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DATARECOUP Recovery Services

Your data recovery experts

919 E Main St, #1000
Richmond, VA 23219
United States

(804) 386-0044

Features & Benefits

  • All causes of data loss
  • All types of devices
  • Free Initial Diagnostic
  • Totally Risk-Free
  • Frequent Updates
  • Support Available 24x7x365
  • Dedicated Customer Service
  • Emergency Services
  • Discounts

Why choose us?

 
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Hard Drive Recovery Experts

No matter how careful we are with our devices, data loss often happens. On average, 25 percent of all PC users suffer data loss every year. That’s roughly 120,000 hard drives that fail each week. Unfortunately, less than half of those users back up their data regularly and will suffer permanent data loss if they do not employ the necessary professional services.

Digital remanence is the residual depiction of digital data that remains on the device after the data has been removed. This is what allows our professional engineers to recover data from a hard disk drive (HHD) or a solid-state drive (SSD). Our engineers are trained to pinpoint isolated groups of data that exist on the drive but are not recognized by the operating system. Extensive training enables our engineers to conduct this recovery without damaging the media device or data.

Lost Data? Let Experts Recover It

Our hard disk recovery programs are proprietary. We assure you that you will get the best possible solution for your data recovery needs. You won’t get a better data recovery solution anyplace else.

  • Quick and Efficient
  • Professional and Impressive
  • Secure and Confidential

What Causes Hard Drives to Crash?

When a drive is healthy, the drive head moves across the platter surfaces rapidly locating, processing and storing data on the device without physically contacting the platter surface. When the head becomes damaged or dislocated, it will collide with the plated media and cause a defect. As the drive continues to be used, the damage increases and eventually the scratches progress to grooves. At this point the data is either contaminated or permanently lost. Once the particles have been entirely scratched from the surface platters, this is referred to as a ‘cascading failure’ and the result is permanent data loss.