In the unfortunate event you do have a Hard Drive crash and experience data loss, CompuTech is there to help you first recover your data, then protect it with an automated backup solution tailored to meet your needs.

Our skilled Technicians have the knowledge and experience to recover a wide range of failed Hard Drives, Solid State Media, and RAID arrays.

If you suspect your computer’s Hard Drive is failing, follow the steps below to help maximize the chances of a successful Data Recovery:

  1. Do not run any utilities on your drive as doing so can further damage the drive.
  2. Turn off your computer or external drive and do not use it.  Even light use can increase the risk to the Hard Drive and decrease the chances of a full recovery.
  3. Bring your computer or Hard Drive to CompuTech!

Clean Room Data Revocery

If CompuTech is unable to recover your data using our cost effective, non-invasive recovery techniques, we will refer you to DriveSavers, our partner for Clean Room Data Recovery.

The costs for clean room data recoveries like with DriveSavers, tend to be significantly more expensive than our in-store recoveries but it is the best alternative in cases where we cannot recover the data and the need for recovery is so crucial that the additional clean room recovery costs can be justified.  Our partnership with DriveSavers qualifies you for a discount on the clean room data recovery, and they will also waive their $200 attempt fee because CompuTech does the preliminary diagnosis on your drive.  We will also facilitate the entire recovery with DriveSavers on your behalf and at no additional cost!

DriveSavers is the worldwide leader in data recovery services and is amongst the fastest, most secure, and reliable data recovery service available. They employ over 75 professionals and support over 8,000 business partners.  They handle more dropped, damaged, corrupted and traumatized drives in one day than most data recovery providers do in one month. As a result, their engineers can successfully recover data from all storage devices and all operating systems—from legacy to state of the art. They are also authorized and recommended by leading computer and storage device manufacturers; and their recovery work will never void the original warranty.