Preston Data Recovery Services.

CDR – Manchester Data Recovery Services – receives many data recovery jobs from Preston and the surrounding areas of Leyland, Chorley, Kirkland and Blackburn.

CDR offers a professional data recovery service to home and business alike. We recover data from hard disk drives (HDDs), solid state disks (SSDs), memory sticks & cards, RAID arrays, servers and NAS devices. Recovery of data from all operating systems is possible including Windows, Apple Mac, Unix, Linux and also virtual file systems (e.g. VMFS).

Cheadle DATA Recovery Ltd guarantees:

– Fixed priced quotations.

– No diagnosis fee.

– If it is not possible to recover your data there is no fee.

– No hidden charges (e.g. for data storage or per gigabyte recovery).
If you live in Preston or the surrounding area then you are more than welcome to send your media in for free analysis and a no obligation quote. Alternatively you are very welcome to visit CDR’s premises in South Manchester and a free whilst-you-wait diagnostic test can be performed on your failed storage device. Once this is complete a fixed price quotation shall be given for the recovery of your data.

You can contact CDR on 0161 408 4857 to start the data recovery process.

Solid State Drives (SSD) have been hailed as the replacement for Hard Disk Drives (HDD). However, the cost per GB of storage for SSD storage is significantly higher than that of HDD. As such HDDs are still widely used as a storage media. Cheadle Data Recovery has received failed SSD media, like the 256GB OCZ Vertex Series drive or the Intel 510 Elmcrest 120GB drive. Such SSD media have failures which are similar to those found in memory cards and usb memory sticks which many people are familiar with. Such failures can include a failed controller chip or unreadable blocks, or file system corruption. Cheadle Data Recovery has the facilities to recover data from solid state drives and other Flash NAND storage devices. Please contact us to discuss the recovery options for such devices.

As an end user the thought of serious damage to your hard drive can be daunting and in some cases frightening. The loss of data can mean vital work is lost and your computer may be damaged without you even knowing it. You should not attempt data recovery for yourself. To do can lead to irreversible damage and complete data loss.