- Data Recovery Service
can provide all of your data recovery needs. We provide solutions.
provides data recovery on a full range of hard drives and operating
systems IDE, SCSI, SATA, and external hard drive assemblies. We
recover all makes and models of laptops, notebooks & desktop
We have a high
success rate with hard drive data recovery. Our in-house technicians
can recover data from variety of failures -
Data recovery begins with a evaluation to determine the
potential for recovery and to provide you with a firm price-quote
for your review. The initial diagnosis determines whether the data
on the media is accessible.
Personal computers, workstations,
laptops, servers, PDA's that store data on hard drives, removable
magnetic media, magneto-optical disks or flash RAM cards, all suffer
from the same failures, some of which are:
Deletion of Data
Hard Disk Failure
Inaccessible Boot Volume
Boot Sector Damage
recovery issues are solved without a clean room and at a rate that
won't break your budget. Hard drive repair can also be done on some drives.
Our technicians will
keep you posted on developments with the data-recovery process as
they occur. Work is done on an hourly basis.
When you experience a data loss situation it is extremely important
that you not try to resolve the problem yourself. Doing so can make
matters worse and could result in the complete and permanent loss of
your data. If you don't understand what is happening with your
system, don't do anything, seek the advice of a hard drive data
If your drive is making any unusual noises such as clicking,
grinding or metal scraping, turn it off immediately! This condition
typically indicates a head crash and major media damage. Hard disks
spin at a high rate of speed, anywhere from 3200 to 10,000
revolutions per minute. Extensive damage can occur in a short period
of time if a drive is left running, making the data irretrievable.
In this situation it is best to turn off the system and bring it to
our facility for analysis.
accidentally deleted files, formatted the drive, emptied the Recycle
Bin, DO NOT install any software or save additional files to your
drive. Doing so may permanently overwrite the deleted items. If you
are in the middle of a project when you discover files are missing,
or you believe they have been deleted, save the current project to a
floppy disk, or another storage device. Don't write, install
software, or save anything to the drive where the missing files were
located. Although you probably won't need hard drive repair, you
will want to be safe rather than sorry.
For more information on
Computer Zone Solutions or Preventative Maintenance Programs,
please call 405.844.5520.