Data Recovery Services
About MD5 – Data Recovery
MD5 expertise lies in the ability to recover data from a wide range of primary storage devices which have suffered corruption or physical failure. As a result, allows us to provide expert Digital Forensic Services tailored to the needs of our clientele.
We conduct a FREE* no obligation evaluation on any item you submit, therefore, we will be able to give you an accurate quotation before you decide to proceed.
Our dedicated research and development team are always investigating the latest technology, ensuring our capabilities meet the demand of our clients. As a result to this extensive research, we are able to repair/reconstruct damaged devices and offer unique advanced method procedures.
Types of Recovery Available
Hard Disk Drives and Solid State Drives
Recovery from common faults such as non detection, clicking or a complete disk failure.
Data recovery available on internal & external formats, for a wide variety of connection types including IDE, SATA & USB.
USB Connected Storage
Portability of these devices often results in dropping, washing or crushing. Our data recovery services aim to restore the inaccessible data.
Due to the high capacity of memory cards, storage of digital photographs are a common occurrence, but backs up of these cards are very rare. Unfortunately, if a memory card fails, here at MD5 we would look to recover all the images.
Home and business security has increased with CCTV no longer an expensive option. Should the recording unit fail potentially leaving key footage out of reach; MD5 would aim to recover the recordings as well as offer the option for decoding for viewing on a standard PC.
The current models of mobile phone include just about everything needed digitally; included high resolution cameras, email facilities and other personal information storage.
Damage to mobile devices can happen; MD5 would aim to obtain all the stored data in a process that is both preservative for the data.
Call now on 0800 046 8087
*Free diagnosis is based on the assumption the hard disk drive casing has not been opened. If the device has previously been opened then an open drive fee will be applicable.
Data received, with relief! Thanks for your efficient service and clear communication throughout.Prof Andrew Alpin - DURHAM UNIVERSITY