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Tuesday - Friday

10AM to 5PM

Data Recovery Service

Please be aware that in certain situations data may not be recoverable, i.e., scratched or damaged platter. A LOGICAL recovery is performed in-store and not all data may be recovered due to bad sectors on a hard drive. Should the requested data not be recoverable via a LOGICAL recovery (see below) the drive would need to be sent to our data recovery partner for more extensive recovery procedures.

 Type of Recovery Type of Storage Media Failure Average Success Rate Flat Price
  • Corrupt file systems or files
  • Overwritten data
  • Deleted data
  • Encrypted data
  • Repartitioned or reformatted drive
  • Computer virus
  • Lost password


Above price applies to SATA / IDE hard drives only.

Recovery from Memory sticks, flash cards, CD/DVD, floppy, ZIP, tapes range from $10 to $75 per item.
  • Firmware corruption
  • Bad sectors
  • Circuit board failure

$525, parts included

Price above applies to all types of media- hard drives, memory sticks, flash cards diagnosed as physical cases**

(clean room required)

  • Heads crash or stiction
  • Seized motor spindle
  • Water or fire damage
  • Magnetic platters contamination or damage

$775, parts included

Price above applies to all hard drives diagnosed as physical invasive cases (clean room required)

Media Types Supported For Data Recovery:

  • IDE and SCSI interface hard drives
  • DVD
  • CDR-W
  • Floppy
  • Zip
  • Jaz
  • Flash Media
  • Micro drives

Hard Drive Recovery for all Situations :

  • Fire damage
  • Water damage & Floods
  • Will not boot
  • Hard disk drive failure
  • Hard drive crashes
  • Virus attacks
  • Failed components (read/write heads, head assemblies)
  • Drive that have been formatted or overwritten
  • Inaccessible disk drive
  • Corrupt or missing critical file system structures
  • File deletion
  • Disk surface contamination and damage
  • Strange clicking noises
  • Systems crash
  • Partitioning or boot-up problems
  • Damage due to a power failure or surge

Note - for physical non-intrusive or physical intrusive"clean room" recoveries preformed by our data recovery partner requiring the drive to be sent off-site.


You should never open the cover of a failed hard disk drive in attempt to repair, salvage or recover data. The sensitivty of today’s hard disk drives to mistreatment is very slight and the internal assembly so intricate, that exposure to dust, minor condensation or even gaseous contaminants may likely cause serious damage. Any such disruption of these precise components not only destroys the drive but all the data contained on it.

Data is written on the drives by one or more read/write heads that are designed to manipulate magnetic particles on the disk surface. This read/write activity happens with the read/write heads literally flying one two-thousands the width of human hair above the platters, at speeds of anywhere from 4,000 to 15,000 RPM.

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