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$299 Data Recovery is a data retrieval company dedicated to the recovery of lost or corrupted data. It involves the salvaging of data from damaged, corrupted, failed or inaccessible storage media when normal data access methods cannot be executed. When you lose important data, it is never fun. The more you use or try to recover your data on a damaged or failed drive, the more chances you have of losing your data forever. You would not trust a non professional to perform surgery on you, why trust a non professional to retrieve your data?! We at $299 Data Recovery are certified professionals with over 40 years experience in the data retrieval business.
Common signs for a failing hard drive include sluggish performance, unusual noises (clicking or loud component sounds), and an increase number of corrupted files. These are textbook symptoms for the inevitably of a failing hard drive and action should be taken quickly to save your files from being lost forever. In some cases with clicking drives or drives that do not detect, there is a chance of a partial head failure, which may result in a partial data retrieval. It is important to shut off any drive that is clicking or not detecting to prevent further damage to the drive and more data loss.
Viruses & Malware
Is your computer acting weird? Are boxes popping up on your screen, telling you your computer is infected? Are you hearing strange sounds? Your computer may have been infected with malware or a virus.
It's not always easy to determine whether your computer has become infected with a virus, worm, Trojan or spyware; authors of malicious software do their best to disguise their work. Let us recover your data before you are a victim of a ransomware virus, once your data is encrypted with a modern ransom virus, there is no way to recover it without paying the expensive ransom.
Dropped your laptop or spilled a beverage on it and it no longer works or screen is cracked? We offer several services to help you get back on track, from data retrieval to possible computer repair and or screen replacement. Some times if a computer is dropped or knocked over it can damage your hard drive leading to a catastrophic data loss. We can properly test your computer or drive to see if it suffered damage and retrieve your data if necessary. We can also quote you on repairing your computer in case you would like to have a complete running system after data retrieval.
Sudden power outages or power failures are a critical issue and may lead to a data loss situation due to system failure. It’s always suggested to keep a backup of your data. But what if there is no backup? Alternatively, the lost data can be recovered in a no back up situation. In most cases we can recover your data! It is important to not add more data to your computer after a power failure if you are missing data. If you add more or download anything further, you stand a chance of overwriting your lost data, which would result in it being lost forever.
If you can't find a file on your computer or you accidentally modified or deleted a file, we can help. Whenever you accidentally delete a file(s) or you notice your important files missing, it is important to shut down your computer immediately and not to add or download anything new because you stand a chance of overwriting your missing data, which would drop your chances of successfully recovering it and it being lost forever. Submit "Start Your Recovery" ticket and give us an approximate list of what is missing and we can recover your files for you.
Drive Removal & Reassembly
Not too sure how to remove your drive or is your computer a MacBook without removable storage? Send the entire computer in and we can remove the drive for you for anywhere from $50-$199 depending on the model of unit. We can also quote you to repair the entire unit so you have a complete functioning unit upon return from our recovery lab! (Additional fees apply to hardware repairs, you can choose to get a quote to repair your unit when you start the recovery process online)