Have you accidentally deleted or lost your data due to a Virus, Windows Registry Corruption, Hard Drive failure, or Failed Backup Strategy and need it back? We can help! Community Computer Repair can retrieve your lost or missing valuable data and restore it back to its original state on a new host machine or backup media of your choice.
The Misconception about Data Recovery
Most Computer End Users are under the Misconception that once the Data is gone or inaccessible to the user that it is lost forever. This is not the case at all and it is this misconception that users find it difficult to properly evaluate their data loss situations and make educated decisions to recover from them. Truth of the matter is that most “lost” data is not lost at all; it has simply become inaccessible to the user. Hundreds of thousands if not Millions of gigabytes (GB) of data have been lost simply because users were not aware of their options and gave up hope of recovery.
Most computer users rely on backups and redundant storage technologies as their safety net in the event of data loss. For many users, these backups and storage strategies work as planned. Others, however, are not so lucky. Many of our customers back up their data, only to find their backups useless in that crucial moment when they need to restore from them. When Backup Strategies and practices have failed to adequately protect your data. It’s usually a result of end user error or lack of preparation with the appropriate combination of Backup Strategies implemented and in place Data Backup should be viewed as a Safety Net and there should always be a secondary safety Net in place in the event the first one fails.
These systems are designed for and rely upon a combination of technology and human intervention for success. For example, backup systems assume that the hardware is in working order. They assume that the user has the time and the technical expertise necessary to perform the backup properly. They also assume that the backup tape or Disk Array is in working order, and that the backup software is not corrupted. In reality, hardware can fail. Tapes and Hard Drives do not always work properly. Backup software can become corrupted. Users accidentally back up corrupted or incorrect information. Backups are not infallible and should not be relied upon absolutely.
Hard Drive Manufactures Supported:
- Hitachi (IBM)
- Western Digital
Connection Interfaces Supported:
- SCSI iSCSI
- Serial ATA(SATA) /eSATA
- Serial Attached SCSI (SAS)
- Ultra/ATA 100
- Solid State Drives (SSD Drives)
Operating Systems Supported:
- Windows NT
- Windows XP
- Windows Vista
- Windows 7 & 8
- Windows Server 2003 – 2008
- Windows 98
- Windows 95