Computers and hard drives are prone to physical and logical damage, which may result from a mechanical or electrical failure, software corruption, or human error. Some common issues include inaccessible drives and partitions, data corruption, viruses, hard disk component failure, hard disk crashes, fire and water damage, media surface contamination and damage, accidental reformatting of partitions, and accidental deletion of data.
Removable Media CD / DVD Data Recovery Services
At WeRecoverData, we offer professional data recovery services for all of these issues. Each recovery case begins with a diagnostic to determine the potential for recovery and provide a firm price quote. The initial diagnosis assesses whether the media is accessible to our lab equipment. If it is, the priority is to create a raw image of the data on WeRecoverData media to determine the nature of the data loss situation. If the media is inaccessible, our lab will test the components and examine its internal health to determine the extent of physical damage.
Recovery of crashed hard disks may involve replacing failed or damaged components in a clean room environment and using specialized hardware and software tools to create the raw image. Failed components often include electronics, read/write heads, head assemblies, magnets, and drive motors.
Logical data recovery uses the raw image by examining the low-level data sectors and determining what fixes to file system structures are needed to access the critical data. Sometimes the existing file system structures are missing or damaged so much that data has to be extracted directly from one or more fragments of the raw image.
Once the recovery is successfully performed, we create file lists and check data validity and integrity. We submit the recovery results to the customer as part of our verification of a successful recovery process.
We provide the recovered data on whatever medium the customer specifies. Trust WeRecoverData for professional data recovery services for your damaged computers and hard drives.