Do not handle your device

Call us and start to recover your data:

Contact us and we will guide you step by step
with the most suitable solution for you.

(0)20 7108 6218

Because each case is different, as fast as you need

Call us and start to recover your data:
(0)20 7108 6218

Standard Service.

Urgent Service.

24/7 Service.

SSD recovery

1. Request a free quote to recover the data from your solid-state drive (SSD)

Call us and we will provide you with personalised information for recovering your SSD and your preferred timescale. You can also request to have your SSD picked up free of charge, if you wish.
TABLET_PROMOTION_15X15_RUK

Call us. We can help you.

(0)20 7108 6218

Don´t want to wait?

Request collection

SSD Recovery

The data recovery process begins on the acceptance date.

In 85.83%* of cases, the recovery process is complete within six business days.

(*) Information updated with data obtained in the first quarter of 2014. Times calculated in business days once the quote has been accepted by the client.

Your device receives priority status and our staff works on it uninterruptedly during working hours until the data recovery process is complete.

In 100%* of cases, the recovery process is complete within 72 hours.

(*) Information updated with data obtained in the first quarter of 2014. Times calculated in business days once the quote has been accepted by the client.

Absolute priority: we work on your device 24 hours a day, 7 days a week until the data is recovered.

The recovery process is completed as quickly as possible, working even on weekend and holiday evenings.

2. Free collection of your SSD

SSD Recovery. Request free collection of your solid-state drive by calling our customer service number or completing a simple online form.

Request collection

Request collection

Call us. We can help you

(0)20 7108 6218

Request free quote

Request free quote

INSTRUCTIONS FOR PACKING YOUR SOLID-STATE DISK (SSD)

It is important to pack your device properly to minimise the risk of damage while being transported to the laboratory.

  •  Carefully wrap the device in static-free material, bubble wrap, foam or similar.
  • Use a rigid box stuffed with cushioning material that is deep enough to protect the device against possible impacts. Place the device in the box and cover with more stuffing material. Make sure the device is securely positioned inside the box to prevent it from shifting during transport.
  • Close and seal the box and write the request number in a visible location on the box.

3. Recovering the data from your solid-state drive (SSD)

When your solid-state drive (SSD) is received at our laboratory, the first thing we do is diagnose the problem free of charge and provide you with a fixed quote.

Once you accept our quote, our technicians will start work recovering the data from your solid-state drive (SSD).  Once your SSD is stabilised, we will send you a list of the recovered files. Up to this point, you pay nothing!

If you approve the list, we will copy the data recovered from your solid-state drive (SSD) to a new device selected by you when you approved the quote, which will be delivered to you at no additional cost.

Recovering the data from your solid-state drive (SSD)

Solid-State Drives or SSD are devices that use NAND Flash technology for data storage. The name Solid-State Drive refers to the fact that these devices have no moving components, making them much more resistant to blows and falls compared to conventional hard drives and thus reducing the risk of data loss. The disadvantage of this type of memory is that the number of times that data can be written and read is limited and if that number is exceeded there can be permanent loss of the information stored on them.

In addition to the absence of moving parts, these disks are composed of small elements, making them smaller and lighter than traditional hard drives.

Another advantage of Solid State Drives is that they use less electricity, are quieter and offer high reading speeds. These qualities make SSD particularly suitable for use in portable equipment.

The biggest disadvantage of Solid-State Drives currently compared to conventional hard drives is their high cost.

The project titled “RDDES: Experimental Development Project for the obtainment of a prototype for a data recovery platform for Solid-State Devices (SSDs)”, project number TSI-020100-2011-58, is co-financed by the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism as part of the 2008-2011 National Plan for Scientific Research, Development and Technological Innovation.

Plan Avanza2. Recuperacion de datos