We know firsthand how severe the consequences of unforseen data loss can be for a business. Strong background in data recovery practice, coupled with the state-of-the-art facilities and certified clean room, is the reason we are not afraid to take on the most intricate and challenging cases.
Indeed, different data loss cases require different recovery approaches. Our highly qualified engineers have a good eye for quickly and accurately identifying the problem, but also choosing the best way to retrieve files that will be most effective in your specific case.
Since 2003, SalvageData has been successfully rescuing inaccessible files of thousands of companies around the world, and providing professional recovery services for all kinds of storage devices. No matter how severe your case may be, rest assured that we have the technical capability and the necessary experience to solve the issue and bring your data back.
In order to offer our customers the best experience and make the recovery procedure as convenient as possible, we provide a list of recovered items as soon as the process of receiving the files is completed.
Once the amount of recovered data has been determined, we will inform you of the cost of recovery services. The final price is normally based on the complexity of the recovery, so that logical errors are usually cheaper than mechanical failures.
There are several ways we can deliver your data to you. The retrieved files can either be transferred along with the drive via safe shipping, by downloading the data onto a new device, or simply by sending it over digitally.
A quick guide for those looking to rescue important files from a faulty USB stick
Whereas third-party applications, at best, will help you format your faulty USB flash drive, and free utilities from the Internet more often than not come infected with viruses or malware, it would be best to refrain from installing questionable data recovery software.
Disconnecting the USB flash drive from your machine via Safe Remove (if it’s recognizable) is worth a shot. Also, switching the drive file system is another good way to troubleshoot a USB stick; however, this method will not work if you need to save data as it requires formatting the drive.
Finally, mailing the defective device to SalvageData for a free assessment of your case is fast, convenient and efficient. Our 96% success rate is self-explanatory, which means we can recover lost data from a faulty USB drive regardless of the brand or complexity of recovery.
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With 40+ convenient locations located across North America, our data recovery experts are near and ready to help. Contact us or submit a case today to learn more about how we can help resolve your data recovery needs.
How do I get my
data back from you?Bogdan Glushko2019-07-23T14:59:57-05:00
Based on the size of data restored from your USB drive, we can send it to a new
external media, or send it via download. Data download limitations are 50 GB for economy service, 100 GB for
expedited, and 500 GB for an emergency.
What if my data is unrecoverable?Bogdan Glushko2019-04-04T14:14:55-05:00
In case your flash drive is found to be unrestorable, you will be given the choice to
either safely dispose of the device, or have it returned by mail. The cost of return shipping is at the
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.