Why should I choose Data Recovery Laboratories
over another company?
- ISO Class 100 Clean Room.
- Over 20 years experience enabling us
to determine the best and most effective solution to all
- Large percentage of revenue is used
for research and development.
- 24-48hr initial response.
- Highly skilled pool of engineers.
- Use cutting edge technology.
- Many hard drive manufacturers refer directly to us.
Should I try a
data recovery myself - or could I have my internal or contract
system person run a data recovery utility on my drive before
I send it to a lab?
You run a huge risk of further corrupting data on a suspect
drive or media with a utility program or other standard
recovery procedures. Many untrained data recovery programmers
assume a drive is optimized both mechanically and electrically.
If a drive is not performing at an optimal level, a utility
will try to fix things that may not be corrupted. One result
may be further data loss or corruption beyond any type of
recovery. Your best bet is to call an expert.
My drive is making an unusual noise. Should I have it opened
to see what's going on?
If you do, then you will immediately convert
your drive into a paperweight and lose your data irretrievably.
In order to properly open a drive, you must be in a clean
room environment and have a full knowledge of the drive's
mechanics. We have the technical expertise to advise you on
how to best protect and recover your at-risk data.
How will I get
my data back?
We will place your data on suitable replacement media, whether
that is another hard drives, CDROM, DVD, any other media
of your choice or by FTP transfer.
What is a clean
Clean rooms are used in many industries where environmental
variables such as temperature, humidity, airborne contaminates
and even light can be detrimental to processes and procedures
for manufacturing and repair of sensitive electronic components.
How can I ensure
I won't repeat a data loss situation from recurring?
Failures are a fact of life, but you can mitigate these
problems with a disaster prevention and recovery plan. Be
sure to back up your data and always have Data Recovery
Labs on speed dial!
What is the Cost?
For removable media such as solid state USB drives, floppy
disks, zip disks etc, we charge a flat rate only if we can recover
the data on the media.
In the case of hard drives we charge you for an evaluation
fee. In the event that the recovery will take more time we
will call you with an estimate of "cost-to-complete"
and seek your permission to proceed.