Data Recovery from Laptop and Notebook Drives

Data Recovery - LaptopsNeed laptop data retrieval or laptop hard drive recovery? Our laptop recovery specialists are available for all types of laptop file recovery and hard disk recovery.

Laptop hard drives face the same potential problems as desktop PCs, but due to their mobile nature, there are other hazards that result in a damaged hard drive or corrupted data.

If you’ve experienced a computer disaster, or lost critical data on your laptop, don’t panic. Call 0800 LOST FILES (0800 5678 34) for immediate help. Data recovery is our specialty, so whatever the circumstances, there’s a very good chance that we can recover the missing data quickly and efficiently.

Common issues with laptop or notebook hard drives include:

  • Notebook has been dropped and won’t turn on
  • Hard disk failure due to a power supply spike or head crash
  • Hard disk failure due to a power supply spike or head crash
  • The operating system has been reinstalled or a different operating system has been installed
  • A disk has been formatted or overwritten with a ghost image
  • Partition(s) or MBRs have been damaged or deleted
  • Bad sectors have occurred on critical portions of the disk or FAT tables have been damaged or deleted
  • The disk has been physically damaged, i.e. Dropped, Fire and saltwater damage, etc.

Hard disk drive types

We have experience recovering data from all types of hard drives:

EIDE, IDE, SATA, SCSI, SAS, Fibre Channel, ESDI, RLL, ST/MFM, MCA, PCMCIA Type I, II and II, 1.8″ ATA, and CF+ Type II hard drives plus others.

Pricing and turnaround

As there are so many different factors involved in recovering data, you will need to call a consultant on 0800 LOST FILES (0800 5678 34) to assess the specifics of your situation.

Data recovery is our specialty, so whatever the circumstances, there’s a very good chance that we can recover the missing data quickly and efficiently. Complete recovery turn-around time including analysis and recovery is usually between 3 and 5 days. Some severe cases can take more time.