Hard Drive Recovery

If your hard disk drive in your desktop system, server, Mac or laptop has failed, and you can no longer access your data, Specialized Data Recovery can help. We can recover data from all causes of data loss including mechanical failures, deleted files and partitions, reformatting, overwriting, software malfunction, viruses and damage from fire or water.


 

RAID Recovery

Whether you need RAID 1, 0+1, 5, 10 data recovery or any other configuration, Specialized Data Recovery has the experience with Enterprise Storage Systems to handle all levels of RAID data recovery and repair. We specialize in recovering data from crashed and failing hard drives, multiple drive RAID failure, offline RAID arrays and servers.


 

Laptop Recovery

Laptops are being used to store more critical data than ever before. And because of the nature of their portability, they take a lot of abuse. Specialized Data Recovery has the experience in laptop hard drive recovery when data has been lost due to mechanical failures, deleted files and partitions, reformatting, overwriting, software malfunction, viruses, dropping or other impact trauma, fire and water damage. Call us today to begin your recovery process.


 

Computer Recovery

We work with all computer manufactures such as Dell, Apple, IBM, Gateway, HP/Hewlett-Packard, Sony, eMachines, Acer and all other brands. Bring your computer in to one of our three walk-in locations and will will be happy to provide a diagnostic evaluation on your hard drive.


 

Flash Recovery

Flash Cards and Digital Media have quickly become an industry standard for convenient data storage. From professional digital photographers who’ve accidentally damaged client files to the family who lost their irreplaceable family photos, we recover it all.


 

Hard Drive Repair

All internal disk repairs performed on your hard drive take place in a particle free environment. This is called “clean room data recovery.” There must be no presence of dust, hair, fingerprints or airborne particles during the process of opening your hard drive and replacing the malfunctioning parts.


 

Computer Forensics