You can set your DVR or CCTV recordings to be saved automatically into an external HDD or RAID array.
You still can access your DVR remotely, and it allows you to search specific events among the recordings or sort them by time and date.
You also can set a configuration that will write new recordings over the older ones as the storage gets full.
If you have no intention of overwriting new footage on older ones, you can contact SalvageData. It’s possible to restore part of overwritten files. To increase the success, disable the configuration, backup the data, and send it to our experts before formatting to open space for the new video recordings.
DVR recording format is very specific. Besides, most security devices like DVR and CCTV uses video multiplexing, which employs multi-cameras with a single storage point, making it more difficult for recovering.
Yet, not impossible. With top-the-edge tools and techniques, plus a certified recovery room, our experts can restore your footage.
Applying specialized software to the DVR data allows us to get a complete sequence from each camera. Each case and device specification require different attention and approach. But the result is always the same: your data is recovered.
While studies demonstrate that more than 60% of companies go out of business within six months after serious data loss, SalvageData has been successfully combating this disappointing statistic for more than two decades now with high-end equipment and cutting-edge data recovery technologies.
Call us 24/7 or fill out a quick form to start your case. Our highly qualified engineers are able to quickly and accurately identify the problem and choose the best approach to retrieve files that will be most effective in your specific case.
You’ll receive a prepaid shipping label and instructions to send your media over to our lab. Rest assured that we’ll employ all of our technical capability and decades of data recovery experience to solve the issue of any kind of storage device and restore your CCTV, RCA, TiVo, Tablo, Dish Network, or DVR data.
In order to offer our customers the best experience and make the recovery procedure as convenient and transparent as possible, we provide a list of recovered items for your review as soon as the process of retrieving the files is completed.
The final cost is based on the complexity of the recovery (logical errors are usually cheaper than mechanical failures) and according to the chosen service option.
The retrieved files can either be transferred along with your own device, depending on its condition or by downloading the data onto a new device, all via safe shipping. If size allows it, we can simply send the files over digitally.