Despite the fact that devices are becoming more and more reliable, loss of information is still a common problem we face today. You can store your information on your local hard drive, on a network server, or on the cloud, data loss can happen, cause may include human errors, application malfunctions, such as computer viruses, power outages or failure of devices.
Data recovery is the process of obtaining the lost or deleted information that cannot be accessed by standard means any more. There are various approaches you can take in order to regain missing files, depending on the severity of damage or type of failure.
Common Methods of Data Recovery
That’s possible when you are trying to recover data by running recovery software and running a scan on a hard drive that previously had your data on it. This method can be suitable if data is lost due to accidental deletion of data, or a logical failure.
Clean room recovery
That’s level 3 repair, this method is used when hard drive needs to be physically opened, which is usually done in clean room environment, where platters needs to be exposed in a dust free environment, which is performed when hard drive may have been physically damaged, drive making scratching noises and heads were physical broken.
Frequently asked questions
Q1. How much do data recovery services cost?
To figure out how much it will cost to recover, we must first diagnose the problem. The cost of data recovery varies depending on the type of storage media used and the techniques used to retrieve your data. Because of our competent and efficient techniques and practises, our data recovery service fees are consistently lower than those of our competitors. The first step in evaluating the cost of data recovery is to assess your recovery requirements. We will evaluate your camera card, flash drive, and single hard drive storage device at no cost to you.
Q2. Could you recommend a good backup plan?
Consider what would happen if you lost all of your data. It would be a tragedy for most individuals. It would be disastrous for a company. Backing up your data is the only way to protect yourself against data loss.
We have three ideas for you:
- Make it easy to maintain your backup strategy. You may prefer the control of a manual backup system over an automated backup solution. You'll want to back up your data frequently, so choose a solution that's simple and straightforward.
- Consider what could happen to your data and double-check that your backup system is up to the task. If your data is on your computer and your backup data is next to it, a power outage or lightning strike could wipe both of them away.
- Make sure your backup system is working. Your backup data can be accessed, reviewed, and restored.
Q3. What are the causes of data loss?
It would be difficult to list all of the causes of data loss. Environmental concerns (too hot, too cold, high humidity, electro-static discharge), computer viruses, data corruption, natural disasters, and operator error are all common causes. It's happened if you can imagine it.
Q4. Why is it necessary to have a clean room for data recovery?
For drive inspections and physical data recovery, a clean room is used. The clean room is a temperature- and humidity-controlled environment. It follows strict guidelines to ensure that dust particles larger than half a micron are eliminated. While we repair and/or replace damaged parts, your hard drive will remain open. This is a time-consuming operation, and the air quality is required to safeguard your hard drive and data.
Q5. When it comes to data recovery, how long does it take?
We understand the importance of your data at Data Detect, therefore we've developed our methods to deliver the fast recovery speeds you require while also preserving it. All of our evaluations begin within one hour of the arrival of your recovery task. Following the completion of the examination, we will contact you with the details of your recovery as well as a firm estimate of the recovery expenses. The average turnaround time for most recoveries is 72 hours, some recoveries may take a little longer. The procedures and techniques necessary to recover your data are the basis for our turnaround estimates.