Server Data Recovery
Imexgro Data Recovery Service
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It is generally accepted that server computing has had a fundamental impact on the way that we do things, every day. For example, almost the entire structure of the Internet is based upon a client–server model. The usage of servers has penetrated every industry, and is becoming fairly prevalent in homes and small businesses too.
When this technology fails, and because we live in a world increasingly dependent upon data/information, the loss of this precious asset can be annoying to downright devastating.
The failure of these systems can wreak havoc within any industry, business, family, or user. Imexgro data recovery service specialises in server data recovery, and can more often than not recover data and restore from system failures.
When such failures strike, it's important to get in touch with Imexgro's server data recovery service as soon as possible, so that we can diagnose the problem. We will then attempt to ascertain and solve the problem as effectively and efficiently as possible. It is best to cease activity when problems arise, as further damage can very easily take place.
We make the recovery of server systems a high priority, and ensure that the data is recovered as soon as possible.
Data Recovery Offered On The Following Server Systems:
unbranded drives and systems
And more... (please feel free to enquire)
Apart from what is listed above, we also consider all server failures and situations, including:
Deleted or lost partitions / files (e.g. e-mails, Outlook PST files etc.).
Accidental formatting of storage media.
Damaged or corrupted data stored on various storage devices.
Data from extensively physically damaged storage devices (e.g. Open drive recovery).
Corrupted Microsoft Office documents and Outlook PST files.
Hardware recoveries: Open drive recoveries.
The drive no longer recognised by the BIOS after rebooting, despite the platters spinning.
Operating system not found / missing operating system.
Inaccessible boot device.
Device won't boot.
Incomplete/partial array rebuilds.
The drive reports bad sectors.
Single and multiple drive failure.
Multiple drive or component failure.
Device not ready.
Device not ready, reading drive "X".
Unable to access drive "X".
Corrupted parity/data drive.
Clicking or grinding sounds, normally associated with electro-mechanical failure.
Primary hard disk failure.
The BIOS recognises the drive but with “rubbish” parameters.
The BIOS recognises the drive but the data is inaccessible.
Improper drive or media replacement.
NTLDR is missing.
Accidental/intentional deleted partition.
Formatted, Fdisked, partially re-loaded hard disk drives.
Media surface damage.
and more not mentioned above... (please feel free to enquire).
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