Hard Drive Recovery
Due to the Covid-19 Virus and the subsequent economic impact. The Data Rescue Center is closing its doors until further notice, effective 3-30-2020. Our sister company Prosoft Engineering will continue to provide data recovery utilities and support, if you are experiencing data loss or a physically failing device, we would suggest you download their free demo.
If your hard drive is clicking, grinding, has a burning smell, or has become completely unrecognized by the system, you need a physical hard drive recovery immediately. To ensure no further damage is done, please disconnect the device from the power and fill out the form above to begin the data recovery process.
The Data Rescue Center can recover data from any type of drive.
The Data Rescue Center has both the experience and expertise to perform hard drive recoveries
for all types of data loss scenarios. A hard drive recovery on a rotational
hard drive can be broken down into 2 main types; logical or physical.
We make it easy to get started!
We are confident that our prices are typically 30-40% lower than our competitors. Because of this, we offer an exclusive price match policy. If you find a recovery lab that offers you a lower quote, send it to us and we will match their price.
Have any unwanted drives? We'll take them!
HardDriveRecycle sources and recycles hard drives to later be used as donor parts for hard drive recoveries performed by The Data Rescue Center. We are proud to offer this free, enviormentally-sensative and secure service to the community.
What should I do when my hard drive crashes?
When suffering from a hard drive crash, the first thing you will want to do is power off the drive. This will prevent any further damage from occurring to the drive. Once it has been powered off, handle the drive with care as you prepare to ship the device to our recovery facility. When we receive the drive, we will evaluate the damage and determine how we can extract the data to a new healthy drive as safely as possible.
How do I tell if I have a failed hard drive?
There are many symptoms of a failing hard drive. If your external drive does not mount to your computer, or internal drive will not boot correctly, then these are usually signs that something may be wrong with your hard drive. Also, any clicking, buzzing, or grinding noises are a clear indication of hard drive failure.
How can I keep my data safe in the future?
The only way to prevent yourself from running into a data loss situation is to be backing up your data on a regular basis, as well as replacing your drives as they begin to age.
How much does a hard drive recovery service cost?
In order to properly assess the cost of a hard drive recovery, we will need to see the drive within our cleanroom laboratory to see the severity of the damage. The amount of variables that come into play with hard drive failures make it impossible to provide an accurate price quote before working with the drive.