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Data Recovery

Digital Forensic Experts

Hard drive recovery from damage, corruption or head crashes
If your drive is unresponsive or the data corrupted, our hard drive recovery service can retrieve and repair the files regardless of operating system or format. With a success rates of 97%, you can be sure that your critical files are safe with us.
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Unparalleled RAID recovery knowledge
With our dedicated RAID recovery team and advanced data extraction tools, we recover 97% of RAID data within 48 hours!
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Emergency service
Our engineers are available 24/7/365, so we can immediately respond to get your business up and running as fast as possible. We understand the importance of critical data loss, which is why we will give your data the utmost priority and work through the night!
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Accidental deletion, corrupt files, logical or mechanical failure? We can help!

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RAID, Servers & VM's

We can recover RAID data, VMWare data and rebuild server files from RAID degradation, damaged disks, logical corruption, deletion and re partitions. We have a 97% success rate from RAID.

Solid State Drives ("SSD")

We are specialists in solid state drive recovery and have proprietary tools and specialist knowledge to overcome the technical challenges that are unique to SSD technology.

Hard Drives

If your hard drive is unresponsive or the data corrupted, our hard drive recovery service can retrieve and repair the files regardless of operating system or format.

Removable Media

Using the latest generation software and hardware, our engineers can recover data from flash memory chips, as well as physically damaged USB drives.

Hard Drives don’t last forever and have surprising failure rates. They are mechanical devices with motors. All hard drives share the same basic structure, varying only in how each part is used and the quality of the components themselves. The platters, spindle motor, heads, and head actuator are inside the hard drive, sealed within the chamber called the hard disk assembly (HDA). The HDA should only be opened by data recovery professionals. On the outside of a hard drive is the logic board, bezel, and mounting equipment.

At ESICloud, we understand how important your data is. Whether you’re an international giant like Microsoft or a student who’s deleted her thesis, we are committed to recover your hard drive as quickly and cost effectively as possible.  Last year, we regularly recovered data from hard drives that other data recovery companies said was impossible.

Hard disk drives are precision instruments, so they need to be handled with care. Desktop or server hard drives don’t handle shocks very well. Laptop computer hard drives are built to handle more shock but are still fragile. Putting one down on a table won’t hurt it, but dropping it certainly will. Recognized as a leading data recovery company we perform data recovery from all manufacturers of desktop, server and laptop computer hard drives – whether Windows, AppleMac or Linux/Unix operating systems. We offer a free diagnosis.

Our hard drive data recovery experts with their overwhelming experience, state-of-the-art tools and deep knowledge provide finest and innovative Recovery Solutions for all types of storage media and file systems in case of data loss.We are dedicated to provide you quality recovery services and we have enduring commitments to customer satisfaction. Our top priority is to remedy these unfortunate situations and fully salvage your data quickly, professionally and economically. As an industry leader, our data recovery service is officially approved by all leading hard drive manufacturers, including Fujitsu, Hitachi, IBM, Iomega, Lacie, Maxtor, Samsung, Seagate, Toshiba and Western Digital.

Typical Hard Drive Symptoms


Clicking Noises

Strange clicking sounds coming from your hard drive are normally indicative of a head crash. These noises are caused when the read/write head in the drive reaches the edge of the platter, and data recovery is typically successful as long as the platters are not scratched.

Grinding or Screeching

Grinding and screeching sounds indicate that parts of the hardware – such as the motor or spindle – are failing. Although this results in a time-consuming data recovery process, there is a high chance of saving your precious data with professional data recovery techniques.

Not Recognised by BIOS

While it is difficult to define the cause of your drive not being recognised, it could be due to anything from an issue with power reaching the drive to a blown component on the PCB board to a serious head crash. Make sure your SATA cable is tightly connected, as they can sometimes come loose.

Firmware Issues

The firmware is like the operating system of the hard drive, and without it, the drive wouldn’t even spin. As such, firmware failures can be devastating. Typically, we can simply re-flash the firmware, although we may need to rebuild it from the source code if this fails.

Logical Failure

If the hard drive is recognised by your machine, but you’re unable to perform any read/write tasks, it's likely the file structure is corrupted. In this scenario, the chances of a full data recovery are high, as long as the data hasn’t been overwritten.

Leading Forensic Experts

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