Data Recovery Bassetlaw: During the course of our working lives we will find that it is necessary to use computers to get the job done. But in using computers you may find that you are faced with a dilemma when a hard drive or similar such storage device fails – do you write it off as experience or do you try and have the data recovered in order to continue where you were forced to leave off? Our data recovery Bassetlaw engineers have been providing expert data recovery services for over 16 years and in that time have assisted many thousands of computer users just like you who had considered losing the data forever. To find out more about the levels of service we offer and for a no obligation quotation call our experts today on 0115 8220606.
Our data recovery Bassetlaw engineers don’t just help computer users who use desktop PCs, laptops, mainframes etc they also provide the same level of service for users of Macintosh computers. Traditionally seen as a more stable (and sleek) machine the Mac still has its problems and these can be summed up by the use of a ?. The appearance of a question mark on the screen at start-up usually implies that there is some issue with the hard drive and that the Mac cannot find the necessary files to continue with the start up process.
So what does one do in this instance? Well you could try and access Time Machine using the function keys on your keyboard but therein lies the risk of losing all of your data especially if Time Machine wants you to reformat the drive to make it usable again (this is the case if the drive has developed bad sectors). Our data recovery Bassetlaw engineers heartily recommend powering down your Mac and contacting us on 0115 8220606.
Our hard drive recovery solutions cover Apple Macs as well and over the last 16 + years we have recovered data from many hundreds (if not thousands) of Macs (right back to the old Apple Mac Classic) that have been the victim of itinerant hard drives.
Hard drive failure has taken the bite out of my Apple!
As we have already pointed out Apple Macs are sturdy machines that can stand up to a lot of use but there is still no competing with a hard drive that is in the process of failing. Our data recovery Bassetlaw engineers often deal with cases where the drive was working perfectly well at the last sitting but on return the user has found the drive is non-responsive, leaving them with a sleek all-in-one computer that has (a) lost them access to their data and (b) has been rendered useless in every other way.
If your Apple Mac has ceased to function in the correct way and your data has become inaccessible then call our data recovery Bassetlaw team today on 0115 8220606 and speak to one of our engineers who will explain the procedures available and how best to go about the recovery of your data. They will also provide you with a no obligation quotation (additional charges may be applied if the drive has suffered mechanical damage), a preliminary diagnosis of the problem and details of our No Fix No Fee policy. If this is to your liking and you wish us to recover your data we ask that you send the affected device to us at our data recovery Bassetlaw and Nottinghamshire centre.
We will accept delivery of your storage device by post, courier or personally if you would like to drop it into our data recovery Bassetlaw centre and once our engineers have it they will begin by making a full diagnosis. Reporting back by email they will detail exactly the data that can be recovered and once you are happy we can recover the data you need we ask that you make full payment by BACS, credit or debit card, or FPO (faster payment between accounts) so that we may complete the recovery process. We may ask that you purchase an external storage device if your data is larger than our standard 30GBs allowance. Once payment has been received we will recover your data and return it to you via next day courier service. For more information contact our data recovery team today on 0115 8220606 between 9am and 6pm (our telephone lines and data recovery centre are open during these hours Monday to Friday) or you can email us using the details to be found on our Contact Us page. Please note we are closed Christmas Day and Easter.