In this post we look at SSD hard drive recovery services, using a customer enquiry as a question.
“My laptop recently stopped working, I think it was something due to a little bit of beer being dropped onto the keyboard of my MacBook Pro. I took it into repair at PC world as I was insured however they have been unable to rescue the data. Instead they have returned the SSD drive to me. I was wandering.. there doesn’t seem to be any physical damage to the SSD and I have lots of important university work which I wish to retrieve. Can you advise me further as to the likelihood of my data being rescued. I have been recommended using an SSD recovery service like http://www.dataclinic.co.uk/ssd-data-recovery/ and wonder if you have any idea to how much this is likely to cost?”
The Data Clinic service you describe above is a good one. The company have been operating for some time and have built up quite a reputation as experts in data recovery. I don’t know their exact prices but you can expect to pay around £500 for their data recovery services.
Companies like Data Clinic don’t repair hard drives – instead they retrieve the data from them and put it on something else, such as another hard drive or memory stick. I know that they are a UK wide company with branches in most of the larger UK cities such as Liverpool, London and Glasgow.