• Hard Disk Recovery

  • Logical Data Recovery

    Logical recovery involves retrieving deleted files, or files from a formatted device.  If the device was used after deleting the files or formatting the storage, there is a good chance that some files may be missing from the recovery or the recovered files could be corrupt.   If you're looking to have a logical recovery performed, it is advised to immediately stop using the device and power it off until it's brough in for recovery in order to minimize corruption of your data.

     

  • PCB and/or Controller Board Data Recovery

    Firmware/Translator and other circuit board issues (75% of recoveries we see fall under this category) All hard drives have circuit boards with firmware, translator, eprom and other chips. These chips can lose their programming (burnt or corrupted). If this occurs specialized tools are required to re-program the boards and recover the data.

  • Clean Room or Physical Hard Disk Recovery

    Hard drives have many moving parts such as heads, motors, actuator arms etc. If physical failure of these components is the cause of the data loss then the drive is opened in a Class 100 Clean Room. In this environment the drive can be inspected and damaged components can be replaced. Once the drive is workable an image is created. We then conduct a disk recovery off the image and put the recovered data onto a destination drive.

    just call us at 716-539-9555 with a brief description of the problem or contact us through this online form and we will provide you with options on how to proceed.