makes and Operating Systems
DataTech Labs ® can perform hard drive data recovery on all brands, sizes and models of hard drives. Whether your hard drive is running Windows, Mac, Linux, or UNIX, your data can be recovered in the same format.