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Data Recovery Services Los Angeles

Data Recovery Services by offers an affordable choice for your home or business in Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Venice, Culver City, Brentwood and West Los Angeles. We can help to reduce the costs of restoring your critical data doing a diagnostic and detecting if your hard drive recovery needs the service of a "clean room" or not.

We are as interested as you are in a simpler, and less expensive solution.


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Let us create a Disaster Recovery Plan for you!

Do you already have have a "plan B" for your personal or business data?. We all have to learn this unpleasant TRUTH: Every hard drive, no matter how good it has performed before, has a limited life time. So, get ready and prepare yourself for the worst case backing up your data. If you need permanent access to your critical data and your personal or business activity demands from you great mobility and traveling, then the best method is to create an online secured backup system. If you don't like the idea about storing your data online, then, we will guide you through an effective and affordable recovery method that will keep your data and your system files on and running.

Data recovery pricing vary based on the size of the drive, failure specifics, file system are just a few other factors. In the case of RAID configurations several thousands of dollars can be the price and estimates have to undergo a very unique and particular analysis every time.

Hard drive data recovery is supported for the following manufacturers: Seagate,Toshiba ,Western Digital, Maxtor, Hitachi, Quantum, Fujitsu, Samsung, ony, iOmega, NEC, Conner, Tandon possible on nearly every type of computer system. Our Disk Doctors data recovery lab technicians and engineers are a highly skilled team trained and experienced in the latest state-of-the-art data recovery techniques with years of successful hard drive recovery experience behind them on almost every type of file system and computer system.

Laptop Data Recovery: Growing popularity on Laptops is based on their portability but at the same time they are exposed to exterior and motion factors. They are far more vulnerable to crashes than desktops computers and their content is also in most cases a very valuable one. have become popular device for personal computing and their usage is growing at a rapid rate because of their portability, which happens to be their main advantage, however laptops are subjected to a lot of various conditions and abuse. Supported hard drive brands are Dell, Apple / Mac / iBook, Compaq / HP, IBM / Lenevo, Toshiba, Acer, Sony, Panasonic, Sharp, AST, Fujitsu.

RAID Recovery most frequent cases are: RAID controller failure, RAID configuration lost, Accidental reconfiguration, Accidental reinitialization of the RAID array, Multiple drives failure, Missing RAID partitions, Reformatted RAID partitions, Virus Damage. RAID array recovery fees start at $1500. Pricing will depend upon the number of disks in the array, the RAID array type, individual disk size, number of failed disks in the array, along with many other variables that factor in while determining the cost to recover a failed RAID array system.

USB Drive Data recovery: Virus Attacks, Manufacturing defects, Unable to mount or execute dat, Mishandling of the USB drive due to shock or dropping, Human Errors comprising accidental deletion of data, Corrupt data and Natural Disaster cases are supported

A Disaster Recovery Plan is a Necessity, Not an Option

Preparing for disaster events is as important as planning growing strategies for your business. The right plan addressees a company’s specific weaknesses, along with the most practical ways to address them. One hopes disasters won’t happen, but the plan is still likely to be used at some point. A fire or natural disaster is only one type of risk (3% of data losses). Other risks are even greater: theft (6%), computer virus (6%), hard drive failure (22%), other hardware failure (19%), human error (22%), and software malfunction (22%).