When Disaster Strikes: What You need to Know About Data Recovery
In the event of a failure or virus attack in your computer or smartphone, this is a problem that requires professional data recovery services. Five Star Data Recovery is ready to help you get your data back. Whether you need assistance with enterprise-level storage devices or regular hard drives, count on our specialists to save your data!
What to look for in a Data Recovery Center
When choosing the best data recovery company, be sure they can guarantee security and data recovery. A reliable company will offer:
• Confidential recovery processes to protect data
• Free price estimates 24/7/365, no customer obligation
• Certified ISO Cleanroom
• Device shipping or drop off services
• No data, no charge commitment
• Emergency services for critical and time-sensitive recoveries
• Above a 98% rating for successful recoveries
You can find all these benefits and more at Five Star Data Recovery. Ship your device to us or drop it off at our Glendale location to begin the data recovery process.
DIY Data Recovery vs Professional
More people are coming to us now more than ever after attempting to recover their data on their own. Commercial data recovery software or hard drive recovery tools can further damage devices, leaving your files unrecoverable. Once your drive does not mount, is unrecognizable to your device, or if you cannot open any files, there is a problem with your hard drive that only data recovery professionals can address. Learn more about the benefits of seeking a professional data recovery service provider to avoid guesswork.
We Specialize in Multiple Types of Data Recovery
Need specific services to recover your data? We work with all hard drive operating systems. We specialize in:
Hard Drive Data Recovery
RAID Data Recovery
SSD Data Recovery
HARD DRIVE RECOVERY PROCESS
The hard drive data recovery process is summed up into four simple steps:
During your initial consultation, it’s important to be completely honest with your technician. Let them know how the drive failed, how it is currently responding, and what actions you’ve taken to fix the drive. Your technician uses this data to determine the likelihood of mechanical issues and which approach to take.
When getting a technical evaluation, your technician will try to figure out the source of the problem depending on the symptoms you’ve described. They’ll take a look at your device, determine if they’re able to recover from it, and provide you with an analysis report.
Recovering Your Files
If your device shows signs of damage, the technician inspects the device for damage in what’s known as a cleanroom. These rooms are specially designed to protect equipment from contamination. If your device didn’t have any mechanical issues to begin with, the technician works with the firmware and solves any programming issues.