Data Detect recovers data from hard drives with faulty read write heads, spindle motor seizure, faulty controller PCB’s, deleted, lost or formatted data, bad sectors, firmware failure and corrupt file systems.
Data Detect is Australia’s best RAID recovery specialists having recovered data from hundreds of RAID systems nation wide. No system is too big or too small. We have the best tools in the industry and the highest success rates.
We specialise in recovering data from damaged Apple iPhones, iPads and samsung tablets and smart phones including lost or deleted data.
With our 90% Recovery Rate You Stand a Better Chance of Saving Your Lost Data with Data Detect
We practically live our lives on our computers – or something with some kind of hard drive. This means that our lives stop dead in their tracks when something goes horribly wrong and all the data on our devices is wiped out. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve got a business that has lost all of its essential files, or whether you’ve just lost all the contacts and photos – you need the best data recovery services, and you need them fast.
Data detect is one of the most renowned data recovery companies in Australia. We have state-of-the-art data retrieval equipment with branches in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Canberra, Newcastle and Gold Coast. Our expert technicians recover critical data from a wide range of operating systems, storage devices and media, including Windows, Apple, Linux, and USB drives.
One of the features that make us stand out as a data recovery specialist company is our quick turnaround time, so you don’t have to wait days and days to get your computer up and running again. This is particularly important for businesses, as time is money.
We get asked to recover data in many unique situations and cases, and we’ve decided to share our answers to some common questions. See this post and our FAQ section (in the main menu) for frequently asked questions.
Where do you store all your business data? Probably on a server and an external hard drive or two. But what if you’ve got loads of data? Servers and external drives may serve as storage facilities but they don’t really facilitate data management or make data easy to access.
Hard drives aren’t going anywhere. Though hard drives have grown smaller in size, larger in capacity, cheaper in price and faster in speed, the technology has remained fundamentally the same for around fifty years.