Oh dear, he’s a post that really does emphasise how dangerous it is for people not to take backups of their data. Backing up your data properly means you’ll never need a data recovery company but of course, not many people do backup their data.
My phone froze so I turned it off to put it back on. But then it wouldn’t come back on. Since then I haven’t been able to access the phone. I have not reset the phone so all my data is on there. I lost my photos which is the main thing I want back. It’s an iPhone 6 and it’s now in recovery mode. Is there a way to get my data back
500GB Seagate drive (Maybe 10 years old). Wouldnt power up (no noise), removed from external caddie and placed into a another one, no luck with any power. has about 250gb data on it mainly photos and videos (family memories 😦 ) Looking for options you think are available to be and cost implications on average.
Seagate external drive – has been working fine with MacBook Pro (as external storage and regular back-ups). Suddenly not showing up when plugged into Mac. Have changed cable with other external drives (which work and show-up in finder). Drive does not make any odd sounds and operation light illuminated.
Hospital doctor. Research laptop which is a Dell laptop with 1 tb hard drive used for analysing imaging data with a software called PMI. Recently computer unable to turn on, with black screen and error message. Not able to boot up.
We took computer to the hospital (LGI) IT service who said the operating system was corrupted and the hard drive had a partitioning problem. They tried to sort this however we are still unable to retrieve all files as all my imaging raw data is not available currently. They unfortunately then encrypted the laptop without our consent my mistake and I am in the process of re-doing this and unencrypting this. Once I have done this I was hoping to seek your advice on whether you can try to extract the data I need from the laptop which currently appears lost. The data is all anonymised imaging data that we have spent >100 hours analysing and shamefully we did not back most of this up hence why we are so desperate to retrieve this.
Drive was from inside an enclosure, enclosure was dropped, drive wont stay spinning
spins for 10 seconds upon connection, then powers back down
I have a WD external hardrive with model number
Bought approx 8 years ago. It has suddenly stopped working in that it is no longer recognised by my PC. I have plugged it into my laptop and the issue remains the same.
Took it to a phone / laptop repair place at top of Church Street – they said it was beyond repair and they couldn’t retrieve the data but would like a second opinion if possible. I understand if the files can be copied from it onto a new device I’d have to supply this.
Please let me know if this is something you could have a look at ?