Recover data from your hard drive, USB stick, SD card

There are many programs available to help you when a situation necessitates data recovery. It's important to know when you can do the task yourself and when you should hire a service.

Data recovery takes time and requires technical skills to protect lost data, no matter what caused the loss. If you do hard disc recovery wrong, it can cause permanent damage. It's crucial to understand when you can do it yourself and when to hire a professional service.

Therefore, take your time and think it through carefully before choosing software or a specialised service. How well-versed are you in data recovery?

Do you have the necessary IT abilities to complete the task on your own? Are the applications straightforward to comprehend and utilize? Is there any guarantee for total recovery?

The most important question to ask is: How important is it for you or your business to get back lost data?

Professionals can retrieve any document as they possess advanced recovery software with full versions.

To prevent data loss and increase chances of recovering files, turn off your device, including hard drives, computers, and RAID arrays.

If the HDDs/drives break, they get worse quickly. Turning them off makes it easier to recover data and reduces problems and accidental damage.


Accidentally breaking your equipment can cause big damage and make data recovery harder, leading to unsuccessful recovery. AVOID Trying It Yourself!

CALL 07405 149 750 RIGHT AWAY and bring over for a full recovery.

Breakdowns of hard discs do occur, although they aren't always as disastrous as you might have first imagined. I've had many issues with computer drives, but I've managed to retrieve data from all of them. All brands, sizes, and interfaces of damaged hard drives can have their data recovered by me.

Since 2000, I have retrieved data with success from various USB drives, SSDs, HDDs, and other digital storage media.

Data recovery services:

  • Data Recovery & Backup Solutions
  • Data Transfer Recovery of Lost Data / Pictures
  • Outlook Email Recovery
  • Mobile & Notebook Data Recovery
  • Hard Drive, Flash Drive, SSD Data Recovery
  • Data erased from unused Hard Drives
  • PC Data Backup and Recovery

Hardware issues

This service is now only available to those who have paid in advance. In case of non-recovery, I will fully refund you (minus the cost of collection and return where is applicable). It's FREE, but I will not pay for it.

If a storage device malfunctions, you can send it to a data recovery clinic. People do this in cases where the device has hardware issues that no computer store can resolve. I've been using Lazarus for the past few years with a high rate of success.

Hardware issues fall under the Advanced and Advanced + plans.

If you don't have another healthy storage device, they can provide one to copy back your data onto.

1. Why do you offer this service for FREE (no fee)?
2. Why do I need your "FREE service" when I can book it myself?
3. How long does it take for them to recover?

1. I've been in your shoes. I lost important data including family pictures and videos. Finding a reliable and affordable company to recover it was challenging. I've experienced and I know of the dodgy companies out there and what they're capable of.

2. I work from home and I'm in front of the computer all day. Their emails don't go into my spam folder and I can quickly answer any of their questions. I am available at home when they send the courier for collection or delivery. I can also arrange collection/delivery from your address.

I can decode and translate the technical details so you can understand and I will keep you updated. You might be at work, or forget to reply, or your away for a few days.

3. The answer to this question depends on your device and how easily you can find donor parts. Sometimes it takes a couple of days, sometimes a couple of months. Will keep you updated on this.

For the future, if you need reliable storage go with cloud (e.g. Google Drive, Dropbox, etc) or choose a NAS like this one You will thank me over the years.