Datarecovery is utilized either when a hard drive or other storage device/array has crashed either due to a software error or a hardware blunder. Both can be terrible as the effective result's that you can not access your information. A software boo boo could scramble your info or make it unreadable and unrecoverable, or it’s possible that some software could help you recover it.
Physical data loss is harder, if your hard drive crashes and the platters which hold the info have been damaged, that's physical loss which can not be corrected. You might possibly be able to recover all the legible information, but some files/informaton will be lost. Or if you're fortunate and it's a simple motor failure, arm failure, circuit failure, your information could be intact.
In all cases with datarecovery, you might need physical help but if the drive is recognized and working correctly and you just had a crash or need to see what files are on the computer, file recovery is probably what you need.
Historically with other services you are made to package up your whole computer or at least open up the computer case and take away the hard drive, find acceptable packaging and then you pay to ship it to an information recovery lab to receive a guess.
The danger with the standard way besides the inconvenience and much longer turn around time is that your info/hard drive (s)/computer (s) could be lost or damaged in transit. Once your computer/drive finally arrives, you've got to wait to get an estimate. By that time you are so desperate to get your information the company you sent to knows you are probably content to pay any price even if it’s on the high side of the estimate.
With our solution we will be able to actually connect to your system from anywhere internationally so long as you have got a high speed net connection. We also tell you how much we'll charge you before doing the work and you don't have to ship anything anywhere.