Seagate is renowned for their HDDs, hybrid drives, SSDs. SalvageData has the certification to safely restore your data in a timely manner. Our experience with Seagate allows us to work on your devices without compromising your warranty.
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Seagate data recovery near you
With over two billion hard drives shipped, Seagate is a world leader in storage technology. No matter the damage, you can trust we’ll get your data back. SalvageData has over 100 locations across the United States and is partnered with Fedex for free, safe packaging at any of their offices. Quickly find one of our data recovery centers near you.
QUALIFIED DATA RECOVERY SERVICES
SalvageData has acquired all the necessary certifications to recover data from Seagate devices while following strict data privacy and data security protocols.
Get your data recovered in a ISO-certified laboratory and highly-rated professionals with years of experience in secure data recovery.
Successful data recovery depends on an in-depth understanding of the fundamentals of different OS architectures. And SalvageData supports them all.
Apple Operating Systems
Data recovery on Apple devices is one of our core specialties. Whether it’s Mac Pro, Mac Mini, MacBook, Air, iMac, or any other iOS device you need help with, we offer 96.7% successful recovery of missing files — with complete confidentiality of the retrieved data being guaranteed, of course.
Our qualified Windows data recovery team can help you reclaim valuable information from damaged or encrypted disks, corrupted file systems, formatted or resized partitions, as well as to regain access to missing media files erased due to accidental deletions or virus attacks.
SalvageData’s expertise in retrieving missing files on Linux computers covers all data loss scenarios, including those caused by physical damage to the HDD, logical failures, file system corruption, malware infection and other errors that may prevent you from accessing important data.