Ontrack performs hard drive data recovery from any make, model, brand or operating system. We have experience with all types of data loss.
For 30 years we have remained the world leader for recovering from all types of data loss. Let the experts at Ontrack help you get your data back.
Hard drive recovery: the Ontrack difference
Here are some examples of media and hard drives that we recover data from every day:
PATA (IDE, EIDE)
Can't see your hard drive listed? Don't worry; Ontrack can recover from any type or brand of hard drive.
Our hard drive data recovery success
What’s your success rate? It’s one of the most common questions a data recovery company will be asked. Unfortunately data recovery is not a regulated industry so there are many interpretations of ‘success rate’ and a huge number of varying claims.
Some companies define ’success’ as the ability to read any amount of data from your failed drive (which may not contain any useful data), and others will exclude unrecoverable cases from their statistics. When it comes to data recovery, every case is unique and while many customers will enjoy a full recovery, some are inevitably unrecoverable.
Ontrack has successfully performed over half a million data recoveries. We base our success purely on recovering the data that’s most important to our customers and have a ‘no data, no fee’ policy. Equipped with first-class facilities and over thirty years’ experience, starting your hard drive data recovery with Ontrack is the best chance for your data.
Start now your recovery
Send us your failed hard drive and receive a free data recovery evaluation report and quote within 24 hours** Free shipping* provided.
From $550 to $1,485*
- Maximum price guarantee
- Recovery: 7-10 business days
- All inclusive pricing
From $880 to $1,760*
- Maximum price guarantee
- Free 4 hour evaluation
- Recovery: 2-3 business day
From $2,475 to $4,950*
- Maximum price guarantee
- $550 emergency evaluation
- 24/7 until completion
We can get your data back
Whether it is the nature, severity or circumstance of the data loss, we understand that no two recoveries are the same.
Your dedicated data recovery specialist will work with you to determine the best course of action for your hard drive recovery.
The data recovery process.
From initial consultation to ongoing support, more businesses and consumers choose Ontrack Data Recovery solutions and software in any data loss situation – from simple to the most complex and catastrophic.
Hard drive data recovery services
Trust Ontrack, the global leader in data recovery, to get your lost data back.
Any hard drive
We can recover data from any make or model of hard drive. If your drive is inside a laptop, desktop or RAID, we'll let you know if it can be removed first or if you need to send us the whole system to us.
We can recover from all types of data loss, including deletion, reformatting, electronics failure, physical damage, water or fire damage, viruses, corruption and much more. Whatever your situation, we can help.
After over 30 years of data recovery expertise, we know that data loss doesn't wait for a good time. That's why we offer a range of service levels to help you recover lost data 24/7/365.
If your hard drive is not working or is making clicking or grinding noise, it is experiencing a mechanical failure. This could be due to a head crash or motor failure.
Mechanical failures require a cleanroom environment in order to open the hard drive without causing further data loss. Contact us today to discuss the best recovery options for you.
If your hard drive is working, but you cannot access some or all of your files, then it likely to be experiencing a logical failure. This could be due to a lost partition or accidental reformatting of the drive.
Common logical data loss issues include file deletion, corruption, or file directory damage from a virus or malicious program. If your hard drive is still recognised, you can try using our Ontrack EasyRecovery software to get your data back before sending your device to us.
Signs of hard drive failure
There can be numerous warning signs of a failing hard drive. You may be able to identify them even before you lose your data. These are some of the most common signs:
- Recurring computer freezing or crashing
- Disappearing or inaccessible data
- Hard drive underperforming
- Boot freezing or disk errors
- Abnormal heating or noises.
We recommend taking preventative steps to lower the risk of your hard drive failing initially.
Ensure your hard drive has sufficient ventilation to keep cool and doesn’t accumulate dust. You can do this by keeping your computer in an open area that is regularly cleaned.
Power surges pose a big risk to electrical items. Make sure you use a surge protector and keep your computer or hard drive unplugged when it’s not in use. This will help avoid electrical damage.
Keep your hard drive clean by keeping your files sorted and by running routine cleaning and defragmenting programs.
Tips for increasing data recovery success
Turn off the power. Clicking or grinding noises indicate that the drive might have crashed. This can cause permanent, unrecoverable damage to your files if the drive continues to run.
Deleted or reformatted
Whether it was an accidental delete, reformat or if your files have gone missing, our DIY data recovery software could help. Download a free trial of the software for a list of recoverable files. If your files can be found, simply purchase the full licence to download the data.
What do you do when your hard drive isn't detected?
Sometimes data storage devices, hard drives, memory cards or USB sticks are not recognised by the operating system, making it impossible to access professional or personal data.
Here is some essential advice about what to do when a drive is not recognised.
Start your data recovery now with a free consultation.
Contact our team of experts. Ontrack accommodates everyone – from the largest government or enterprise organisation to an individual who may have lost their digital photos and everyone in between.
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