Data Recovery Services
VNOVAS delivers most competitive and dependable variety of data recovery solutions. VNOVAS data recovery engineers have created extensive methodologies to handle nearly any file recovery, hard drive recovery and system/server recovery.
VNOVAS recovers data from practically all types of media and major operating systems such as:
- Hard Drives
- External USB Drives
- Home Media Servers
- RAID and servers (multi-disk arrays)
Data recovery is the process of salvaging data from a storage device, usually a disk drive, that has crashed or been damaged.
VNOVAS recovery services are expertized in:
- Hard drives not being recognized by the operating system
- Drives that make repeated noises
- Drives with burned chips
- Drives that were ghosted with another operating system
- Drives physical damaged, such as being dropped
- Deleted files, formatted disks, or virus attacks.
Data recovery is the process of salvaging data that has been lost or corrupted.
Data recovery is the process of salvaging data that has been lost or corrupted. Data loss can be due to hardware failure, software malfunction, power outage, natural disasters, human errors, theft and other reasons.
Data recovery services can be categorized into two parts:
Data Recovery Services for Personal Computers
Data recovery is the process of salvaging data that is no longer available on a storage device. Data recovery may be necessary due to hardware faults, software faults, normal wear and tear, or malicious destruction. There are different levels of data recovery depending on the severity of the fault.
Data Recovery Services for Corporate Computers
If your company has experienced a data loss event, you’re not alone. The good news is that there are data recovery services available to help. These companies specialize in repairing and restoring lost, corrupted or inaccessible files and databases from a wide variety of storage media.
Some common ways to recover data are:
Copying files from one location to another
Copying files is essential for maintaining backups and archiving important data. But there are many ways to copy files, and it can be hard to keep track of the different methods. The best way to copy files depends on the situation, so here are some tips to help you decide what method will work best for your current task.
Using a backup system to recover files
If a user is experiencing a data loss event, they should be sure to have a backup system in place. One option for this is to use an external hard drive. This is because it can store up to 4TB of data and usually has the fastest transfer speeds when connected through USB 3.0 ports.
Using the operating system’s built in tools for restoring deleted files
When it comes to deleting files, the problem is that once they’re gone, there’s no getting them back. This doesn’t mean that the files are gone for good though. There are many tools built into Windows that can help you navigate your way back to those deleted files and restore them.
Using specialized utilities such as disk imaging software
Utilizing specialized utilities such as disk imaging software can be advantageous to IT professionals. Disk imaging allows for data backups to be performed at the click of a button and can create a virtual copy of an entire hard drive. This utility is beneficial because it ensures that all data is saved and prevents any lost data from occurring.
There are two types of data recovery services: in-lab and off-site. In-lab data recovery is when the service provider retrieves the corrupted media from the client’s site while off-site data recovery is when the service provider retrieves the corrupted media from an alternate location on behalf of the client.