We are specialists offering hard disk recovery New Zealand wide. No matter what your situation – we can recover deleted files and perform file recovery from damaged hardware or any malicious file deletion. Our data rescue experts are here to help. We recover all file types from the following operating systems and more: Mac, Windows, Linux, Unix, VMware, Android and iOS.
It is vital that only experienced data recovery experts work to recover your data as it is a highly specialized process and requires skills not normally available to IT staff.
Many times only one attempt is possible.
Lost vital data? Before you do anything, follow these simple steps:
1. Unplug your computer
While your computer is running, it’s likely that more damage is occurring to the data on your drive. Disconnect the power at its source.
Do not use the Windows shutdown feature.
2. Don’t try to fix it
File repair systems like CHKDSK are NOT recommended. Often they complicate matters further, making hard disk recovery more difficult and expensive.
Data recovery should NEVER be attempted on the original disk.
Computer Forensics NZ Ltd is a specialist data recovery company.
We’ve recovered data for individuals through to some of the largest and most successful multi-national organisations in Australasia and the South Pacific.
We recover data from any SATA and IDE hard disks, SCSI disks, SAS disks, Zip disks, Jazz disks, USB drives, CD/DVD, digital memory cards/sticks and have developed thorough data recovery procedures for RAID arrays.
In addition, we recover data from commercial video and audio systems.
If you’ve experienced a computer disaster or lost critical data, don’t panic. Call 0800 LOST FILES (0800 5678 34) for immediate help. Data recovery, including deleted file recovery and we specialise in hard drive, so even if all seems lost, there’s an excellent chance that we’ll be able to restore deleted files and recover the your data on time and efficiently.
As data recovery specialists, we have been called upon to assist in a wide variety of time and result-critical situations, including instances where:
- Files have been accidentally or maliciously deleted, files have been corrupted
- 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.