Our Partner DriveSavers Can Recover Lost Data from Any Hard Drive

Since 1985, DriveSavers has recovered data from hard drives and other storage media that have crashed, mechanically failed, experienced physical damage, and worse. Call now to begin the data recovery process.

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DriveSavers Can Recover Your Lost Data from Your iPhone

With over 35 years of experience recovering data for Apple products, DriveSavers Data Recovery is a trusted leader in recovering data for all Apple products. DriveSavers was the first to perform iPhone data recovery successfully and routinely recover data from iOS devices when others might deem them lost forever. Call now to begin the data recovery process.

Solid State Drive (SSD) Data Recovery

Since DriveSavers helped pioneer the data recovery industry in 1985, our engineers have been providing cutting edge solutions that allow them to successfully recover data from all types of failed data storage devices, including solid-state drives (SSDs). Current generation SSD controllers feature ever-evolving technologies like compression, de-duplication and high-level encryption protocols. They protect the security of stored data, and provide up to 100x greater data protection than leading enterprise hard disk drives (HDDs). These complex and highly proprietary features can create some data recovery solid state drives challenges when an unexpected failure occurs.

RAID Devices

DriveSavers provides unparalleled RAID recovery services and digital forensic services for all RAID devices and configurations. We can recover RAID data!

Critical data is often stored on RAID systems because they are considered to be fault tolerant devices. RAID systems can be configured to keep working even when one drive fails so that disks can be “hot swapped” while the system keeps running. However, even this setup of an array of drives is not infallible as it can only offset the failure of a single drive. The problem is that multiple drive failures frequently occur, against which a RAID system alone is defenseless.