Data Recovery Southampton: Hard drives, external hard disk drives, network assisted storage (NAS), storage area networks (SANs), storage nodes, RAID arrays, mainframes, customised mainframes, memory sticks, SD flash cards – you name is our expert engineers can recover data from it and return it to its owners as it was before it became lost or inaccessible. For more information on how we can provide you with the premier data recovery solutions in Southampton and Hampshire as well as a no obligation quote call our team today on 01752 479547.
Every computer user fears the day when their hard drive or similar such storage device will fail and present them with an error message saying that the data they are trying to access no longer exists. Our data recovery Southampton engineers know only too well what this feels like (it can after all happen to anyone even our engineers have experienced it at one time or another) and so they can offer advice and support as well as the premier data recovery solutions when it comes to retrieving said data.
When we have been approached in the past by a great many client we have been asked if there are any restrictions on the kinds of data we can recover and what we can recover it from. Our data recovery Southampton engineers are able to recover data from any storage device and have done so for businesses, domestic users, educational institutions, government bodies, healthcare professionals – the list is endless. And as we recover data for anyone we offer a variety of recovery solutions that suit all budgets and timescales.
From desktop PCs, laptops, RAID servers, email servers, mainframes to manufacturing setups that fill entire rooms, our data recovery personnel can deal with the recovery of data from them all. For more information and a no obligation quote call us today on 01752 479547.
I’ve been told the firmware is corrupt, what does that mean?
Firmware is a small but vital program that is embedded either on the boot sector of a more modern drive or on what is known as a ‘logic board’ (controller board) that is fitted to older model drives. This program is something that most users don’t even consider until it causes them a problem and its primary function is to govern how the hard drive (or other storage device) functions in relation to the other components to which it is attached, such as the motherboard. Our data recovery Southampton personnel have recovered data from a great number of hard drives and other such storage devices that have suffered from this issue and have been able to do so using images of the data from the drives so the physical disk has not been touched.
If you have found that your hard drive has failed and suspect it might be as a result of corrupt or failing firmware call our data recovery Southampton team today on 01752 479547 and speak to an engineer who will provide you with a no obligation quotation (this may include an additional charge if the drive has suffered mechanical failure), a preliminary diagnosis of the problem plus details of how our No Fix No Fee guarantee works for you. If you are happy with the explanation we have provided you with and wish us to recover your data we require the disk to be sent to us here at our data recovery Southampton and Hampshire centre. You can do this by post, courier or in person.
Having received your hard drive our data recovery Southampton personnel will make a definitive diagnosis of the problem and report back to you by email with details of our findings as well as a comprehensive list of all the data that can be successfully recovered. (If the data exceeds our standard 30GBs allowance which is normally recovered to data DVD we ask that you purchase an external storage device from our stocks). If you are happy to continue we ask that you make payment to us by BACS or credit/debit card (we do not accept PayPal) and on receipt of payment we will recover your data to its new media and return it to you via next day courier. For more information or a no obligation quote call our team today on 01752 479547. Our lines and data recovery centre are operational Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm (except Christmas and Easter).