We know everything about data loss and understand how severe its consequences can be. Since 2003, SalvageData has been professionally retrieving missing information from all types of drives with a 96% success rate, helping companies stay in business and rescuing precious memories of thousands of individuals around the world.
If your crucial files seem to be in trouble and can no longer be accessed, simply pass us your faulty device in any convenient way for a free examination. Our experienced specialists will quickly diagnose the problem and find the most effective way to solve it, saving you from unnecessary stress and unwanted waste of money.
Providing high quality data recovery services for individuals and companies across the USA, today we are proud to be one of the most trusted names in the industry. As challenging as your case may be, we have the advanced equipment and the knowledge to find a solution and bring your data back to life.
We believe that transparency of the recovery procedure is one of the most important conditions for quality service. Once our engineers are done receiving your data, you'll be sent a list of obtained files to verify that all the essential information can be accessed again, and decide whether you want to work with us.
As soon as the amount of restored data is specified, you’ll be provided with an exact recovery quote. Although we seek to keep prices to a minimum, the total cost will depend on the damage your device has suffered and, hence, the complexity of the recovery work.
Depending on the condition of your drive and your wishes, we can securely return the drive with all the retrieved information back to you via shipping, by transferring the files on a new device, or simply sending them to you digitally.
How to properly handle a failed external drive to avoid losing important data
If you think your external hard drive may be suffering from a mechanical issue, electrical failure or logical problem, you should power it off immediately to avoid unintentional damage to the media.
Keep your external drive turned off until you talk to an experienced data recovery specialist. If the problem is with the components of the drive itself, the slightest shock can cause damage to its parts, thus putting your valuable data at risk.
Be sure to contact us for high quality restoration services. To make an event like a drive failure less stressful, SalvageData offers you a free inspection of your device. In addition, adhering to our No Data, No Charge policy, we wont charge you if we fail to recover your data.
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How do I get my
data back from you?Bogdan Glushko2019-07-23T14:59:57-05:00
Depending on the volume of data retrieved from your external drive, we can either
send it to a new external media, or pass it via download. Data download restrictions are 50 GB for economy
service, 100 GB for expedited, and 500 GB for an emergency.
A client may request to cancel the service project at any point before the recovery
is accepted. If the customer has already approved service based on the quote provided by SALVAGEDATA Recovery
and provided a credit card, a cancellation fee equal or the greater of either $200 or 20% of the quoted service
fee will apply.
This issue could be an electrical issue due to a power surge or faulty power
supply. Depending on how urgent files are needed, searching for backup file information is your best temporary
fix while your device is being worked on. If files are not backed up, that does not mean the information is gone
This could be due to a problem with the
BIOS settings, a physical hard drive issue, or a connection failure. If the drive is removed and inserted into a
different computer but is unable to work properly, you should contact a data recovery
When a hard drive physically stops working, that is the
crash. When this happens, a drive can fail to boot, respond slowly, or not power on at all. A computer not
turning on is a sign that the hard drive could have crashed.