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Hard Drive Recovery? Just £295* Fixed Fee!

Can’t access your hard drive? With Phoenix Data Recovery, there is life after a hard drive crash.

Our trained engineers are fully capable of extracting recoverable data from its platters very quickly and cost-effectively at an agreed price that you will know in advance.

Hard drives are complex, sophisticated devices that are designed to last for many years. However, being mechanical devices, sooner or later they may fail. Some drives may last for 10 years while others may crash just after a few days, taking all your critical data down with them.

Don’t Panic!

When the unthinkable happens, Phoenix Data Recovery is able to help!

We can recover the following Data:

  • Microsoft Office 97 files
  • Microsoft Office 2000 files
  • Microsoft Office XP files
  • Microsoft Office 2003 files
  • Pictures of all formats
  • Video files of all formats
  • MP3 and WAV music files
  • Adobe Acrobat documents (PDF files)
  • Internet Explorer Favourites
  • Zip Files
  • AutoCad files
  • Audio, video and multimedia files
  • iPod MP3 audio and video files
  • Inaccessible files from CDs, DVDs, Flash memory cards, tape drives and USB drives
  • Lost images or videos from digital still / video cameras
  • Files from complex RAID systems
  • Files from all reformatted drives and storage media
  • Deleted Photoshop files and any other kind of graphics
  • Missing, corrupt or deleted Zip files
  • Word, Excel and PowerPoint files
  • Recovery of virus-infected files
  • Repair and recovery of corrupt files
  • Spreadsheets and databases recovery
  • Outlook & Thunderbird email loss
  • SQL Database Files
  • Apple Mac
  • Mpeg
  • Midi
  • Bmp
  • Jpg
  • Jpeg
  • Gif
  • Doc
  • Rar
  • Pst
  • Riff
  • Tiff
  • Avi
  • Png, … and lots more!

Operating Systems We Support:

  • Windows 95
  • Windows ME
  • Windows 2000 Professional
  • Windows XP Home
  • Windows XP Professional
  • Windows NT Server
  • Windows 2000 Server
  • Windows 2003 Server
  • Windows Vista
  • Linux
  • Unix

Note: Phoenix Data Recovery is capable of recovering any type of file, the above list is only an example of the most common operating systems that we support.

Which Desktops can we recover?

Whatever the reason for your data loss, Phoenix Data can offer a service to recover from:

  • All types of hard disk drives, regardless of make, model or brand
  • Any generation of drives
  • Any interface: (IDE, EIDE), serial ATA (SATA), SCSI, SAS, and Fibre Channel
  • Any combination of drives (i.e. single or multiple RAID drives)
  • Any Operating Systems (Windows, Linux, Mac, etc.)
  • Platter damage and scratches on the data recording surface
  • Physical trauma to the disk (got dropped, crushed or hammered)
  • Hard disks damaged by water (including muddy flood waters)
  • Hard disks charred in a fire with heat and soot damage
  • Hard disks fried by a power spike, lightning surge or electrostatic discharge
  • Electronic / Electrical / Mechanical failure of the disk
  • Software (file system) corruption and damage
  • Damaged or deleted partitions
  • Recovering files after the disk has been reformatted
  • Recovering files deleted by mistake
  • Files lost due to virus attack
  • Files overwritten by another set of data
  • Blue screen of death due to critical error in the drive
  • Drives damaged by sabotage

We can recover your data from all of the leading manufacturers' hard drives, including:

  • Maxtor
  • Fujitsu
  • Quantum
  • IBM
  • Hitachi
  • Western Digital
  • Samsung
  • Seagate

Data loss from desktops can result from many causes, some of which include:

  • Logical failure - such as a lost partition or accidental reformatting
  • Mechanical failure - such as head crashes or motor failures
  • Viruses
  • Natural disasters
  • Accidental deletion
  • System crashes
  • Corruption
  • Power surges
  • Overwriting
  • Human error
  • Hard Drive crash
  • Power Failure
  • Employee Sabotage
  • Fire and water damage
  • Mechanical Failure
  • Tape cross tracking
  • Tape overwrite
  • Misaligned tape
  • Tape media error
  • Lost partition
  • Leaf Node damage
  • Master boot record damage
  • Corrupted file allocation table (FAT)
  • Dropped Hard Drive
  • Power Surge
  • Corrupt Firmware
  • Computer won't boot
  • Accidental deletion of data
  • Applications that are unable to run or load data
  • Virus attack
  • Hard disk drive component failure
  • Corrupt files/data
  • Media surface contamination and damage
  • Accidental reformatting of partitions
  • Inaccessible drives and partitions
  • Deleted files
  • Lost partitions
  • Hard Drive failure
  • Formatted/damaged drives
  • Software malfunction
  • Backup failure
  • Hardware malfunction, component failure and mechanical errors
  • Physical damage (cracked, bent, burnt or broken media)
  • Inaccessible or unreadable media
  • Files overwritten accidentally with new data
  • Media surface corruption (scratches or stains on CDs and DVDs)
  • Physical trauma (crushed USB drives, portable hard disks dropped to ground)
  • Improper shutdown
  • “Drive not formatted” message
  • Software corruption
  • Bad sectors
  • Forgotten passwords

Symptoms indicating Desktop Data loss

Desktop hard disk drives can fail for a multitude of reasons, as detailed above, and do not handle shocks very well however they have occurred. It is worth bearing in mind that your hard drive may simply stop working due to overuse, general wear and tear, or age of use.

However, there may be several indicators that your data has been lost or wiped from your hard drive, including:

  • Clicking noises
  • Loss of power
  • Strange noises or grinding sounds
  • Blue screen of death
  • Unresponsiveness

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