Hard Drive Data Recovery Service
*If your loss of data requires immediate attention, then click on the Priority Button to select this service. This ensures your drive is placed at the top of the recovery service schedule. Please note, the priority option fee is not included in the total cost above.
Please note: Following the receipt of your hard drive, we will perform extensive testing to recover the data. Occasionally, a hard drive may require repairs in order to complete the process of testing. Repairs to hard drives are labour intensive and involve dismantling the drive, diagnosing the problems, purchasing replacement parts, and then re-assembling the drive to continue the testing or recovery. Prior to these additional costs, you will be contacted for approval and payment of the repair.
Upon successful recovery, your data will be written to a new 1 Terabyte hard drive. If the amount of data recovered is larger than 1 Terabyte, a $110 fee applies per extra Terabytes required.
Australia’s Best Hard Drive Data Recovery Company
100% Transparent Internal & External HDD Recovery Service
If your internal or external hard drive in your desktop system has failed, and you can no longer access your important data, Corporate Data Recovery can help. We are fully-equipped to handle hard drive data recovery from a failed or damaged drive, providing you with optimised data recovery services in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Darwin, and Perth.
Our data recovery methods are warranty safe and recommended by leading manufacturers including Western Digital, Toshiba, Fujitsu, Seagate, and more.
You can get in touch with us online via our LiveChat, and a Corporate Data Recovery specialist will attend to your needs in real-time!
Professional Hard Drive Data Recovery Service
Over 90% Success Rate!
One of the reasons hard drives are susceptible to failure is due to a head crash. This can be due to the close proximity of the heads and the disk surface. If for any reason the head starts to scrape the surface of the platter, the platter loses data due to wear on the thin magnetic film on the surface. These hard disk crashes can be caused by power failure, power surges, physical shock, electronic failure, contamination of the drives enclosure or wear and tear due to age or materials.
Quite often, if the symptoms of failure are caught early enough, data recovery will have a much greater chance of recovering the disk. If left until complete failure, the opportunity of a 100% success is less likely. Listen out for clicks or noises which you may not have heard before. Pay attention to freezes which may be caused by the disk being unable to read the data fully. System crashes are also a strong indicator of a hard drive failure.
If you value your data, be on the safe side… back up and call us if you suspect an issue.