What is unrecoverable data? Have you been informed that your data is unrecoverable?
Unrecoverable data is a condition or situation where a data recovery company has attempted to recovery your data however are unable to do so, does this mean that your data is gone forever now? Not necessarily.
A second opinion by our lab may yield a better result that the first company that you sent your hard drive to.
Firstly not all data recovery companies use the same equipment or invest in research and development into pushing back the frontiers of what is possible, secondly experience and knowledge of data recovery technicians vary widely, thirdly basic mistakes can happen, a misdiagnosis can occur and present what appears to be a non recoverable hard drive.
Our unrecoverable data recovery programme has recovered data from many other data recovery companies in both the UK and from Europe, if you are very keen to try and recover your data then get in touch with us today where we can arrange a collection and diagnosis of your failed media for a second opinion.
In a recent case study a data recovery company that is based in Manchester held a clients hard drive for o9ver 6 months before declaring it was unrecoverable, our lab recovered over 90% of the business data which included accounts, spreadsheets, emails and office family documents the client was delighted with the result.
The failure of the hard drive was that the spindle had seized and the motor could not spin up the platters, yes this is a serious failure and many labs are unable to complete this type of recovery with success, the process requires a platter swap to a good working base with good bearings, this procedure is very difficult to accomplish, however our labs have invested in the knowledge and experience required.
In another case a data re3covery company from the Europe who regularly sends failed hard drives to our labs had been sent a drive from another data recovery lab who had also drawn a line under the case, upon diagnosing the drive which was a WD 800 80 GB hard drive it was discovered that the head stack assembly was at fault, after exchanging this component in the clean room it became evident that the firmware was also corrupted, this was a very complex case requiring many man hours of investment to complete, however the lab was successful.
If the drive has suffered from a serious head crash or has SA mod errors in critical areas then the data can be very difficult to access, however we will not give up and will apply our advanced data recovery process to the case.