Secure Data Recovery for All Devices | Texas
We provide expert data recovery services for all devices and any type of damage resulting in data loss. DriveSavers works closely with all major storage device manufacturers, mobile phone suppliers, and leading computer makers to help guarantee your original equipment’s warranty is never compromised.
If you own a desktop PC or a laptop, Mac or Windows, or any kind of computer, then you have a hard drive! Hard Disk Drives (HDD) and Solid State drives (SSD) store all your important information, files, photos, video (assuming adherence to copyright laws), etc. Unfortunately, they can be susceptible to data loss due to hardware failures, physical damage, and malware. Not to worry – We can save it!
RAID technology is omnipresent among enterprise-level storage devices and many high-capacity consumer storage devices. It utilizes multiple hard disks to help protect data in the event of a failure. However, not all RAID levels provide redundancy and are vulnerable to data loss. Mission critical? Unit down? We can do that! Recovering data from RAID storage devices is among our specialties.
Hard drive recovery begins upon receipt of drive – 365 days a year, including nights, weekends, & holidays.
If you dropped your new iPhone 11 in the pool or your data has been deleted from your iPhone, then Apple’s built-in encryption could prevent a successful data recovery from being possible. But not here at DriveSavers. We pioneered the first data recovery from an iPhone after it was introduced to the market. Your iPhone data isn’t lost – we can help!
If you’ve lost Mac data, we have you covered! Our technical systems and proprietary software can effectively restore deleted files and regain complete access to your lost data. Our process is 100% safe and our relationship with AppleCare and Apple Service Providers means there is no risk to your warranty when using our data recovery service.
A solid-state drive (SSD) is a term that refers to a storage device that uses integrated circuit assemblies rather than physical spinning disks and movable read-write heads used by conventional hard drives to store data. SSDs are typically more resistant to physical shock and external threats, but they are still vulnerable to data loss as other storage devices.