Flash Memory & USB Pen Drive Recovery
Flash memory is found in many different devices that we all use every day. The issues surrounding the recovery from these devices increases in difficultly as manufacturers make their Flash Memory cheaper, faster and with bigger capacities.
Flash Memory is found in many devices.
- Digital Cameras - SD, Compact Flash, XD, Memory Stick, Plus Many More
- Digital Camcorders - SD, Compact Flash, Memory Stick, SxS, Plus Many More
- Mobile Telephones - iPhone, Blackberry, Palm Device, Smart Phone
- Mobile Storage - USB Pen Drive
At R3 Data Recovery we have the ability to recover your precious data from many different scenarios. We are one of the few labs in the UK that can remove your storage chip and recover your data when your Flash Memory has completely failed.
There are many ways your Flash Memory can fail.
- Physical - Bent, Snapped or Damaged Connectors
- Logical - Deleted Data or Formatted Flash Memory
- Electronic - Power Surges, Device Not Recognised
- Bad Luck - Just Stopped Working, Dropped In Toilet, Chewed By a Dog, etc
It is so important that you contact us so we can help diagnose the best and cheapest way forward. If you try to recover the data yourself you may cause further damage depending on the issue, which is why it is important you contact us as early as possible.
We provide outstanding customer support and continually update you as to the current status of your recovery.
We are not a reseller; you will talk to the technician who is performing your recovery!
The hard drive failed on my MacBook Pro. Applestore advised they couldn’t recover the data when they fixed the laptop, and that the data would be lost (including my photos that had not been backed up). I described the issue with R3 by phone, and they were confident they could recover the data and confirmed the cost. It took just 16 hours from registering with R3 that I wanted them to look at the failed drive, to being notified what data had been recovered. I was kept informed of progress throughout, and all my files were recovered.