Waltham Forest, Kensington, Hammersmith, Lombard Street Data Recovery London

london boroughs data recoveryMotorola Nexus 6 Recovery

I have a Motorola nexus 6 motherboard and hard drive (the rest is broken due to DIY repair attempt). Nexus phone is damaged. no display. not starting. The screen in phone has stopped working. I need to recover my photos.
Will you be able to recover the data directly from the hard drive? How much will you charge? Can you collect from Hammersmith London?

Recover Files from Toshiba X300 Hard Drive

Toshiba X300 4TB HDD. I need the connect pins PCB. I can send a photo or call in at your Lombard St London office with the damaged one tomorrow?

Waltham Forest Data Recovery

My elderly MacBook has become stuck in a bootloop, I’ve tried loading it up into recovery and safe modes but with no such luck. I was due to replace it so I am just looking for full data recover and am in the Waltham Forest area of London
Is this something you can do and what would be the charge?

WD My Passport Data Retrieval

My WD My Passport has accidentally been formatted. would it be possible to recover the data on it as there are image files I need on it? Also have you an idea of how much it would cost-general ball park figure. I’m in Barnet in London but can catch the underground into London and onto Bank tube station for data recovery.

SATA Files needed

I have a SATA 2.5 hard disk which was in my toshiba laptop when it was dropped. It then began to malfunction, an engineer has been out and replaced the hard drive and set up the laptop again but was unable to retrieve the files from the hard disk. I was wondering if you could give me a quote for how much this might cost? I’m located in Kensington

Seagate hard drive 1TB will not mount or be discovered on Mac or Windows machine. Powers up and sounds okay.

Samsung m3 portable hard drive. Registers on the computer as being plugged in but can’t be accessed. Can it be fixed in London?

Formatted and overwritten SSD after everything saved to One Drive, One Drive then lost the file, Microsoft not interested

I opened the case to the hard drive and replaced hard disk with another and i cant make it work and now over time i don’t remember which disk actually goes to it.

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Macbook Pro Data Recovery

Apple Macbook ProI have a 2011 Apple MacBook Pro (model no. A1286)
For a few months the base of the laptop had been overheating. Then the fan started to make loud whirring noises. Last week when I switched on the laptop all I received was the Apple chime noise and a blank white screen.
I made an appointment at an Apple store Genius Bar where they told me that both the logic board and hard drive are damaged. They can replace these components but are unable to retrieve the data from the damaged hard drive and have advised me to contact data retrieval specialists with regards to this.
I wonder if there is any chance that that data can be retrieved and how much is it likely to cost?

With these questions I initiated an internet search. For those of you who have never searched for anything like this before, I can tell you that there is a lot of information out there. Some sites I visited were rubbish but there were some gems in the search results. One the best was the Johnny Foreigner blog at http://johnnyforeigner.jimdo.com/ which taught me what I need to know about recovery of data from MacBooks. I must also give an honourable mention to http://thursdaynightblues.com/ web site which accurately and understandably explained to me what data recovery actually is and how it worked.

I’ve recently built up rather a mistrust of the information given at the Genius Bars. I think Apple used to try and make sure the staff who were part of these bars at least received some training in troubleshooting Mac problems, now it just seems these are populated by spotty kids fresh out of high school who know practically nothing about fixing Macs – I wouldn’t trust anything they said about data recovery.

A few enquiries to UK data recovery companies Recover Deleted Data (http://www.recover-deleted-data.co.uk/) and Computer Science Labs (http://computersciencelabs.com/) gave me a cost of between £350 and £600 for a Macbook Pro data recovery service. But don’t take my work for it, shop around and see what prices you come up with.

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