Data Recovery Service

 

We offer a complete data recovery service from initial quotation to returning your precious data. While the initial fault may vary, we aim to give the best no obligation all in one quote without any unexpected costs.

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​What To Expect

Online Quotes

Before we send a quote we make sure we have enough information to give the best assessment so you’re not faced with unexpected costs.

Free Assessment

As soon as we receive your device we carry out a free initial diagnostic to ensure the quote given is correct. This is all done as part of our service.

No Recovery No Fee

So long as your device has not been opened, contaminated and is not encrypted, we can offer you a No Recovery-No Fee service. Click to read about our No Recovery No Fee policy.

Collection And Delivery

We can collect and deliver your device from any UK mainland address, normally the same day (although getting in touch before noon can avoid disappointment). This is included in the quotation we send.

File Listing

See your data before you part with your money with our file list viewer application. This shows each and every file and folder that we have been able to retrieve from your device as well as letting you know if any files are corrupt or damaged.

Returning Your Data

Up to 20GB we can return your data online, over and above this a hard drive will be required for return of your data.

​Types Of Drive Failure

Whether you have dropped your hard drive or it has started to make unusual noises, TRC Data Recovery Ltd can help you to recover your lost files.

We specialize in the recovery of data from hard disks that have failed through any number of underlying issues. Whatever the underlying fault is, our engineers can resurrect all brands, shapes and sizes of spinning platter hard disk drives. We commonly recover data for clients who have experienced the following drive failures:

 

  • Drives that make clicking, ticking or unusual noises
  • Dropped or physically damaged devices
  • Drives with electronic faults
  • Virus attacks
  • Error messages on start-up
  • Water and flood damaged HDDs
  • Deleted files, formatted drives or operating system reinstalls

 

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