Fast Data Recovery
Our experts have years of experience in restoring data for fo businesses.
We provide emergency data recovery services on media like
internal/external hard drives, RAID systems, digital tapes…
We are approved by major storage device manufacturers to
retain any warranties associated with the media…
Time is critical for lost information and the downtime your business will experience can be costly.
Our data experts will quickly assess and recover your data on a media device of your choice.
Data lost or deleted from USB drive is a common issue.
Here is the thing—files that get deleted aren’t usually truly deleted but are instead just hidden, waiting to be overwritten by something else.
You can take advantage of this fact and recover deleted files you want back!
Time Required to recover deleted file could take a few minutes or up to an hour or so.
You should be making regular backups of your most important files so you won’t lose too much critical data if your files ever vanish on you.
If you do have a backup, now’s the time to check it for a copy of the file you deleted. And if you don’t have a backup, you really should.
Windows has some good backup tools built in. In particular, Windows’ File History tool is useful for easily recovering
deleted files and older versions of files, but it’s not enabled by default.
Don’t do anything to your memory card once you realize photos have been deleted.
This means, don’t take any more photos on the card and remove it from the camera immediately.
You will need to contact us for further assessment.
If you’ve accidentally formatted your card or you suspect it has become corrupted, there are ways to recover your images.
You will need a card reader, a computer, the memory card in question and nerves of steel.
Although drives are only getting bigger and prices keep coming down, we keep running low on space on our Windows 10 devices as we continue to download tons of files from the internet, take a lot of photos, and create videos of almost anything.
This is even more of concern on low-cost devices that include limited storage, or when using a Solid-State Drive (SSD), which are still quite expensive than traditional rotating platter hard drives (HDD).