Removable Media Data Recovery

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    Removable media refers to any external storage device such as optical disks(CD / DVD) , 3.5” Diskettes (“stiffies”) and portable USB Devices (memory sticks).

    Loss of data is a fairly common occurrence and in most cases it is possible to recover lost data.

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    Data Loss Examples
    • Inaccessible media
    • Corrupted data
    • Virus
    • Fire & water damage
    • Media surface contamination and damage
    • Accidental reformatting
    • Accidental deletion of data

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      Any Questions?

      1My Hard drive is not detecting in the BIOS and a error comes up “no boot device present press any key to continue”
      Firstly make sure all the cables to the main-board and the hard drive are connected properly while the PC is not powered, then run auto detect in the bios again if still no luck then you bring it in for data recovery if you value your data.
      2My Hard drive is making a clicking sound what do I do?
      Bring it in for data recovery as it most likely an electro-mechanical problem
      3My PC has an I/O error when booting and cant get into my Operating system what do I do?
      Firstly make sure all the cables to the main-board and the hard drive are connected properly while the PC is not powered then boot up again if that didn’t work then bring it in for data recovery.
      4Can you recover any data from Flash drives or memory cards?
      Yes, we can!
      1What do I have to bring when bringing a hard drive in for recovery?
      Just the Hard disk that has failed, neither the PC or Notebook is required. However, in any type of RAID recovery, the other disks are needed.
      2My Server has failed, 5 drives and 2 have failed structured with RAID5 is it possible to recover the Data?
      Yes, it is but in these cases it would be helpful to book in the controller as well.
      3My Hard drive is spinning but still can not be detected in the BIOS what can I do?
      If possible try another data cable if that fails to solve the problem bring it in for data recovery.
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