California Data recovery in California for Californiaans since 1998...Which of these are you experiencing?
- You dropped your external hard drive.
- Your portable device (laptop, tablet, smart phone, hard drive, flash drive died.
- You can't access files on your computer.
- Your laptop won't boot.
- You've lost pictures, files or important business documents you want back.
We're ADR Data Recovery, the data recovery people in California you can trust. We've been successfully recovering important business documents, lost pictures and files for Californians since 1998...
So, if your computer won't boot, your external hard drive was dropped or your mobile device like smart phone, tablet, laptop or flash drive just gave up the ghost, you can be sure we've recovered data from this type of situation before. Odds are in your favor that we can recover your data and save your files too!
Chances are you're trying to find a company near you that you can trust...It's quite possible you've never experienced a serious data loss situation like this before so you don't know what to do, where to go or who you can trust. If you've made any calls, you are probably more confused than when you started because nobody has given you a straight answer. They give you a huge price range like $500 to $1800 or more without explaining why such a big gap. They engage in scare tactics to intimidate you into making an instant decision. They push you to bring your device to their "local" office for a free evaluation or diagnosis. In fact, you've probably been told things like "We're the best", "We are the industry leaders", "If we can recover it no one can", " We have the highest success rate in the industry", "We're local". Because of all that, you see red flags everywhere. You might be thinking: How can they all be the best, all be the industry leader, or have the highest success rate. How can anyone say if we can't do it no one can when there are so many, and how can they all be local but I bet you have never seen one?
Data recovery in California since 1998...Because we've been in this industry since 1998, we've seen "data recovery companies" use all kinds of sales tactics that confuse and intimidate people. Because serious data loss is a once-in-a-lifetime event for most people, you have no idea what to expect. You don't know what questions to ask or what the recovery process entails. That makes finding and choosing a data recovery company an extremely difficult task. Because of that we focus on being transparent. We listen to you and help you understand what's going on with your device and explain the recovery processes. It is our job to listen to you so we can diagnose your problem and recommend the best solution for you. We'll help you understand what's going on with your device and give you an accurate price.
Here's what you need to know to make an informed decision...Most computer repair shops, tech friends, large national retail chains and local IT departments are not equipped or trained to recover data from failed hard drives.
In most cases these shops connect your drive to another computer using a USB external hard drive enclosure or USB-to-hard drive adapter and then run software in an attempt to access your files.
The Fact Is: These are the same things you can do yourself, and for less. Perhaps you've already tried without success.
The Biggest Problem Is: These techniques should only be used when your drive is working properly. If it's not, then every time it gets turned on, the surfaces that store your data can get scratched. This makes it more difficult and more expensive to recover and may lead to permanent data loss.
Finally, These 7 Questions Will Help You Choose a Trustworthy Company To Recover Your Files...It is important for you to ask these questions if you are looking for a local data recovery service because most data recovery companies want you to believe they are local when in fact they're not.
If you're like most people, this is probably the first time you have been faced with a serious data loss situation. You don't know what to do, where to go or which questions to ask.
Losing your pictures, QuickBooks files, SQL database or any other data puts you in crises mode. It feels like you've lost everything. Because of that and the fact that for most people, getting data recovered from a failed storage device is a once-in-a-lifetime event, you are vulnerable to less-than-truthful practices that this industry engages in. That makes finding and choosing a trustworthy data recovery company a very difficult task.
We encourage you to call several companies and ask these key questions so you can avoid being deceived and to help you make an informed decision about choosing a company to recover your data...
Ask these questions to help you choose a data recovery service provider you can trust...
1) Where do I take my drive to start the recovery process?
2) Do you have a cleanroom technician and employees in that location?
3) Can I see your cleanroom when I bring my drive?
4) Can I talk to the engineer during the recovery process?
5) What do you charge if you only recover part of my data?
6) Is a new drive or device included in the recovery price?
7) Will my data be recovered at the location I'm dropping my hard drive or storage device off at?
The answers to those questions will reveal the fact that most data recovery companies are using virtual offices and drop and ship locations to make you believe they're local...
We do not use fake (virtual) business addresses like many other data recovery companies who claim to perform local data recovery in most major cities across the U.S. There are no data recovery services or staff at a virtual office. The address is real, but no physical space is allocated to a virtual office. It's a deception.
Companies who use virtual addresses just want you to think they perform recoveries locally so they can get your business. However, as soon as your hard drive is dropped off (handed over to the lobby receptionist), it is shipped by the building's staff to an office or lab elsewhere. This is a very deceptive practice, common in the data recovery industry. It is legal but not ethical, of course. Google the address you're considering taking your hard drive to, and if you find other businesses using the same address and suite number, you can bet that your drive will be shipped out of state and that your data will not be recovered at the location where you dropped it off.
Why more companies and individuals who need data recovery in California, choose ADR...
- Local Service: In most cases, our data recovery locations in California recover your data locally.
- FREE Diagnosis and Exact Price! Get an exact price before committing to recovery after free diagnosis is complete.
- All Hard Drives & RAID: Laptop, desktop, external hard drives, RAID's and VMware.
- All Flash and USB Drives: Flash drives, USB thumb drives, camera cards.
- Fast Recovery Times: Most recoveries take 5 to 7 days. 3 to 4 day and 24/7 1 to 3 day emergency service is available.
- Onsite Service: For emergency and time-critical RAID and server failures.
- 100% Confidential and HIPPA Compliant: We do not display or advertise our clients to protect your privacy.
- Flexible Payment Options: Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, wires, PO's and monthly payment plans.
- No Risk Guarantee: If we are don't recover the critical files you need there's no charge!
Recovering data for California individuals and businesses! From mission critical SQL databases, servers and RAID arrays to personal documents, files, pictures and family photos, our total commitment to cutting edge R&D and state-of-the-art equipment means that you get the highest chance of getting ALL your data back. California data recovery service centers retrieve data from laptop, desktop, USB, RAID, SSD, SAS, SATA, SCSI and external hard drives, thumb drives, flash drives, sandisk cards, all digital camera cards, optical discs, tapes, cell phones, PDA's and other data storage devices and media.