Data Recovery

Damaged hard Drive? STOP! Don’t make it worse!
Trust your hard drive to Data Recovery professionals!

The Computer Hospital offers instant evaluation of your critical data situation. While we can't guarantee that we can get your data back immediately we can give you a "Free" evaluation that will help give you an idea of the cost to recover your precious information. We have helped many people retrieve their data for as little as $80.00. Don't get me wrong, I'm not telling you that we can get your data back for as little as that. But if you ask for data recovery, most places will give you data recovery regardless of whether you needed it or not, along with a bill reflective of that request. Bring it to us and let us diagnose the status of your drive while you wait.

Be careful what you ask for!

Many a computer repair guy has heard "data recovery" and his eyes will light up. Cha-ching! What you may consider data recovery may be nothing more than copying the files from one hard drive to another.

The Computer Hospital offers instant evaluation of your critical data situation. While we can't guarantee that we can get your data back immediately we can give you a "Free" evaluation that will help give you an idea of the cost to recover your precious information. We have helped many people retrieve their data for as little as $80.00. Don't get me wrong, I'm not telling you that we can get your data back for as little as that. But if you ask for data recovery, most places will give you data recovery regardless of whether you needed it or not, along with a bill reflective of that request. Bring it to us and let us diagnose the status of your drive while you wait.

Unless your drive is clicking, squealing or just plain dead, request a data transfer not data recovery. Let the tech tell you that you need data recovery. Otherwise, you may get a bill for what you requested rather than what you needed.

Choosing the right professional data recovery company is possibly the most important decision you will make when you have lost data, whatever the reason: virus, formatted, disc damaged, archives deleted, sabotage, fire, flood, mechanical damage, blocked system, partitioning; if there is damage on the surface of the platters , power peaks and failures, knocks and bangs... “It's very important never to leave data in unqualified engineering hands, as data recovery requires years of experience, leading edge recovery equipment and above all a deep understanding of the problem and solution.

The recovery of stored data can be done from any type of storage device, or operating system. Our R&D department can recover data from most operating systems, including unusual or obsolete systems. Never leave data in unqualified engineering hands, as data recovery requires years of experience.

For situations involving true hard drive failure we offer a free diagnostic analysis service to ascertain what is wrong with your storage media within a couple of days . Diagnosing the problem involves a team approach bringing together the multi-faceted talents of our various engineers , who can apply their experience and knowledge to the problem. As a word of warning we would advise you not to trust supposed professionals, that way you will simply find that they speculate with the value of your information. Meticulous analysis in our laboratories enables us to keep our prices very tight.

HEALTH WARNING: - We advise clients not to trust companies who do not have extensive Blue Chip client base references, coupled with many years of experience. Many drives end up in our laboratory for recovery after being unnecessarily damaged by recovery companies run by amateurs and enticed by a low prices and exorbitant claims.

HERE ARE SOME OF THE MOST COMMON DATA RECOVERY SERVICES WE PROVIDE:

  • Hard drive makes clicking sound

  • Mechanical hard drive failure

  • Hard drive surface damage

  • Accidental data or file deletion

  • Accidental reformatting of RAID

  • Deleted or corrupted log file

  • File system corruption

  • Laptop Hard Drive recovery

  • Inaccessible drive files

  • External drive turns on but no files