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At Datarecovery.com, our goal is to provide fast, comprehensive and affordable data recovery solutions along with an outstanding customer experience. Our highly capable team is redefining the data recovery process by offering faster, more accurate, and technically superior results. When disaster strikes, we’re ready to help. Call us now at 800.237.4200 or click start data recovery to open a ticket.

Trust the data recovery experts.

Datarecovery.com is the professional’s choice. We operate clean-room labs across the US and Canada and employ skilled, experienced engineers. That’s why NASA, the Department of Homeland Security, and more than 90% of the nation’s Fortune 500 companies regularly trust us with their data.

Datarecovery.com gives you the highest probability of a full recovery. We’ve produced tools and methods that are unique to the industry and provide quick and reliable results at an affordable cost.  Choose your medium type above to learn more about your type of data recovery process, or click start data recovery now to get a free quote.

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Rescue, Reconstruct & Heal

Since the terror attacks of September 11th, 2001, we’ve learned that it’s possible to recover from even the worst disasters.  On a much smaller scale, data loss can be devastating, but remembering how America recovered in 2001 can be something to keep in mind when you’ve experienced data loss.  Our staff is always available to discuss your situation, answer your questions, and provide support.

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What is Data Recovery?

Data recovery is a professional service in which digital information is recovered from a hard drive, web server, cell phone, or other device.

This process is usually performed in a cleanroom by trained engineers. Damaged devices are temporarily repaired and the data is transferred to a second device (usually an external hard drive or flash drive). When files are deleted, corrupt, or otherwise damaged, engineers will work directly with the data to restore them, using software tools to return access.

What Factors Determine the Cost of Recovery?

Since we started our  flat rate pricing for single hard disks, we’ve taken the guessing game out of data recovery pricing. In the past, cost was determined by the relative difficulty of the case. Device model number, firmware revision, and operating system made a huge difference, but the biggest factor was the type of failure. We’ve averaged the cost so that there is no longer such a thing as $3000 or higher to recover a single hard disk. Everyone pays the same price and there is no bait-and-switch as sometimes seen at other data recovery facilities.

Common types of data loss:

  • Damaged Hard Drive Heads
  • Bad Sectors
  • Electronic Issues and PCB Damage
  • RAID Failures
  • Fire Damage
  • Water Damage
  • File Deletion and Virus Damage

Datarecovery.com is one of the only companies with multiple full-service locations, each of which is equipped with ISO 5 clean-room technology. We also perform data recovery services from phone, SSD (chip-off), RAID, and tape.

What Should I Know When Looking for a Data Recovery Company?

Make sure to look for companies that offer a free evaluation or flat rate. Look for an experienced company that has been around for 10 or more years. Ask about their tools — every hard drive data recovery company should use an ISO 5 cleanroom or equivalent technology to protect your media— and make sure that they’ve worked on similar cases in the past.

The best file recovery companies won’t charge for unrecoverable data. Datarecovery.com opened in 1998, and we introduced the first no data, no charge policy. We work with major companies and small businesses, and we’re ready to restore your files quickly and safely.

Speak with a specialist today. Call 1.800.237.4200.

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These guys put the PRO in professionalism.

- Norris C. Warren

I have to tell you that it is a great feeling knowing that if a drive goes bad, there is a place I can now rely on to recover my data.

- Paul Dugo JJ Flash MediaWorks