Data Recovery

Protecting and Recovering Your Data

You don’t want to lose your data, but even new hard drives can fail without warning. Before that happens, prepare yourself with an automated data backup strategy to safeguard the information you want to protect. However, if you do end up with lost data due to hard drive failure, don’t worry—we have the expertise to recover your files and help keep them safe.

Data We Can Recover

  • Information on Windows and Apple devices
  • Failed hard drives, flash drives, or memory cards
  • Corrupted data

  • Accidentally deleted files
  • Failed or degraded RAID arrays

*Tip: If you suspect you have lost data or are having a hard drive-related problem, stop using your computer immediately and contact Dymin. The more a hard drive is used, the lower the chance of successfully extracting data.

Professional Data Recovery Packages

Before we begin a recovery project, we offer free diagnostic evaluations of your hard drive with a non-refundable $50 deposit. Then we can determine the type of data recovery you need and provide an estimated cost.

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Drives that are physically working but have suffered some form of logical failure or corruption.

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Drives that require advanced recovery methods or need to be disassembled in a clean-room lab.

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Drives that are part of a multi-drive array known as a RAID. These are typically found in servers.

Data Recovery FAQs

Our standard turnaround is 7 days or fewer to complete the diagnosis and provide a firm price for recovery, and 30 days or fewer to fully extract your data and have it back in your hands. Since every case is unique, these times will vary. Many basic recoveries can be done in a just a few days.

Most hard drives can have their data recovered successfully, but the possibility of success depends on the manner in which your particular hard drive has failed. Luckily, only about 10% of the data recovery cases we evaluate are determined to be unrecoverable.

A complete recovery is not always possible, depending on how your hard drive failed. In these cases, you’ll have a chance to review the data we successfully recover and decide whether or not to proceed. If we cannot recover the files you want and you choose not to continue, you won’t have to pay! You can also choose to purchase the data we are able to recover for the originally quoted price.

Yes. However, this won’t reduce the cost of the recovery process. The same amount of time, expertise, and specialized tools are required to repair the hard drive properly and well enough to recover a single file or the entire hard drive.

Data recovery is a unique skill that requires years of experience and specialized tools built exclusively for this purpose. Some people who go price shopping for data recovery options don’t know what to expect or how much they should pay. Unfortunately, this often leads to choosing unrealistically cheap data recovery services from companies that lack the ability to properly provide consistent results.

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