Data Recovery



Hard drive failure is an inevitable fact of life — whether its your own fault or just an unfortunate byproduct of age. There will also come a time in your life when you’re going to want to recover a thing or two from said dead drive.

Your computer’s hard drive stores everything from your precious baby photos and financial data to your coveted illegal music catalog and work documents, among other things. To put it simply, your hard drive is essentially your life housed in a little mechanical box that functions as a data vault, one that can leave you utterly broken when it decides enough is enough. Although discouraging, hard drive failure doesn’t necessarily mean all is lost (though it can), it is possible to salvage and recover information and data contents from that expensive paperweight of yours. It just takes a bit of effort and a hell of a lot of luck.

We aren’t going to sugarcoat it for you, recovering a dead or damaged hard drive can be a real pain. The process can be utterly time consuming, frustrating, costly, and, in many cases, completely moot.



There are 3 Levels of Hard Drive Recovery. When you book a hard drive recovery with us we analyse the condition of the Hard Drive and advise you what level it falls into, the recovery process, cost and turn around time.


Different Levels of DATA Recovery

Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Virus, Spywares
Short Dst Failure
Head Damage
Blue Screen -BSOD
Occasional Clicking
Platter Damage
Unmountable Volume
Firmware Damage
Encryption Recovery
Human Error - Erase/Delete
Smart Failure
Burnt Hard Drive
Missing Boot Files
Damaged File Structure
Acuator Damage